Slippery Roads Slow Hopkins Commutes
The metro is expected to get one to three inches of snow before 11 a.m.
Snow in the Twin Cities snarled Monday morning commutes, causing numerous crashes as drivers headed to work.
Hopkins is under a winter storm warning and is expected to receive one to three inches of snow before 11 a.m. followed by another half an inch in the evening.
The winter weather has turned roads slippery. The Minnesota Department of Transit reported crashes and spinouts on most major thoroughfares.
To see what the roads are like on your route to work, check out Patch’s map of up-to-the-minute road conditions.