Expert Gives Severe Weather OutlookWeather experts say Minnesota is overdue for a severe tornado.
Minnesota Breaks More Wintery April Records: This Time From The ColdAfter a record-setting snowfall this week, Minnesota is breaking more winter weather records... in the middle of spring.
North Dakota Issues No Travel Advisory In Grand Forks AreaNorth Dakota officials are advising motorists not to travel in the Grand Forks area because of near-zero visibility and icy roads.
Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Metro Sunday-TuesdayThe National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory, starting at midnight Sunday and persisting through Tuesday.
Deadly & Bitter Cold Grips Large Portion Of USBone-chilling cold gripped much of the U.S. as 2018 began, breaking century-old records and leading to several deaths that authorities attributed to exposure to the dangerously low temperatures.
Bundle Up: NWS Predicts Colder, Wetter Than Average Winter In MinnesotaThe National Weather Service says our state stands up to a 50 percent chance for colder than average temperatures for January, February and March.
Twin Cities Sets Rare September Heat RecordFor the third straight day, 90-degree temperatures cooked the Twin Cities.
NWS Data Sheds Light On 8-Confirmed Tornadoes In 1 DayThe National Weather Service has released preliminary data on the eight-confirmed tornadoes that struck central and south-central Minnesota Wednesday.
Heavy Rain Causes Flooding, Mudslides In SE Minn., Western Wis.Several hundred people evacuated their homes early Thursday in the small western Wisconsin community of Arcadia as heavy rain sent a creek over its banks.
NWS: EF1 Tornado Damage Confirmed In Forest Lake AreaThe National Weather Service has confirmed that Wednesday’s storm damage found in the Forest Lake area was associated with a tornado.
Chetek (Wis.) Tornado Upgraded To EF-3The National Weather Service said Tuesday the tornado was upgraded to EF-3, with peak winds of around 140 miles per hour.
Weak Tornadoes Reported In Southeast Minn., Western Wis.The National Weather Service says storms that swept through southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin on Wednesday included three weak tornadoes but caused no injuries.