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Happening Now (4:30 AM) - Snow is ending across the area, but gusty northwest winds of 25 to 35 mph will lead to some drifting of snow over the portions of northeast Iowa, southeast Minnesota, and north-central Wisconsin that received significant snow yesterday. Many roads are snow-covered and slick. Use caution if you must travel. 

This Afternoon: Be aware that additional scattered snow showers will redevelop later this afternoon. Some of those could provide a brief but very heavy burst of snow that could cause snow-covered roads and additional slippery travel. 

Latest Road Reports: Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin

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This Morning: Sloppy Travel, Drifting Snow

  • What: Snow ending but snow-covered roads and some drifting snow continue with northwest winds of 25-35 mph
  • Where: Worst conditions across northeast IA, southeast MN, and north-central into western WI 
  • Potential Impacts: Hazardous travel continues
  • ACTION: Check road conditions if you must travel
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