Dreaming Of A White Christmas? Here's Our ProbabilityNOAA took normal climate factors to determine the probability that there would be at least 1 inch of snow on the ground on Dec. 25.
Overnight Freezing Rain Could Make For Slick Commute In Twin CitiesA storm system overnight will likely bring sleet, freezing rain and even some snow over the Twin Cities, making for slick roads and a slow commute.
Morning Commute Slows Up Over Snow, Winds ComingMetro Transit reported that, as of 8 a.m., about 41 percent of its buses were delayed. The average delay was about 7 minutes.
Overnight Snow Could Impact Monday Morning CommuteAn early heads up to Twin Cities motorists: Your Monday morning commute could be a bit of a mess.
Despite Cold Streak, DNR Says Stay Off The IceIce dusted in snow makes for a beautiful backdrop in Excelsior bay of Lake Minnetonka, but it does not mean it's safe to walk on.
State Patrol: 660+ Crashes As Season's 1st Significant Storm Hits MinnesotaThe first big snowstorm of the season created dangerous travel conditions in the Upper Midwest that caused scores of highway crashes, including one that killed an elderly woman in Minnesota.
Winter Is Coming: Slushy Snow, Possible 'Flash Freeze' In Monday ForecastAfter the recent stretch of unseasonably warm and dry weather, winter looks to hit Minnesota this week.
Minnesota Winters Among America's Fastest Warming, Analysis SaysWinters in Minneapolis-St. Paul have each warmed 6.0° F since 1970, behind only Burlington, Vermont.
Why Does The U.S. Measure Temperature In Fahrenheit?The U.S., Belize, the Bahamas and Cayman Islands are the only countries who still officially use the Fahrenheit system.
Outdoor Workers Welcome Warmer WeatherWhile many of us are hoping for snow, plenty of folks are enjoying the mild conditions, especially those who work outdoors.
Mild November Weather Has Twin Cities In Holiday SpiritWCCO's Kate Raddatz found people getting into the holiday spirit even without cold or snow.
Can You Catch A Cold From The Cold?Can you catch a cold from the cold? We talk with an infectious disease expert to find out.