The phrase “Third Winter” has been tossed about a lot, lately. It may be time to start considering the phrase “Fourth Winter.”
After finishing up our biggest April snowstorm in 34 years, record low temperatures have been recorded overnight in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Meanwhile, Friday is looking to be the coldest April 6 in 145 years of weather records.
A spring snowstorm has slowed the morning commute in the Twin Cities and has closed dozens of schools in southern Minnesota.
The first round of snow is mostly over, but another, heavier wave will hit the Twin Cities overnight.
There is still a lot of variability in models, but it looks at is the heaviest snow band will set up over the Minnesota River Valley.
Doctors diagnosed her with bone cancer more than 20 years ago, and now she’s back in the very place that saved her life.
To help prepare 13-year-old Ella for her Make-A-Wish trip to the City of Light, WCCO thought a little crash course in the ways of the French would be helpful.
Monday’s snowstorm brought impressive snowfall totals across central Minnesota where up to a foot of snow or more was recorded.
After a cold day Friday, the temperatures are expected to warm up a bit over the weekend – but rounds of snow are on the way.
While many of us are quick to head for warmer temperatures this time of year, the solace we’re looking for may only be a short car ride away.
Many roads are still in rough shape after the winter storm blasted Minnesota Monday, and travel is not advised in south central Minnesota.
Light snow is expected in the metro just in time for the evening commute, but with it being as cold as it is, it could certainly still make a mess of the roads.
A wintry mix headed toward the metro area could make the morning commute a bit dicey.
After a round of showers and storms pass through Minnesota Tuesday morning, more severe weather is expected later in the evening.
Strong storms packing a bunch of lightning are flaring up across western Minnesota Tuesday morning – with more severe storms expected in the late evening.
A day after western Wisconsin experienced heavy apparent tornado damage that killed one person, more severe storms are expected Wednesday afternoon.
This year marks WCCO’s fourth year participating in “Wishes In Flight,” our drive for airline miles benefiting Make-A-Wish Minnesota. In that time, you’ve helped us raise more than 30 million airline miles, and we’ve met a lot of great kids.
As a kid in Minneapolis’s Nokomis neighborhood, Anthony Lickteig-Carter grew up with the sound of jets flying over his house.
During our last Make-A-Wish miles drive we introduced you to Vikki. A 16 year old from Minneapolis who dreamed of going to Space Camp. Last summer, she got to go on her wish trip, so we caught up with her to hear all about it.
The path of the winter storm shifted further south and has missed most of the Twin Cities, but parts of southern Minnesota and western Minnesota are waking up to some impressive snowfall totals.
After a breezy Thursday that will see temps in the low-40s, a significant winter storm is expected to hit southern Minnesota hard beginning overnight – affecting both the morning and evening commutes.
After a weekend that included temperatures way south of zero degrees, the Twin Cities is expected to experience temperatures in the low-20s.
Just in time for the Tuesday morning commute, there have been various reports of rain, sleet and wet snow around the south and southwest metro. And more is expected for the late afternoon commute.
It’s the beginning of November, but our seven-day forecast looks more like late summer. So, why is our warm November weather so odd?
The first snowflakes of the season fell in Minnesota early on Friday morning. Cold air came in behind the front that brought an inch of rain to the Twin Cities on Thursday night.