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.
Fourth place has never sounded so good when it comes to the snowiest winter. As of midnight Tuesday, the Twin Cities snow total is 85.3 inches, according to airport officials.
Inch by inch, the Twin Cities gets closer to matching the current record for the most snow in a single winter. Do you think they’re excited by that? To hear them tell it, emotions are mixed.
Record snow, record heat, record tornadoes and record low barometric pressure. It’s obvious that 2010 has been an active weather year. So, is there a reason we’re breaking all those records?