This Was The Biggest April Snowstorm The Twin Cities Has Ever SeenThe weekend snowstorm set an all-time record in the Twin Cities.
‘This Is Ridiculous’: Even Hockey Fans Fed Up With Wintry WeatherWhether you were driving in it or trudging through it, the historic April blizzard had people at their wits end Sunday in St. Paul - even hockey fans.
MSP Airport Suspends Flight Operations Amid Blizzard WarningThe National Weather Service extended the state's blizzard warning to include the Twin Cities at about 12:30 p.m., in effect until 7 a.m. Sunday.
Twin Cities Inches Close To New April Snow RecordThis April has already seen 20.4 inches of snow. The standing record is 21.8 inches, and by all indications there's still more to come.
I-35 Shut Down In Southern Minnesota Due To Blizzard ConditionsA 15-mile stretch of Interstate 35 in southern Minnesota is closed Monday afternoon due to blizzard conditions making travel dangerous.
Snow, Arctic Cold Moving InWCCO Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak is calling it: we're going to have a white Christmas!
Blizzard Closes I-94 In North DakotaSchools, businesses, government offices and major interstates were closed Tuesday as a December blizzard bore down on North Dakota.
Is Winter Wonderland Just A Weekend Away?The weather outside has been anything but frightful, unless it gives you pause that Minnesota has consistently been 10 to 15 degrees above average for weeks now.
Roads Back Open In SW Minnesota As Blizzard SubsidesRoads are reopening in southwestern Minnesota as strong winds gradually subside. Part of Interstate 90 and several other highways were closed Monday as wind gusts created whiteout conditions in the southwest part of the state.
Blizzard Warning For Southern Minnesota, Plows Taken Off RoadsBlizzard warnings are out for much of western and southern Minnesota where gusty winds are expected to make travel treacherous. The National Weather Service is posting blizzard warnings for west-central Minnesota into the southwestern and south-central areas of the state through noon Monday.
Bitter Blast: Blizzard Warnings, Difficult Travel On Super Bowl SundayAfter Minnesotans awoke Sunday to temperatures in the 30s, a bitter winter blast is expected to sweep over the state just in time for Super Bowl 50.
Minnesotans Clean Up After Groundhog Day BlizzardTuesday's heavy snow fall caused the drive to and from work and school to take a lot longer than normal. Even with the slower driving, there were many accidents. The Minnesota State Patrol says at least 475 vehicles wound up in the ditch. Nearly 563 others were involved in a crash, and more than 50 people were hurt.

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