The State Patrol is reporting there were over 440 crashes statewide on Saturday. The heaviest snow fell just to the north of St. Cloud, there was a narrow band from St. Cloud to Hinckley that got dumped on with 10-11 inches of snow.
St. Cloud State University's April weather summary has some surprising statistics in it. It seemed by all accounts that April was colder and wetter than normal. But, in fact, its was nearly normal in both temperature and snowfall.
Minnesotans are digging out - again - after another winter storm dumped more than a foot-and-a-half of snow on parts of the state. Madison, in western Minnesota, reports 19 inches of snow. Other snowfall reports include 17 inches in Eden Prairie, 16 inches in Bloomington and 12-and-a-half inches at…
We officially had 3.8 inches of snow in St. Cloud yesterday (Monday). That gave us 15.6 inches of snow for the month of January -- five-inches above normal. And, since December 1st, we've now recorded 36.6 inches of snow here in St. Cloud -- which is 17 1/2 inches above normal.