Winter Storm Orko isn't quite done with us yet.
While only an inch or two of snow fell across Apple Valley and Rosemount, tonight should see more snow and freezing drizzle, for a total accumulation of three to four inches.
It's going to be significantly colder, too, with tonight's lows in the mid-20s and wind gusts of up to 25 mph. The thermometer shoudl dip to about 12 Monday night.
Enough snow has fallen to trigger Rosemount's winter parking restrictions, in effect so that the city’s snowplow drivers can clear streets safely and efficiently. Violators will be subject to fines, towing, and/or impoundment at the vehicle owner’s expense.
Full snowplowing operations began at 2 p.m. Sunday. No parking is allowed on any public street until it is cleared curb-to-curb.
Rosemount residents are also asked to make sure all garbage bins or other structures are at least four feet behind the curb.
According to Apple Valley's website, city officials are continuing to monitor road conditions throughout the day and evening.