MINNEAPOLIS — With a new year comes new rounds of winter weather. Just days into 2023 Minnesota and the Midwest are forecast to be hit by a winter storm that could drop snow rain and ice.
Road crews, airports and airlines are already making plans ahead of the storm. Here's how you can find the latest travel information before leaving home:
KARE 11 Weather: The KARE 11 weather team is always monitoring the conditions and the snow forecast. Check out the latest forecast in our regularly updated weather article, and monitor where the snow is falling now with our live interactive radar map (also embedded below). You can also monitor conditions on your mobile device with the KARE 11 app, where you can sign up for customized weather alerts for where you live.
MnDOT 511 Travel Information: The Minnesota Department of Transportation tracks the latest road conditions with an interactive map on its 511mn.org website. Visitors can also view highway cameras and plow cameras in MnDOT's system for a live peek at the roads.
KARE 11 Traffic: You can also find live traffic conditions for the Twin Cities metro area and across the state of Minnesota on KARE 11's interactive traffic map (also embedded below), which includes information on travel speeds, crashes, and road conditions.
Snow Emergencies: Every community has different rules for plowing roads and street parking following a significant snowfall. Check out the links below to metro area communities that observe snow emergency plowing schedules to find information on the plowing times and parking restrictions.
Airline weather waivers: When major storms threaten to bring significant snowfall, major airlines often issue travel waivers. Check out the latest information from the major airlines in the links below:
MSP International Airport: Whether you're flying out or picking up, before heading to the airport, visit MSP International's website to see if flights are on-time, delayed or even canceled.
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