St. Michael and Albertville areas are the only part of the metro categorized as "difficult driving" by the Minnesota Department of Transportation this morning.
The morning after a winter blizzard dropped more than a foot of snow around St. Michael and Albertville, the morning commute could be slow and dangerous in the area. The conditions are "fair driving" for the rest of the metro.
The unofficial snowfall total recorded by the National Weather Service for the STMA area is 12.7 inches.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation driving conditions map shows Interstate 94 in the St. Michael and Albertville area as "difficult driving," along with Highway 241 in St. Michael. I-94 past Rogers and continuing eastbound is "fair driving," as is much of the rest of the metro.
MnDOT reports stalled vehicles on I-94 eastbound between exit 195, Wright County Road 75, and exit 201 Wright County Road 19, northwest of St. Michael, as of 5:44 a.m.
St. Michael-Albertville Schools will begin two hours late this morning because of the winter storm.
WCCO AM Radio reported this morning that St. Michael to Rogers has one of the worst road delays in the Twin Cities right now.
Check back for more traffic and weather updates, and any possible changes on school start time.
If you spot any crashes, stalls or other incidents in the area, let us know in the comments below!