According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, roads in most of the southern part of the state range from normal condition in the southeast corner to partially covered through most of the I-35 corridor, north to the Twin Cities and south to the Iowa border. As you get to the west of the Mankato area, the roads are reported to be completely covered, which means you really need to slow down heading into those areas and give yourself plenty of extra time to get where you are going.

The Twin Cities area has mostly lightly covered roads, but you still need some caution through there, and if you are heading up north you will find roads that are completely covered yet this morning.

You can check the latest information by dialing 511 from your phone or going to MnDOT's website.