ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) - A powerful late-season winter storm is continuing to dump snow over southeastern Minnesota, making for a difficult drive this Monday.
Authorities are responding to dozens of spin-outs, accidents and roll-overs throughout our region.
There were several crashes reported on Highway-52 and Highway-14. As of mid-morning Monday, MnDOT had most major roads listed as either fair or difficult driving conditions.
KTTC viewer Seth Branter sent in the photo (left) of this rollover on Highway-14.
We're expecting a brief respite later today, with an inch or two of light snow expected before another round of heavier snow is forecast to hit us later this evening and overnight.
And, of course, we'll have the latest forecast-- and how it's affecting us here in Minnesota-- on KTTC NewsCenter at Noon, 5 and 6.
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