Warm weather is finally here! High temperatures and a sunny sky swept across the state of Minnesota Saturday. Temperatures have been warm this whole week, which gets many thinking that warm weather may finally be here to stay.
Chicken wings have come a long way since their humble beginnings in Buffalo, New York 50 years ago. Fried, tossed in buffalo sauce and dipped in blue cheese, you can’t beat them — but who’s got the best in Minnesota? The wings at Ray J’s American Grill in Woodbury, according to WCCO viewers.
Hot, dry weather is putting stress on pastures across Minnesota.
The late-summer drought is deepening in central Minnesota, according to data released Thursday. The new U.S. Drought Monitor map shows that several counties in central Minnesota are now in a severe drought.
A growing season that began unusually wet and cold in the Midwest is finishing hot and dry, renewing worries of drought and its impact on crops.
The hot weather forecasted for Tuesday will have lots of people looking for some relief. It should be a popular day for lakes, pools and water parks around the Twin Cities. Lake Josephine in Roseville is likely to be a popular spot in Roseville Tuesday as much of the Twin Cities is under a heat advisory from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
When the weather turns warm, Minnesotans love their outdoor barbeques and patios. But when it really turns warm, some of us start to lose our appetites.
Michael Cuddyer’s scruffy beard keeps sprouting more and more gray. It’s becoming quite scratchy, too. The Colorado Rockies outfielder wants so badly to take a razor to the whiskers, but that will just have to wait.
After starting out Saturday with near freezing temps as hail pelted some areas of the Twin Cities, WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey says Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport has reached 68 degrees as of 4 p.m. Saturday, tying a record high.
Just when you thought summer was over, Tuesday’s temperatures jumped to 95 degrees in Minneapolis.
The heat wave is impacting Minnesota’s homeless population. Shelters across the Twin Cities are at full capacity with people looking to cool off.
If anyone was curious what it might feel like to be inside an oven, well today’s high should give you an idea.
Richfield’s parade carried its typical patriotic tones, but with some major warmth added in.
With the thermometer in the 90’s, there are few tougher jobs than fighting a fire. But that’s what firefighters had to do in Shakopee Sunday.
It was the most obvious statement of the day, but it was probably uttered a million times. “It’s hot, really hot,” said Sam Tabomgphet of Minneapolis.