Clean up is underway in parts of the Midwest after violent and deadly storms killed nearly 40 people in five states including a toddler that was found thrown into a field and later died.
Federal disaster aid is available for state and local governments following last month’s string of severe storms, flooding and tornadoes.
It’s going to be a warm and humid Saturday throughout Minnesota, and we’ve already had some thunderstorms roll through northwestern and north central Minnesota.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for several counties in western, central and eastern Minnesota, including the Twin Cities metro area, until 9 p.m.
If storms do hit tonight, it will make the highly anticipated U2 concert quite interesting.
Humid air has returned, and it will be with us through Saturday night.
Last week’s storms ended Minnesota’s longest stretch of dry weather this summer, and it’s having an impact on Minnesota agriculture.
The band Cheap Trick was playing a concert in Ottawa when the stage collapsed.
Downed power lines, trees in streets and a damaging lighting strike have caused insurance nightmares for some Forest Lake residents.
Sunday night’s storms are responsible for a handful of fires.
Severe thunderstorms caused some major damage across southern and central Minnesota Sunday night.
The weekend storms have devastated a local retreat for parents and families who are facing serious illness or the death of a child.
The Burnett County Sheriff’s Office reported that an 11-year-old girl was killed when a tree fell on her at a campground in Burnett County.
A path of storms hit especially hard north of the metro in Linwood Township Friday, where winds snapped a giant oak at a girls’ camp, and a limb fell on a group of parents.
Thousands of people in the Fargo area remained without electricity on Tuesday after strong storms the night before knocked out power to an estimated 26,000 people in the metro area, along with hundreds more in rural areas.
The National Weather Service issued a slew of tornado warnings as a line of severe storms moved through the northern Twin Cities area.
Many tornado warnings and watches have been issued in parts on Minnesota Tuesday evening.
No, your eyes do not deceive you. This week’s forecast calls for highs in the 80s on Tuesday and Wednesday.
We have a lot of experience with crazy Spring and Summer weather here in Minnesota, but the recent outbreak of storms in the south is truly remarkable. CBS News has a collection of local video from the various storms. Take a look.
A planned boycott of airport security scanners was a bust, but holiday travelers in the western U.S. had to contend with a chaotic mix of snow, sleet and ice.
Some 80 thousand Twin Cities customers of Xcel Energy were without power at the peak of the severe thunderstorms Saturday night.
After heavy thunderstorms pounded parts of Minnesota Saturday afternoon and evening Sunday and Monday will be sunny and pleasant.
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