A powerful winter storm system is creating a heavy wet nightmare for drivers along Interstate 35 in southern Minnesota this evening.
The winter storm warning remains in effect until 10:00 a.m. Thursday morning.
Footage shot on Interstate 35 around the Owatonna, MN area where several inches of heavy wet snow have already fallen and accumulated on the grassy surfaces. The roadways have also cooled off to where they are also becoming covered in snow when it should be the middle of spring.
Clip 01 Shot of main street Owatonna at sunset with the power plant sign and traffic.
Clip 02 Pull back shot of a tight shot of buds on a tree trying to bloom covered in ice and snow then pulls back to show the whole field in the back ground covered in ice and snow.
Clip 03 Tree buds covered in ice and snow
Clip 04 Passing tracking shot of a snow plow on Interstate 35
Clip 05 Long pov shot of a snow plow in front of the camera.
Clip 06 Passing shot of a snow plow
Clip 07 Oncoming passing shot of a snow plow.
Clip 08 Pan shot to the right of tracks in the snow and then the car that slammed into the barbed wire fence along Interstate 35.
Clip 09 Tight shot of the barbed wire on the car then pull back to show the whole car. The barbed wire is holding the car like winter has its grasp on midwest.
Clip 10 Alternate shot of the car with the tracks in the snow where it crashed.
Clip 11 Dash cam after the state patrol showed up. Driver was ok.
Clip 13 Tow truck pulling a car out of the ditch.
Clip 14 State trooper in the snow blocking traffic
Clip 15 – 16 Heavy snow with trees
Clip 17 Snow over an open area with tree's in the background covered in snow.
Clip 18 Statue covered in snow.
Clip 19 POV Drive by shot of a car in the ditch with State Patrol and crews on the scene.
Clip 20 POV Drive by shot of a car in the ditch with crews on the scene.
Clip 21 POV Drive by with a white pickup truck in the ditch.
Clip 22 White Buick in the ditch.
Clip 23 POV Drive by shot of a car in the ditch with crews on the scene.
Clip 24 POV Driving shot in heavy snow.
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