More than 60,000 Xcel energy customers remain without power this morning, and that includes stoplights at some intersections.

Reminder: At intersections where a traffic signal is not working, motorists are to treat the intersection as if it were a 4-way stop.

At some Minneapolis intersections, the city will place traffic control agents out to direct motorists during Monday's morning rush.

On a happier note, MnDOT has completed weekend work at Hwy. 252 andI-694 in Brooklyn Center. The lanes actually opened early and are open for today's rush hour.


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5:40 a.m. update: Ramps from Hwy. 100 carpool lanes to 394 closed

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8:50 a.m. update: Activity on 494, still slow on 169 and Hwy. 100