We kicked off the weekend with brutally-cold conditions. Wind chills Saturday are done right bone chilling, dropping to 50 below in Fosston this morning, -45 in Longville and -25 at MSP Airport. The coldest temperature recorded Saturday morning was -11. Last year’s lowest low was -13, to put that in to perspective. Saturday’s high was -1, which approaches a record set in the 1800s! In the overnight, clouds will increase and light snow will develop later Sunday morning. Wind chill will decrease a bit.
Tuesday night’s snow may be the best thing that could’ve happened to your future Christmas tree. Growing Christmas trees can take a lot of patience and Deb Krueger of Krueger’s Christmas trees knows it well.
Minnesotans are getting a sneak peek at winter. A November storm was moving across the state Tuesday evening, dumping several inches of snow.
Some residents north and west of the Twin Cities metro got an early taste of winter on Sunday with at least measurable snowfall. Sartell was one of the areas that saw some snow, but a lot of it melted once it hit the pavement so other than a few slushy spots, the roads were fine.
If you needed any convincing to get outside today, the forecast for the next few days should be more than enough motivation.
The heavy snow that fell overnight caused the roofs of the enclosures at the Wildcat Sanctuary in Sandstone, Minn., to collapse.
Jeff Stubblefield is photographing the snowy landscape in late March in an attempt to make the best of what Mother Nature is throwing Minnesota.
With the sun blazing high in the sky during the day Sunday, the snow pack became puddles. However, all this Spring-like behavior will have to wait until Mother Nature finishes snowing on Minnesota.
Days after the first big snowfall of the year, the storm has left a lingering problem for some homeowners. Ice dams are already hanging from roofs and overhangs.
He stands 6-foot-4-inches tall and weighs 261 pounds, but 24-year-old D’Aundre Reed is a boy at heart.
Much of the state is bracing for another round of snow. Up to 6 inches of snow may fall across the metro area overnight and into Sunday morning.
For the first time in a while, we’ll be using the term winter again.
At the intersection of Hennepin Avenue and 25th Street in Minneapolis, Craig Arndt and his snow removal crew did something Monday they’ve done very little of this winter- clear sidewalks of snow.
If you think there should be more snow on the ground by now, you’re right.
Earlier this week, winter arrived in North Dakota. Now, it’s Minnesota’s turn. Ready or not, the first measurable snowfall is on its way.