Thanksgiving Snow Causes Snarls On Southern Minnesota RoadsThursday's wintry weather caused plenty of problems for drivers heading to and from Thanksgiving dinners. As of 9 p.m. the Minnesota State Patrol reported 139 crashes, including 21 rollovers, and 64 vehicles going off the road.
Expect Snowy, Icy Roads For Parts Of Minn. This ThanksgivingExpect snowy and icy roads this Thanksgiving as the first snow of the season hits the Twin Cities. From southwestern Minnesota to the metro this will primarily be a snow event, with one to three inches possible in spots.
Minnesota Serves Up Snow For ThanksgivingIn addition to turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, Minnesotans may be enjoying some snow this Thanksgiving. While northern and southern Minnesota have already seen measurable snow fall this season, Thursday's storm will be the first measurable snow for the Twin Cities area.
Let It (Man-Made) Snow In BloomingtonThere is talk of snow in the weather. But ever since it started getting cold enough, ski hills have been making it. Hyland Ski and Snowboard Area in Bloomington have been making snow since last week, and the runs are looking good.
Minnesota Might Get Hit By Thanksgiving Day Snow StormShoppers headed out to bag Black Friday deals this week may have to trek through a couple inches of fresh snow.
Southern Minnesota May Get Dusting From Midwest Snow StormOne of the first major snowstorms of the season is expected to hit the Midwest beginning Friday. But this time, it's going to miss Minnesota.
Wild Mountain Opens For The SeasonItching to hit the slopes? Well, thanks to Thursday’s snow, now you can! Wild Mountain in Taylors Falls is opening their slopes Friday.
Good Question: When Do We Usually Get Our First Snow?It's now one week from Thanksgiving and many us have only seen flurries in the air. So, when do we usually get our first snow? Good Question.
Southern Minnesota Bracing For Friday SnowWe've got a definite change in the weather coming all across the state. Strong winds arrived Thursday and brought much colder temperatures to the Twin Cities and across Minnesota. But that's just the beginning.
Goodbye Rain, Hello SnowThe rain has moved on, but snow is falling. As the rainstorms moved out of the state Wednesday night, temperatures dropped. Minnesotans woke up to temperatures below freezing, with flakes falling up north.
Golfers Still Hitting The Green, Halfway Through NovemberThis time last year, Minnesota already under several inches of snow. That unseasonably warm weekend is great for golf courses like Columbia Golf Club, where the parking lot is full and doesn't need to be plowed.
How A 1-Year-Old Weather Story Went Viral, And Sent Minnesotans Into A Snow FrenzyOn Wednesday morning, thousands of Minnesotans logged on to Facebook to some disturbing (or maybe exciting) news: a huge snow storm was headed our way. There was just one problem: The story was from last year.