Freezing rain conditions continue in much of Minnesota
Much of southern and central Minnesota is under a freezing rain advisory this morning.
The chance of freezing rain before 11 a.m. exists across west central Minnesota, followed by a chance of snow and freezing rains between 11 a.m. and noon Sunday, followed by slight chance of snow in the afternoon.
One to two inches of snow in west central Minnesota is possible by noon Monday.
Period of light freezing rain or drizzle continue across much of southern and central Minnesota this morning. A freezing rain advisory remains in effect through this morning for the Twin Cities, west central Wisconsin and much of southern Minnesota.
Travel remains hazardous across east central Minnesota into west central Wisconsin, wish ice accumulations around one-tenth of an inch reported in some areas.
Numerous accidents have been reported throughout Minnesota, including a fatality accident in Meeker County.
Southern and west central Minnesota can expect periods of light freezing or light snow, although ice accumulations will be minor.
Ice accumulation will make for hazardous travel conditions, including slippery roads and sidewalks.
Temperatures should warm above freezing by noon across east central Minnesota and west central Wisconsin reducing the threat for freezing precipitation.