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Video Footage from the Minnesota/South Dakota border from the Blizzard Warning Area of intense 55MPH winds and blowing & falling snow creating reduced visibility and hazardous travel conditions.
Video footage includes:
1. Blowing snow across the roadway and falling snow.
The blizzard warning continues for southern Minnesota as the high winds are blowing around the snow. Combined with the glare ice on the road surface, travel is not advised.
Clip 1 Snow plow driving past on I35
A blizzard is impacting southern Minnesota and the Interstate 35 Corridor with white out conditions and dangerous travel conditions.
Clip 1 Albert Lea I35 sign in the blizzard
Clip 2 SUV stuck in the ditch
It was a very warm start for the Saint Paul Winter Carnival as the Ice Carving competition started this evening in Rice Park.
The next round of winter weather is moving into Minnesota and impacting the Interstate 94 corridor in Stearns County.
Footage of snow plows, car in the snow, cars off in the ditch and being pulled out of the ditch.
Clip 1 Car in the ditch on Interstate 94
With the temps hovering right around Zero Fahrenheit (symbol °F) and the dusting of snow during the evening rush hour, the snow turned into black ice on the roads.
Clip 1 Pov shot during the daylight hours on Interstate 94
As the cold weather moves in from Canada, the polar temps make their first stop on their way to the Twin Cities in the city of Saint Cloud, MN. Just after noon on Saturday, temps in the city of Saint Cloud were being reported at -2F with a Wind Chill of -21F.
Winter weather moved back into central Minnesota just to the north west of the Twin Cities metro area before the big chill this weekend.
Shot in the area around Big Lake and Monticello MN which are right next to each other but on opposite sides of the Mississippi River.
Footage of the winter storm impacting the Twin Cities metro area during the overnight hours. Footage of snow plows, cars crashed, airplanes de-icing at Minneapolis Saint Paul International Airport and Snow B-Roll.