Winter is nowhere near finished with Minnesota yet, and a new round of snow landed in the state just in time to make the morning commute another one for the aspirin files.
Up until this week, many of you have not dealt with snow and ice on the roads. Saturday night’s snow storm has left much of Minnesota covered in white — which is affecting flights, travel conditions and visibility.
Two U.S. students trapped in the New Zealand wilderness by a snowstorm trekked back out to safety after surviving their nine-day ordeal by rationing their meager supplies of trail mix and warming themselves in hot springs.
A New Brighton neighborhood is now home to a new attraction made strictly out of this week’s snowfall, and people are driving from all over to catch a glimpse.
Brainerd is on track to get the most snow, so the city’s residents ran some last-minute errands Tuesday night.
Beware the ides of just-before-March. A snow storm that dumped nearly a foot of snow on parts of northern Minnesota could be just a taste of what’s ahead this week.
Minnesota has managed to dodge a white, fluffy bullet for most of the winter thus far. But the state’s dry fortune looks to change over the next five days.
A storm that hit Minnesota 20 years ago this weekend is in the record books as one of the state’s most significant weather events.
A funeral is set for a woman and her two young daughters killed in a crash during a winter storm in central Minnesota.
The St. Paul Fire Marshall blames dozens of car fires on the snowstorm this weekend and last December. Apparently, it all has to do with the way you try to get your vehicle out of those snow piles.
The snowstorm caused some rough travel conditions across the metro. The plows are working around the clock to clear the streets but there are still snow covered roads around the Twin Cities.
Layers of dangerous ice and blowing snow closed roads and airports from Texas to Rhode Island on Tuesday as a monster storm began bearing down on the nation and those in its frigid path started to believe it would live up to its hype.
The winter storm that brought sleet, snow and strong winds to Minnesota and western Wisconsin is slowly pulling away.
Severe winds and heavy snowfall have blanketed the Dakotas and Minnesota, causing a massive pileup on Interstate 94 and shutting down buildings and roads just before New Year’s.
Mother Nature is looking at throwing Minnesota another weather punch to end 2010.