After documenting the winter storm in Windom, MN the following footage is from around Minnesota while I took the long drive home via Interstate 90 to Interstate 35 to Interstate 94.
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The powerful winter storm that is taking aim on the upper Midwest started unleashing on the drivers in southwestern Minnesota with freezing rain and mist, followed by heavy snow.
Footage show around Windom, MN which is in Cottonwood County just east of Sioux Falls, SD.
Footage shot in the south metro area of the snow impacting the Thanksgiving Day travel. Shots of Snow plows, traffic, snow falling and someone in the ditch with a squad car on the side of the road.
One the northern end of the powerful winter storm that is impacting the upper midwest, the roads were a travel nightmare around Freeborn County and Albert Lea, MN. Numerous crashes have been reported on Interstate 35 and Interstate 90 this afternoon as the snow continues to fall.
A quick burst of snow combined with high winds gusting in the the 40s created hazardous driving conditions with low visibility.
Footage includes shots of blowing snow over roadways, POV driving shots of blowing snow and a drive by of a semi truck in the ditch on Interstate 94.
Short clip of Meteors or Shooting Stars in the sky over Saint Cloud, MN. Video includes some intense Fire Ball Meteors lighting up the sky as they explode while entering the earths atmosphere.
Edited of the raw files from the Aurora Borealis live stream showing the Taurid Meteor Shower from the morning of 11/7/2015. Various clips showing the shooting stars or Fire Balls moving across the sky as the vivid northern lights dance on the horizon.
The earth is being impacted by a G2 Class Geomagnetic Storm this morning and vivid Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights were visible in the along the the northern part of the United States.
Amazing timelapse and real time footage of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights and shooting stars streaking across the sky on the north side of Saint Cloud, MN this morning.
Several inches of snow fell across northern Minnesota in Cass County. Unlike in southern Minnesota, the snow in northern Minnesota is staying around and is not melting on contact with the ground.
The last clips of the snow plows were shot near Fort Ripley, MN and not in Cass County.