Unseasonably Warm #Top10WxDay Draws Droves Of Minnesotans OutdoorsPlenty of sunshine and near record warmth can only mean one thing in November: WCCO's first Top 10 Weather Day of the fall and winter season.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Pumpkin RecipesHappy Halloween! Did you know that pumpkins aren't just for decoration? Of course you know that. Dara has her Top 5 Pumpkin Recipes this week!
Good Question: Bagging Or Mulching -- Which Is Better For Your Yard?It is the time of year when the leaves keep falling, and we try to keep up. Unfortunately, the fall colors only last for so long before those leaves end up on our lawns. So which is better for your lawn? Bagging your leaves, or mulching them?
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsAlthough we've been enjoying our beautiful fall, some say the best season is just ahead of us: Ski season! We still have awhile before we can hit the slopes, but this weekend you can get in the spirit by checking out one of the events in this week's Working for the Weekend.
Getting Your Home Ready For WinterThe big change in the weather on Monday might have you thinking about getting your house ready for winter.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Apple Salad RecipesIt's apple season but it's not always all about pie or applesauce is it? How about salad! Here are Dara's Top 5 Apple Salad Recipes.
Turkey Growers Prep For Possible Fall Bird Flu OutbreakMinnesota turkey farmers are a little on edge these days as the state's waterfowl start to fly south for the winter. Ducks and other waterfowl are believed to be the primary source of avian influenza. They are carriers of the bug, but are somehow immune to it.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Fall Colors In MinnesotaJust as Mother Nature slowly steals our daylight, she gifts us with the crispness of fall and a colorful treetop palate. Many would argue that the natural beauty that surrounds the Cuyuna Trail System, voted Best of Minnesota, is unsurpassed by any in the state.
MnDOT: Fall Is The Deadliest Time Of Year For PedestriansAs days get shorter and nights longer, motorists and pedestrians need to start looking out for one another.
Finding Minnesota: Fall Leaf Cruises On The St. CroixNow that it is cooling off, we are starting to see more bursts of red, yellow and orange outside. While many people hop in the car to check out the colors along the roads and highways, there is another vantage point from a national scenic riverway that draws thousands of people each fall.
Wander Minnesota: Fall Foliage And FunThe DNR is reporting that fall colors have begun to pop, mostly up north as of this writing. The gorgeous fall foliage season is all too short. Now is the time to plan a little getaway to enjoy them before winter sets in. Here are a few suggestions for lodgings that are open past the summer tourist season.
Frosty Fall Temperatures ArriveSome people in Minnesota and Wisconsin are waking up to the chilly reality of fall temperatures. Readings Wednesday morning were in the 20s in parts of northern Minnesota and 30s in the central region as well as western Wisconsin.