Snow Storm Moves East After Blanketing Minn., Central USMinnesota residents slogged through a mid-April storm Sunday that dumped 2 feet (half a meter) of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest, coated roads with ice and battered areas farther south with powerful winds and tornadoes before plowing toward the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S.
Make Like A Penguin: It's The Best Way To Walk On IceThe best way to ensure safety while walking on icy, slippery conditions is to walk like a penguin.
Sloppy Storm To Bring Ice, Wet Snow To Southern MinnesotaThe deadly storms that glazed the Great Plains with ice this weekend are tracking toward southern Minnesota and the Twin Cities metro.
Dangerously Cold Temps Preempt Snow StormDangerously cold temperatures gripped the Upper Midwest in advance of a storm that's expected to bring several inches of snow in coming days, while schools and officials in the Northeast braced for their own blast of wintry weather.
Southern Minn. To Get Slammed By March Snow StormHope you didn't put the shovels in deep storage yet, because a big March snow storm is set to hit mid-day Wednesday. The morning commute should be fine, with precipitation in the area, but nothing too heavy.
More Cars Towed In 2nd Day Of Snow EmergencyThe cars are still arriving at impound lots as the latest snow emergency draws to its close in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Minneapolis reported that 641 vehicles were towed during day two of the three-day snow emergency.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Tow 1,300+ Vehicles In Snow EmergencyHundreds of Twin Cities drivers are ending the year with a little less money in their pockets. Minneapolis officials say 670 vehicles were towed in Minneapolis alone after Tuesday night's snow emergency, while St. Paul towed over 700. Minneapolis and St. Paul combined issued thousands of parking citations.
More Than 240 Crashes Reported Following Winter StormWhile Tuesday's afternoon commute looks to be vastly improved, Minnesota's winter storm resulted in hundreds of crashes so far.
4 Things To Know: Winter Storm Totals, Unrest In Cleveland, Kennedy Center Honors & MoreFrom weather in the north to unrest in the Midwest to Kennedy Center Honors in the east, here is a look at the top four stories from Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015.
Snow Tapers Off After Winter Storm Dumps Over 9 Inches On SW Minn.Ready or not, winter is finally here in Minnesota. Snow fell throughout the night across the state, bringing impressive totals in the southwest. WCCO Weather Watchers reported 9.5 inches in Spring Grove and 8.2 in Alpha by Tuesday morning.
Winter Storm System Hits Metro, Southern MN; Large Snow Totals ExpectedMinnesota is expecting its first major winter storm of the season. A Winter Storm Warning goes into effect 3 p.m. Monday and lasts through Tuesday at noon for central and southern Minnesota, and west central Wisconsin.
Monday Snow Storm Could Dump 6-10 Inches On Southern MinnesotaJust days after a Christmas storm brought snow to Minnesota, another system is moving in ahead of the new year, and it threatens to dump more than half a foot of snow on a large swath of the state.