Weather Forecasting 101: How Do Meteorologists Do It?Southern Minnesota looks like a winter wonderland, while downtown Minneapolis is dry as a bone.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Skiing At LutsenThere are a lot of great activities to do when you come to Lutsen any time of year. When you're here in winter, skiing or snowboarding tops the list.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Amelia & Chris, Day 2 In LutsenThe North Shore of Lake Superior, from Duluth all the way up to Canada, is simply one of the best parts of Minnesota.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Amelia & Chris Go To LutsenLake Superior is this week's stop on our road trip around the state and western Wisconsin. Chris Shaffer and Amelia Santaniello are about four hours north of the Twin Cities in Lutsen.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Winona, Day 2Frank and Chris found plenty of things to do in the warm weather about two and a half hours south of the Twin Cities in Winona.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Frank And Chris Head To WinonaThis week, Frank and Chris went straight down Highway 61 to Winona, where the city is celebrating its Winter Carnival this weekend.
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Frank & Chris In Crosslake (Day 2)Frank Vascellaro and Chris Shaffer enjoy their second day in Crosslake for Winterfest!
Goin' To The (Frozen) Lake: Frank, Chris Hit CrosslakeThis week, Frank Vascellaro and Chris Shaffer are heading to northern Minnesota to check out Winterfest in Crosslake.
Flash Flood Warning Issued In Hennepin, Ramsey CountiesThe National Weather Service is issuing a flash flood warning for Hennepin and Ramsey Counties until 11:30 p.m. Wednesday night.
Heavy Rains Cause Twin Cities Flash Flood WarningAs heavy rains roll across Minnesota, the National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for most of the Twin Cities metro area Wednesday night.
Minnesotans Head Outdoors On Record-Setting #Top10WxDayIt's a #Top10WxDay in Minnesota, and that means parks and patios were full of people enjoying the record-setting heat.
Spring Snowstorm To Be Followed By Quick MeltSome Minnesotans are digging out after getting a foot or more of snow in this early spring storm. The average amount of snowfall in March in Minnesota is 10 inches, so this is not uncommon. But some folks in Rochester are not welcoming this snow after a mild winter.