For many, 2011 will be remembered as a year of wild weather. Storms were historic, deadly and costly.
According to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor, much of southern Minnesota is currently experiencing severe drought conditions. Elsewhere across the state, abnormally dry to moderate drought conditions are presently in place including Hennepin County.
University of Minnesota climatologist Mark Seely said it’s a little too early to use the “D” word, but we’ve gone six weeks without a decent rain.
The city of St. Paul is asking residents and businesses to water trees both on public and private property after the city says they are showing signs of “stress.”
For the first time, we learned drought and famine in Somalia have killed 29,000 children under age 5. In fact, this is the worst drought in 60 years, affecting millions of people in four African countries.
After a cool dry spring: the skies opened and haven’t let up. While much of the country is covered in drought conditions, Minnesota has been far wetter than normal. So, which is worse: a summer drought or a soggy summer?
Minnesota is sending a fire crew to help battle wildfires in drought-stricken Texas.
Stevie T. fills in for John and takes a page from the Morning Show. Steve speaks with Star Tribune entertainment and pop culture columnist John Rash about the astounding TV numbers for Thursday night’s NFL […]