Weather Forecasting 101: How Do Meteorologists Do It?Southern Minnesota looks like a winter wonderland, while downtown Minneapolis is dry as a bone.
How Does MnDOT Budget For Minnesota Winters?MnDOT says the average budget for snow and ice treatment is around $90 million per year.
Coming Snowstorm Could Be One Of The Biggest In Twin Cities HistoryEnjoy the April temperatures Wednesday while you can. February is going to come roaring back Friday with a snowstorm that’s expected to dump anywhere from 6 inches to a foot of snow on the Twin Cities metro.
Snow Could Impact Monday Morning CommuteAfter a pretty quiet weekend on the weather front, some snow could make an impact on the Monday morning commute.
Wet, Heavy Snow To Fall On Minnesota TuesdayFollowing a stretch of unusually warm January weather, it’ll start to look a bit more like winter in Minnesota this week as several inches of wet, heavy snow is expected to fall Tuesday.
After Days Of Spring-Like Warmth, Snow Possible TuesdayAfter days of foggy, almost spring-like weather with highs in the 40s, Minnesota looks to see several inches of snow Tuesday.
Freezing Rain, Sloppy Snow Before Big January ThawBefore a January thaw and spring-like temperatures arrive in Minnesota, a storm system will swing up from the Great Plains Monday, bringing a wintry mix to the southern part of the state.
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.
How To Avoid Getting Towed During Snow EmergenciesIt was an hour and-a-half wait Thursday to get to the front of the line at the Minneapolis Impound Lot for drivers who had their cars towed during the snow emergency.
Messy Commutes Mean Steady Business For Body ShopsBetween all the fender benders, spin-outs and head on-collisions, this week’s slick and snowy roads have been causing headaches for Twin Cities drivers.
A Plea From Plow Drivers: Be Patient, Give Us SpaceThe work seems never-ending for Deanna Fritz’s plow business this week.
Another Sluggish, Snowy Start For The Twin Cities Commuters were off to another slow start Wednesday in the Twin Cities, as inches of fresh snow caked already slick roadways, likely contributing to nearly 200 crashes and more than 100 spin-outs.

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