Roads are greasy and that has traffic moving slower than normal. A handful of crashes and spinouts are not helping things. Here is are some of the latest mishaps tangling traffic.
- Westbound 494 at Hwy. 169 in Bloomington
- Southbound 494 at Hwy. 55 in Plymouth
- Eastbound 694 at Shingle Creek Pkwy. in Brooklyn Center
- Eastbound Crosstown at Penn Avenue in Edina.
- Northbound Cedar Avenue at I-35E in Apple Valley.
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