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Snow will continue to expand from the midwestern to the northeastern United States into Monday.
Snowfall totals have already exceeded half a foot in some areas, including across southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
As the rate of snow intensifies throughout the event, roads will quickly become slippery and snow-covered, and travel will become increasingly more treacherous.
The snowstorm developed over the northern Plains to end this past week. One to 3 inches of snow was reported across central South Dakota and northern Nebraska as the storm ramped up on Friday night.
As of 10:15 a.m. CST on Sunday, snow is beginning to ramp up in intensity across the Detroit metro area. Four to 8 inches of snow is expected to accumulate across the city before the snow winds down on Monday.
Roadway conditions are treacherous across most of Wisconsin as of 10:10 a.m. CST on Sunday. Large portions of interstates 39, 43, 90 and 94 are snow-covered according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
As of 10:00 a.m. CST on Sunday, the heaviest snow is slowly beginning to wind down around the Minneapolis metro area. Snowfall totals have generally been around 4 to 8 inches from Minneapolis to La Crosse, Wisconsin. The snow covered roads and caused slippery travel throughout the region.
Snow covered roads in Minneapolis early Sunday morning. (Instagram/thetravisstatus)
As of 9:30 a.m. CST on Sunday, over 1,000 arriving and departing flights have been canceled at Chicago O'Hare International Airport due to the snowstorm.
Crews work to clear snow off the tarmac at Chicago O'Hare on Sunday morning. (Instagram/stephenhuffphotography)
As of 8:30 a.m. CST on Sunday, Dec. 11, roads are quickly becoming snow-covered in Michigan as heavy snow moves across the region.