The calendar says the first day of spring is Wednesday. But at Edinburgh USA in Brooklyn Park, Minn., spring is nowhere in sight.
Temperatures may be on the upswing over the next few days, but other aspects of the weather forecast may flake on your parade.
The bad news is that Tuesday is really, really cold. The good news is that it’s going to get a little bit warmer later this week. The other bad news is that we’re looking to possibly get another fresh dose of snowfall in Minnesota.
The cold weather can be really tough on your car, and it can be hard to wade through all the information about the best ways to keep it running well.
The extreme temperatures and brutal wind chills forced many schools to start late on Friday and some were even closed. But for a lot of us it’s business as usual.
Dangerously cold temperatures have settled into northern areas of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Jason DeRusha replies to your cold weather questions.
You might think activity in a small township in northern Minnesota would come to a standstill when the temperature drops to 42 below zero.
Forecasters say temperatures in Minnesota won’t climb much above zero. The dangerous cold has some school districts canceling classes Tuesday and others delaying start times by two hours.
On cold mornings like this, your car may need a few minutes to warm up before you take off. But be careful how you warm up your car. There are rules on how it should be done legally depending on where you live.
Minnesotans are waking up to the coldest weather in four years Monday morning.
As of Sunday evening, almost the entire state is under a wind-chill warning. Monday, we’ll continue to deal with frigid temperatures and a biting wind – a dangerous combination. So, we looked into three things that will keep you safe these next few days.
City officials said Monday that all ice rinks in Minneapolis are back open. That means kids can get back on the ice for skating and hockey as long as they can handle the cold weather.
WCCO Meteorologist Matt Brickman says that, while the Twin Cities has hardly seen any snow this winter apart from one storm early this month, that should soon change.
Our cold spell is one more incentive for a winter getaway and the nation’s biggest travel agency is seeing an increase in bookings.