4 Things To Know: North Korea's Nuke, MN Driver's Licenses & MoreFrom North Korea's controversial announcement regarding a hydrogen bomb to the state of Minnesota's driver's licenses, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Warmer-Than-Average Temps Disappoint Winter Sports FansA warm start to winter is nice for commuters, and our home heating bills, but it's downright brutal for people who love winter sports.
Warm December Puts U.S. Pond Hockey Championships In PerilOrganizers of the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships may announce some big changes next week to the popular outdoor event. The ice is far from ready on Lake Nokomis with less than a month until the outdoor tournament. The warm December weather has kept the Minneapolis lake from freezing over.
Weather Blog: We're Heading For A Worldwide RecordWhile there are still two weeks left in the year, most of the weather data is already in the books for 2015. What's clear is that it was a very warm year -- not just here in the upper Midwest, but across the entire globe -- and that warmth will likely set some records.
NOAA: Christmas Might Be One Of The Warmest On RecordIf your number one holiday wish this year is to have a white Christmas in Minnesota, you may want to start thinking about a backup wish. According to the maps released Monday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the entire state stands a better than normal chance of experiencing above-normal temperatures between Dec. 22 and Dec. 28.
Good Question: What Is El Nino?Temperatures are forecasted to be well above average all week. And all signs point towards us heading for an El Nino winter. So what exactly is El Nino? Good Question.
Minnetonka Family Vacationing In Mexico Evacuated For Hurricane PatriciaA Minnesota family vacationing in Mexico was forced to evacuate their hotel Friday as Hurricane Patricia headed straight for the resort city of Puerto Vallarta.
NOAA Forecast Shows Mild Winter For MinnesotaFall is just starting, but we're already looking ahead to winter. Forecasters say it may not be as brutally cold as last year. But the NOAA outlook shows a 40 to 60 percent chance of warmer-than-average temperatures during December, January, and February.
Report: This August Was Hottest On RecordThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says last month was the planet's hottest August on record. This was also the hottest summer for planet earth and the hottest first eight months of the year as well.
4 Things To Know: Cuba, Victims In Teague Scandal, Survivor And El NinoFrom Cuba to El Nino, here's a look at the four stories that are at the top of the news for Friday, August 14, 2015.
NOAA: El Niño May Bring Above Normal Winter TempsThere’s a considerable chance El Niño will develop in the coming months, bringing warmer temperatures to our notoriously chilly winters.
Weather Blog: La Nina Is BackLa Nina, which influenced a rash of extreme weather across the globe over the past year, has re-developed and is forecast to strengthen into the upcoming winter.