Light Snow Could Make Tuesday's Evening Commute A Bit MessyLight snow is expected in the metro just in time for the evening commute, but with it being as cold as it is, it could certainly still make a mess of the roads.
Wet, Wintry Mix Could Make For Messy CommuteA wintry mix headed toward the metro area could make the morning commute a bit dicey.
Record High Temp For Twin Cities, But Winter Is Coming ....With temperatures already in the mid-50s Monday morning, it might be the warmest day until spring. However, rain, snow and strong winds will be moving into the state later in the afternoon.
After Chilly Halloween, Flakes Fly In Twin Cities, Central MinnesotaAfter our coldest Halloween in 15 years, several inches of snow fell in central Minnesota and the Twin Cities Metro.
Don't Flake Out, We May See Snow This WeekAnd that's not just in the northern portion of the state. The Twin Cities metro is also in the potential path.
Twin Cities Has Already Exceeded Avg. October RainfallOutside of the Twin Cities, the recent rains have brought 5.75 inches of rain to the St. Cloud area.
Goin' To The Lake: Duluth (Day 2)Matt Brickman and Jason DeRusha are along Lake Superior for this week's Goin' To The Lake stop!
Goin' To The Lake: Duluth (Day 1)ll summer long, we're embracing lake life across Minnesota and western Wisconsin -- but not every lake town is a small town.
Tornado-Warned Storm Rolls Over Southwest MetroAfter a round of showers and storms pass through Minnesota Tuesday morning, more severe weather is expected later in the evening.
Tornado Warning Issued For Southeastern Minn.Matt Brickman says afternoon storms could bring with them the potential for hail, wind damage and even possible tornadoes.
Severe Storms Track Across Minn. With More Expected TonightStrong storms packing a bunch of lightning are flaring up across western Minnesota Tuesday morning – with more severe storms expected in the late evening.
After Destructive Storms Tuesday, More Expected Wednesday AfternoonA day after western Wisconsin experienced heavy apparent tornado damage that killed one person, more severe storms are expected Wednesday afternoon.

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