Storms & Tornadoes Leave Damage In North-Central Minn.At least two tornadoes, torrential rain and powerful winds damaged homes, caused an evacuation of a nursing home and flooded highways in north-central Minnesota.
Weather Service: 2 Confirmed Tornadoes In Tuesday StormsThe National Weather Service has confirmed there were at least two tornado touchdowns in southeastern Minnesota during Tuesday night's severe weather.
National Weather Service Issues Heat Advisory For FridayGet ready Minnesota. The hottest air of the year so far will be in the Twin Cities on Friday, and humidity is coming with it.
Tornado Confirmed In Southern Minnesota, No DamageMeteorologist Shawn Devinny says multiple trained spotters confirmed the tornado in Faribault County on Sunday night.
NWS Issues Fire Weather Watch For Parts Of Central & Southern MNA fire weather watch has been issued for parts of central and southern Minnesota.
Interstate 35 Reopened In Northern Iowa As Driving Conditions ImproveIowa authorities say Interstate 35 has been reopened in both directions between Ames and Clear Lake, a stretch of more than 80 miles.
Blizzard Warning For Southern Minnesota, Plows Taken Off RoadsBlizzard warnings are out for much of western and southern Minnesota where gusty winds are expected to make travel treacherous. The National Weather Service is posting blizzard warnings for west-central Minnesota into the southwestern and south-central areas of the state through noon Monday.
Good Question: How Do We Measure Snowfall?The official National Weather Service tally for the MSP airport for our February snowstorm is 9.4 inches. But, chances are, if someone stuck a ruler in the snow this morning, they’d find something different.
Storm Brings Metro Biggest Snowfall Totals Of The SeasonSome communities around the Twin Cities woke up Wednesday morning to more than a foot of snow following a night of blizzard-like conditions that brought Minnesota some of the biggest snowfall totals of the season.
Groundhog Day Snowstorm Drops Record Amount On Metro, Southern Minn.Minnesotans are digging out from a powerful storm that dropped a record amount of snow in the Twin Cities and created blizzard-like conditions to the south.
Classes Canceled, Snow Emergencies Declared In Twin CitiesSome students have the day off in Minnesota as a powerful storm approaches the state. The storm is expected to bring blizzard-like conditions to far southern Minnesota through Tuesday night. Wind gusts of up to 40 mph could cause whiteout conditions.
Coming Snowstorm Shouldn’t Disrupt Iowa CaucusesHeavy snow and strong winds are expected to move into Iowa, but likely not until after voters gather for the state's leadoff presidential caucuses. However, possible blizzard conditions could complicate candidates' plans to leave the next day.