Winter Warm Up Draws Minnesotans OutdoorsHopefully you got a chance to get outside Saturday, because this weekend kicked off patio season and golf season...in February -- at least for now.
Daily High Temperature Busted In Twin CitiesAll indications pointed to the metro area reaching 60 degrees before the end of the afternoon.
Twin Cities Restaurant Patios Opening Amid Heat WaveA number of restaurants in the Twin Cities are taking advantage of the break from winter weather.
Earliest-Ever Opening For Mpls. Parks and Rec Driving RangesThree different driving ranges -- Columbia, Gross and Hiawatha -- were all open for golfers at 10 a.m. Friday.
Stillwater Ice Castles Closing Due To Mild WeatherOfficials said due to this week's mild weather and more warmth coming to the Twin Cities this weekend, the Stillwater Ice Castles are closing for the season.
Warm Weather Means Winter Water Skiing In Twin CitiesOnly in Minnesota, where if winter isn't your thing, you can hope the warmer temperatures mean it's all downhill from here.
Warm February Temps Flirting With Minnesota RecordsThe warmest temperature recorded on any February day in the Twin Cities was in 1896, when the mercury reached 64 degrees.
Punxsutawney Phil Can't Actually Predict The WeatherIn reality, Phil's prediction is decided ahead of time by the group on Gobbler's Knob.
Storm Brings Mix Of Snow, Rain To Northern, Eastern MinnesotaAfter a quiet weekend, another round of snow is making its way into Minnesota Monday. Northern and central Minnesota are expected to get hit hardest, with totals reaching 3 to 5 inches.
Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Closes Ice Rinks Due To Warm WeatherThat warmer weather is affecting some outdoor activities. Minneapolis Parks & Recreation announced Wednesday that all of the city's outdoor skating rinks are closed.
Officials Warn Driving Conditions Remain Slick Following Ice StormThe storm system that glazed much of Nebraska, Iowa and southern Minnesota with ice has mostly left the states, but officials remain cautious about traveler safety even as dire weather warnings are lifted.
2016 Was 2nd Hottest Year On Record In U.S., NOAA SaysClimate change could likely be a factor in it being the Twin Cities' wettest year on record, Dr. Kevin Trenberth said.