An Alberta Clipper tracked across the Twin Cities during the evening hours of Saturday, January 22, 2022 bringing a very fluff, light snow across the region that ended up adding up to 2-3 inches across the region. Due to the light and fluffy nature of the snow, for a brief period during the evening commute visibility dropped to less than a quarter of a mile. The following video is from across Dakota County on the southern suburbs of the Twin Cities and the impacts the snow brought to the region.
Shots 1-3: Shots of the Minnesota DoT clearing highway 13 going west towards Savage, MN from Burnsville, MN.
Shots 4-7: Reduced visibility on northbound I-35 from Burnsville to Eagan, Minnesota
Shots 8-16 : Various scenes from Buckhill in Burnsville, MN as moderate to at times heavy snow fell creating a very beautiful and picturesque winter scene, and people tubing/enjoying the snow
Shots 17-22 : Scenes from the Burnsville Center and shopping mall as teens drift their cars in the parking lot with the fresh new powder
SID: Will Wight
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