Minnesota is roughly 9 inches of snow away from setting a record of the most snow in one season…we might make it! More snow expected this week. We could experience blizzard-like conditions at times.
The National Weather Service says another strong winter storm is set to hit the region Tuesday morning into Wednesday night. Much of the area could see 3 to 7 inches of snow along with very strong winds gusting to 55 mph. For the latest on the roads call 511 or go to 511mn.org
Here are the top snowiest winters in Twin Cities history, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources:
- 1983-84 is at the number one spot, with 98.6 inches of snow. On April 14, the Twin Cities were hit with 13.6 inches of snow, a shock to those already mentally in spring mode.
- 1981-82 comes in second with 95 inches, it was a snowy couple years there in the early 80’s.
- 1950-51 takes third place with 88.9 inches of snow. Bronze!