Brrr…Overnight Temps Drop To 29 In Northern MinnesotaJust a few weeks after Minnesotans were looking to beat the heat at the Minnesota State Fair, temperatures are now dipping below freezing overnight in some northern Minnesota towns.
How Seriously Should You Take The Farmer’s Almanac Forecast?In Minnesota and Wisconsin, the almanac is forecasting a winter that will be colder than normal.
Weekend Looks To Bring Top 10 Weather Day, Highs Near 50The forecast heading into the weekend calls for rain, highs near 50 and a Top 10 Weather Day.
Heads Up: Snow Could Make For Messy Monday DriveAs cities on the East Coast are digging out of more than two feet of snow, Minnesotans are looking to see flakes fall Monday both during the morning and evening commutes.
Minnesotans Getting Another Dose Of Arctic ColdThanks to El Niño, the winter was off to a relatively mild start. But the National Weather Service says Minnesota is in for dangerously frigid weather this weekend.
Get Ready For Another Bitterly Cold Weekend Enjoy the mild January temperatures while they last. Come Friday, Minnesota will again see the mercury drop, and over the weekend there’s the possibility of wind chills around 40 below.
Monday Snow Storm Could Dump 6-10 Inches On Southern MinnesotaJust days after a Christmas storm brought snow to Minnesota, another system is moving in ahead of the new year, and it threatens to dump more than half a foot of snow on a large swath of the state.
Christmas Day Bringing Late Snow To MinnesotaThe end of Christmas day will bring something many Minnesotans have missed this holiday season: snow.
At Look At This Week’s Unseasonably Warm ForecastMinnesota is starting off December with temperatures that don't bode well for a white Christmas. WCCO-TV meteorologist Matt Brickman says Monday’s highs look to be in the mid-40s, with sunshine and breezes from the southwest. Overnight temperatures will barely dip below freezing.
Snowstorm Could Dump A Half-Foot Of Snow On The Twin CitiesGet your shovels and snowblowers ready. Winter is heading for Minnesota, with the Twin Cities metro looking to get up to a half-foot of wet, heavy snow.
Expect Snowy, Icy Roads For Parts Of Minn. This ThanksgivingExpect snowy and icy roads this Thanksgiving as the first snow of the season hits the Twin Cities. From southwestern Minnesota to the metro this will primarily be a snow event, with one to three inches possible in spots.
Southern Minnesota May Get Dusting From Midwest Snow StormOne of the first major snowstorms of the season is expected to hit the Midwest beginning Friday. But this time, it's going to miss Minnesota.

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