Does An April Snowstorm Affect The Summer Forecast?The Twin Cities are digging out after a weekend storm dumped more than a foot of snow on the metro area.
Twins Cities Could See A Few Inches Of Snow Accumulate Overnight Another shot of snow is headed toward the Twin Cities, and it could leave a couple inches on the ground ahead of the Monday morning commute.
Winter-Like Weather Continues In MinnesotaA spring snowstorm has slowed the morning commute in the Twin Cities and has closed dozens of schools in southern Minnesota.
A Couple Rounds Of Snow To Start The WeekThe first round of snow is mostly over, but another, heavier wave will hit the Twin Cities overnight.
Not A Joke: Storm Could Drop Plowable Snow On The Twin CitiesPlowable snow looks to be headed for the Twin Cities metro. This is not an April Fool’s joke.
Winter Storm Brings Impressive Snowfall Totals To Central Minn.Monday’s snowstorm brought impressive snowfall totals across central Minnesota where up to a foot of snow or more was recorded.
Travel Advisory Issued As Snowstorm Rumbles Over MinnesotaAfter a morning of rain, sleet and thundersnow, Minnesotans are bracing for the brunt of a winter storm that threatens to dump more than six inches of snow on communities across the state.
Winter Storm Warning Issued For Twin Cities MetroFollowing rain – and even thunderstorms – Sunday morning, a storm system is tracking toward Minnesota and could leave some parts of the state with more than six inches of heavy, wet snow by Tuesday.
More Snow Expected Thursday, Over The WeekendMake spring break plans yet? If not, there’ll be time to search for plane tickets while snow falls Thursday and over the weekend.
Rounds Of Snow Expected This Weekend, MondayAfter a cold day Friday, the temperatures are expected to warm up a bit over the weekend – but rounds of snow are on the way.
Winter Storm Slams Southern Minn.; High Winds, Low Visibility OvernightAs all eyes are on the Vikings in Philadelphia, a storm system is headed toward Minnesota, and residents in the southern part of the state could be digging out of a foot of snow by Tuesday morning.
After Sunday’s Snowfall, Another Blast Of Arctic AirHighs on MKL Day won’t likely climb above zero for most of Minnesota. Additionally, the wind chills will be brutal.

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