Solstice Storm Could Bring Significant Snow To The MetroThursday is the winter solstice, and it could bring the season’s first major snowstorm to the Twin Cities metro.
Dreaming Of A White Christmas? Here's Our ProbabilityNOAA took normal climate factors to determine the probability that there would be at least 1 inch of snow on the ground on Dec. 25.
Morning Commute Slows Up Over Snow, Winds ComingMetro Transit reported that, as of 8 a.m., about 41 percent of its buses were delayed. The average delay was about 7 minutes.
Overnight Snow Could Impact Monday Morning CommuteAn early heads up to Twin Cities motorists: Your Monday morning commute could be a bit of a mess.
Winter Is Coming: Slushy Snow, Possible 'Flash Freeze' In Monday ForecastAfter the recent stretch of unseasonably warm and dry weather, winter looks to hit Minnesota this week.
How To Celebrate The Most Wonderful Time Of The YearAfter the parties and family gatherings, keep warm this winter with movie marathons, game nights, bake-offs and more.
Another Round Of Snow As Winter Sets Up Shop HereAccording to WCCO meteorologist Matt Brickman, snow is expected to fall mainly through the middle third of the state Friday.
After Chilly Halloween, Flakes Fly In Twin Cities, Central MinnesotaAfter our coldest Halloween in 15 years, several inches of snow fell in central Minnesota and the Twin Cities Metro.
Get Ready For A Chilly Start To The WeekYou’ll want extra layers at the bus stop Monday morning and under that Halloween costume Tuesday night.
After October Snow, Wild Mountain Opens For Weekend SkiingIf the recent cold weather has you itching to get out on the slopes, Wild Mountain is ready and waiting.
Snow Falls In Twin Cities, MnDOT Hits The RoadsThe Twin Cities has not had snow this week of October since 2009.
Brace For A Slushy Commute In The Twin Cities, Blizzard Conditions Far NorthMinnesotans are bracing for the season’s first snow, which will fall during Friday morning’s commute in the Twin Cities and leave some communities up north with up to eight inches of snow.

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