Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow EmergenciesFollowing Sunday’s snow, Minneapolis has declared its first snow emergency of the season.
After Sunday’s Snowfall, Another Blast Of Arctic AirHighs on MKL Day won’t likely climb above zero for most of Minnesota. Additionally, the wind chills will be brutal.
Expect A Slippery Commute Thursday, Heavy Snow In SE MinnesotaFollowing days of melting and near spring-like temperatures, winter weather looks to return Wednesday night, with a storm system that’ll bring a sheer drop in temperatures and headaches for Twin Cities commuters.
Winter Storm's Heaviest Snow Could Miss The Twin CitiesWhile it’s possible that communities near the Twin Cities could still see a half-foot of snow later this week, it now appears foggy as to exactly where Minnesotans will need to shovel out.
As Southern States Dig Out, Minnesotans Experience Snow DroughtAs Georgians make snow angels and marvel at frozen fountains, there’s a lack of snow across the southern half of Minnesota.
Light Snow Could Make Tuesday's Evening Commute A Bit MessyLight snow is expected in the metro just in time for the evening commute, but with it being as cold as it is, it could certainly still make a mess of the roads.
How Does Snow Make Our Temperatures Colder?We’ve got another blast of arctic air coming just in time for New Year’s Eve, but (if you can believe it) this one looks to be even colder than the frigid temps on Christmas.
Slow, Sloppy Commutes Expected Thursday In The Twin CitiesCommuters in the Twin Cities will want to set out extra early for work Thursday morning as a snow system is expected drop a few inches of fresh accumulation on metro roads.
Christmas Storm Rolling Into Chicago, NortheastChicago airports are reporting minor delays.
Solstice System Falls Apart, Twin Cities May Just Get A DustingSo about that solstice snowstorm that was headed to the Twin Cities…it looks quite a bit weaker now.
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.

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