The wind will make if feel below zero Thursday morning. There will be a secondary cold front dropping south as the day progresses. This is the leading edge of the coldest air yet this season.
With all this talk of a freeze back in the forecast we wondered if this is early and what does it mean for our winter. We found the answers easier to take than Wednesday’s temperatures.
You can feel it starting to cool down out there, and it won’t be long before you’ll need to fire up your furnace.
Our Saturday will feature lots of clouds, and showers at times. It will also be breezy and cool.
It may be cold and damp across much of Minnesota, but authorities are warning that wildfires are still a danger.
Let’s face it, for most Minnesotans the cold weather has been reason to whine a bit — but it hasn’t cost us money.
As of this weekend, the Twin Cities secured the designation for the fourth snowiest year in recorded history.
The fishing season will get off to a late start on certain northeastern Minnesota lakes and streams because of the cold winter.
The Minnesota Twins open their season Friday in Toronto and open their second season at Target Field a week from Friday against Oakland. So, if the weather doesn’t warm up much by then, now fans will be a bit better off than last year.
Many Minnesotans may not like the cold temperatures and the snow we just got, but those who are dealing with flooding love it.
Someone was riding the waves this week in frigid Lake Superior.
A University of North Dakota hockey player who suffered frostbite to toes on his right foot Jan. 31 says he was woefully unprepared for the minus-33 degree wind chill temperatures that evening.
It will be much cooler over the next several days.
If it seems like we’ve been in a deep freeze since time began, and if it seems like it’s been bone-chillingly cold enough to stop time ever since, relief is on the way.
Fire crews have been busy around the Twin Cities the last few, extremely chilly evenings.