Your pick for Minnesota’s best amphitheater is right in the Metro, where things have been known to get a little wild.
WCCO is throwing “Minnesota Nice” out the window and pitting Minneapolis and St. Paul against one another to help children and adults with special needs.
It may not have felt like it with the high wind speeds, but temperatures in the Twin Cities reached 84 degrees Wednesday, breaking a 133-year-old record.
Kiss’s Gene Simmons and his daughter, Sophie Tweed-Simmons, are big supporters of a local nonprofit that provides restorative aid to those in need. Matter is an organization based in St. Louis Park, and they’re throwing a sold-out fundraising gala Friday night.
Usually, WCCO viewers are putting meteorologist Chris Shaffer “On the Spot.” But earlier Thursday evening, he helped a guy put his girlfriend on the spot in a really big way. Luke was watching WCCO’s 6 p.m. weather forecast with his girlfriend, Ally. But this wasn’t just any old forecast. “I was just like ‘Hey look, it’s our picture!’ And she was like ‘Oh, that’s so cool!’ Luke said.
It looks like we will take our first trip below freezing Monday night in Minneapolis. Last year we accomplished that feat on Oct. 7, when we bottomed out at 28 degrees. We are behind schedule, and I’m sure allergy sufferers will rejoice as we spend the next few nights below freezing, killing most vegetation that messes with our noses.
We experienced our second warmest day of the year Thursday with a high of 53. Only Saturday’s high of 56 was warmer.
Our average high for early April is 51 degrees, and that’s why it has felt so cold the past few days.
Monday was the comfortable one with low humidity and temperatures peaking below average in the 70s. Tuesday will be the average one with highs climbing into the low 80s with a southeast wind blowing 10-15 mph.
At times March felt much like April. I guess it is payback time.
We started the work week with beautiful sunshine and a high of 46 degrees in the Twin Cities.
We only picked up 1.9 inches of snow in Minneapolis, but that was enough to make the morning commute Monday an extended one.
I have been talking about our big chill for the past several days. We will feel the coldest air so far this season, and we might even fall below zero for the first time.
We just enjoyed our fourth warmest Thanksgiving on record with a high of 59 degrees, and we had a great follow up act with a high of 54 on Friday.
Minnesota peaked on Wednesday with a new daily record high of 88 degrees in Minneapolis, braking a record that had stood for 132 years.
If you didn’t cover them up or move them inside, your flowers or sensitive veggies could be history.
We started the month with damaging winds, flooding rain and a muggy day as well.
Enjoy the cooler, drier air Wednesday because Mother Nature will open the oven door again by Friday.
Minneapolis picked up 1.35 inches of rain over the past few days.
High pressure will make a brief appearance Wednesday settling the wind down as the day passes and warming us up to an average high of 75 degrees.
The clouds will be with us until Sunday — the rain almost as long. The good news is I don’t see any severe weather in our future.
By Chris Shaffer, WCCO-TV MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Tuesday will be the warmest day of 2011. We have not warmed into the 80s in nearly 7 months, but that is about the change. A warm front […]
Thursday the slow-moving storm system will finally drift off to the east allowing a ridge of high pressure to arrive. That will end the precipitation and allow a clearing sky from west to east as the day progresses.
Yes, we could have some flakes falling to start the day Wednesday. However, it will not mess with your commute as it melts on contact with the warm roads.
As of last weekend, the Twin Cities had suffered the fourth snowiest winter on record. Now, despite threats of snow, it looks like we will stay locked in fourth place.