Cool, Wet May Weather Testing Patience For MinnesotansA loyal base showed up Sunday to cheer on the Minnesota Twins among rain and temperatures in the 40s.
Two-Act Winter Blast Coming: First Snow, Then Bitter ColdA significant snow event is set to crash one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year.
Yup, Still Really ColdThe National Weather Service posted advisories for the Dakotas and Minnesota on Tuesday, with wind chills from 10 to 20 below zero.
Frozen Pants Found Chilling Around Northeast MinneapolisIf you live or spend any time in Northeast Minneapolis, you may have noticed a quirky new trend of outdoor winter art.
After Cold Snap, Ice Castles Set To Open In Eden PrairieAfter the cold arrived in a big way and this weekend, the Ice Castles will open to the public. Now, builders are placing the final touches on the Ice Castles before opening day.
Temperatures Creep Above Zero In Twin CitiesThe temperature has crawled above zero degrees at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The National Weather Service says the airport hit the zero mark around 2 p.m. on Monday, ending around 46 consecutive hours of subzero temperatures since 4 p.m. Saturday.
Twin Cities Runners Not Fazed By Frigid TempsIn Minnesota, the bitter sub-zero cold isn't stopping some who say they enjoy running in the extreme conditions.
Bitter Cold Snap Tough On Cars, Good For MechanicsThe bitter blast is wreaking havoc on Minnesotans and their vehicles. Auto shops are busy with things from basic maintenance to frozen batteries. Mechanics at Bobby and Steve's in Minneapolis said the extreme cold has them working 10 hour shifts, and the wait time to get something as simple as an oil change is five hours.
Good Questions: Warming Up The Car, Wind Chill & State Of The UnionEach Friday, we answer some of our viewers' burning questions. This week, John Lauritsen finds the best way to warm up your car in the winter, some unfamiliar faces at the State of the Union address, and how meteorologists measure wind chill.
Minnesotans Prep For Bitterly Cold WeekendState park employees say they are prepared to show people a good time in the extreme cold, and offered a few tips on how to stay warm while doing it.
Coldest Air Of The Season Set To Ruin Your WeekendDid the comparatively warm air of the last few days lull you into a false sense of security? Well change your plans, bundle up, and hunker down. The coldest temperatures of the season so far are set to arrive this weekend in Minnesota.
Sub-Zero Temps Can't Keep Minnesotans From Enjoying The OutdoorsMany of us Minnesotans try to spend little, if any, time outside while the frigid air hangs around. But even with sub-zero temperatures and wind chill advisories in place again earlier Tuesday, we found the bravest Minnesotans bearing the elements for an outdoor workout.