It’s been an amazing winter for the Apostle Island Ice Caves, but there’s a good reason why they’re closed now. A time lapse of the caves last year shows how nice the ice looks one day but just 24 hours later, most of the ice is gone.
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Monday’s warm weather caused big problems at a church and school in south Minneapolis. Snow dripped through the roof of Trinity First Lutheran on 11th Avenue South and East 19th Street due to ice clogged drains. Water ended up all over the school.
With all the snow we’ve had this winter – and the cold temperatures that have kept it around — it’s possible we could see flooding in parts of the state.
Among our weapons to fight winter is an ingredient that’s also on our kitchen table. Salt gets rid of the slick spots on our driveways and sidewalks. But how does salt melt ice? Good Question.
This year’s end of winter could make a yearly problem much worse than normal. Ice dams could go from bad to worse and cost homeowners thousands of dollars.
Metrodome officials are making sure the heavy snow in downtown Minneapolis doesn’t bring the roof down.
There’s an unusual transformation going on that’s turning guns into a works of art.
Many people are stopping by Lake Orono in Elk River and they’re wondering: What’s that thing sitting on the ice? Turns out the Elk River Chamber of Commerce put a car out on the frozen lake, to raise funds.
If our snow could talk, it would sound like the Wicked Witch of the West.
Our average high temperature in the Twin Cities is now 39 degrees, and it rises a bit every day or two during March.