Major Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snowfall, "Blizzard Conditions"

A powerful storm will continue to impact the region all day Sunday, with snowfall expected to become heavy at times during the day. A winter storm warning is in effect until midnight Sunday.

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A winter storm warning remains in effect until midnight Sunday, Dec. 9, for the Eagan and much of Minnesota.

Forecasters predict as many as 10 inches of snow could fall across the area on Sunday afternoon, with an additional two to four inches of snow possible during the overnight hours. On Monday, the National Weather Service is calling for a high of 11 degrees, with whind chill values between zero and -5 degrees.

Travel is expected to be difficult, with winds increasing in the afternoon and evening. 

"The heavy snow will taper off this evening with a few snow showers expected thereafter," the National Weather Service said in a winter storm warning. "The wind will then increase from the northwest with drifting snow lingering this evening."

Click here to review Eagan's winter parking regulations.

Derrick Williams (Editor) December 10, 2012 at 01:46 AM
On my deck—Loan Oak and Eagandale—we have 11.5 inches and it's still going. What a storm.


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