Boaters cruised along the river in downtown Chicago. Golfers smacked balls in Minnesota. And an ice-breaking mission on Maine’s Kennebec River was the shortest in recent memory because the Coast Guard found no ice.
If you thought this weekend was nice, hold onto yourselves. The Twin Cities could see record-breaking high temperatures for the next few days.
Subzero temperatures will be making a record-breaking late appearance in Minnesota. The last time Minnesota saw temps below zero this late in the year was more than 120 years ago. Now, doctors have a message of caution: Be prepared.
It’s official. The last week of nice weather marks the longest stretch of temps in the 80s, during the month of October, since 1953.
In the land of giant ice castles, where auto makers test their vehicles against extreme cold and people play hockey year-round, it’s not uncommon to hear some griping about the weather.
Midwest residents woke Tuesday to the whir of fans and air conditioners, the soundtrack to an unusually intense heat wave enveloping most of middle America and slowly spreading eastward.
Another sticky, sweaty summer day was upon us but it could have been worse if it wasn’t for cloud cover.
John Willliams asked listeners to send in photos of the temperatures in their cars on Tuesday! See the gallery here.
Have you forgotten what real heat feels like? You are about to get a reminder.
Last Sunday and Monday we had highs in the chilly 40s.
The bitter cold can take a toll on your body, so it’s good to know the body’s warning signs that let you know it’s time to get inside and warm up.
Our coldest air of the season will arrive early Thursday. We will be brushed by some light flurries early in the day, but the real sting will be the northwest wind blowing 10-20 mph with higher gusts.
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