It’s that time of year when lots of people are graduating from high school or college and moving on to their next adventure. This week, we’re asking our WCCO Morning Show Team how they got to where they are in their careers today.
The severe weather season is almost here, and this year WCCO will be able to bring you a more detailed forecast than ever before.
Well, there’s always May, right? It looks like another dose of heavy, wet snow is set to blanket much of Minnesota, where residents have been understandably anxious to see any tangible signs of spring weather.
If Jean-Paul Sartre were alive today and living in the Twin Cities, you could bet he’d be working on his final revisions for his new hit play “Snow Exit.”
Winter-weary southern Minnesota woke up to an inch or two of slushy snow as a preview to a heavier spring snowfall forecast to begin Wednesday night.
Schools are closing in southwestern Minnesota as a spring storm moves into the region. KMHL radio says Marshall Public Schools are among those dismissing early as travel conditions deteriorate.
The calendar officially switches over to spring on Wednesday, but the temperatures outside tell a very different tale.
With this week’s warmer temperatures, we’re starting to see some of the stubborn snow and ice that’s piled up turn to slush.
Another round of heavy snow is moving into Minnesota and creating hazardous travel conditions. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for much of the region.
Winter is nowhere near finished with Minnesota yet, and a new round of snow landed in the state just in time to make the morning commute another one for the aspirin files.
The bitter chill in the air earlier this week is set to lift in Minnesota on Thursday, but snow is expected to move into the state late in the evening.
Temperatures may be on the upswing over the next few days, but other aspects of the weather forecast may flake on your parade.
The bad news is that Tuesday is really, really cold. The good news is that it’s going to get a little bit warmer later this week. The other bad news is that we’re looking to possibly get another fresh dose of snowfall in Minnesota.
This morning we’re hearing that a “shock wave,” created by a meteor, caused damage and injuries in Russia last night. So far a few people have asked me: “uhhhhhhhh… what is a shock wave?” No, seriously, they did ask… and just like that.
For the last week or so, the Twin Cities has seen a series of small-dose snowfalls. This weekend might bring a change to that pattern.