Good Question: What Makes A Beautiful Sunrise Or Sunset?If you were up early Wednesday morning, you may have noticed the sky filled with beautiful oranges, purples and reds.
Minnesotans Celebrate First Signs Of Spring For #Top10WxDayAfter a gloomy and damp start to kickoff Spring, things have finally taken a turn.
Tuesday's #Top10WxDay Could Keep Streak Of Above Average Temperatures AliveTuesday has been declared a WCCO #Top10WxDay, and that could help keep a unique streak going.
Allergy Season Hits Early After February Warm Spell Brings PollenUsually, it's still weeks before allergy sufferers begin to feel the effects of tree pollen.
When Earth Heats Up, Mammals Shrink, Study SaysWhen Earth warmed suddenly and naturally about 54 million years ago, three different species shrank noticeably.
East Coast Flights Cancelled At MSP AirportA major winter storm is expected to bring blizzard conditions to where 50 million people live and work.
Metro Sees Largest Snowfall In 3 Months, Southern Minn. Digs OutSnow-covered roadways made travel difficult in parts of Minnesota Monday morning. In the Twin Cities, 3.4 inches was recorded at MSP International, making it the largest total since Dec. 16.
Winter Returns: Storm Dumps 6+ Inches On Southern MinnesotaA Sunday snow storm capped a week filled with weather ranging from spring like temperatures to tornadoes.
Twin Cities Residents Cope With Brutal Winds 3 Straight DaysFor three days now, we've heard the fierce wind howling outside our windows.
Amid Strong Winds, Thousands Without Power In The Twin CitiesThousands of people are without power in the Twin Cities metro Wednesday morning as gusts up to 60 mph lashed southern Minnesota over the last 24 hours, damaging power lines.
Confirmed Tornadoes In Zimmerman, Clarks Grove Leave Wake Of DamageMinnesota may have seen the first tornado of the season, making it also the earliest on record.
Central Minnesota Cleans Up After Storms Cause Major DamageFamilies in central Minnesota are cleaning up after the earliest tornado in state history hit Monday.