What Does This Extended Winter Mean For Our Lawns?All of this melting has some of us worried about what we will find underneath.
Snow Storm Moves East After Blanketing Minn., Central USMinnesota residents slogged through a mid-April storm Sunday that dumped 2 feet (half a meter) of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest, coated roads with ice and battered areas farther south with powerful winds and tornadoes before plowing toward the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S.
Snow Days Declared For Minneapolis, St. Paul SchoolsAfter a weekend snowstorm slammed the Twin Cities, students in St. Paul will have a rare April snow day.
Anticipating Weekend Snow, Xcel Energy Increases Staff & Offers TipsAs a major storm heads towards Minnesota with the possibility of causing power outages, Xcel Energy is increasing employees for the weekend and is offering tips to stay safe.
Twins Cities Could See A Few Inches Of Snow Accumulate Overnight Another shot of snow is headed toward the Twin Cities, and it could leave a couple inches on the ground ahead of the Monday morning commute.
Record Low Temps Recorded Overnight; Friday Could Be Coldest April 6 In 145 YearsAfter finishing up our biggest April snowstorm in 34 years, record low temperatures have been recorded overnight in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Meanwhile, Friday is looking to be the coldest April 6 in 145 years of weather records.
Minnesotans Revel In March Snow Storm's AftermathFolks were digging out from several inches of Monday snow across the metro, but that nasty storm made for sounds of joy Tuesday.
Winter Storm Brings Impressive Snowfall Totals To Central Minn.Monday’s snowstorm brought impressive snowfall totals across central Minnesota where up to a foot of snow or more was recorded.
Snowstorm Descends On Minnesota On March 5, 2018
Meteorological Spring Vs. Astronomical Spring: What’s The Difference?Thursday marks the first day of spring. But is it meteorological spring or astronomical spring? Keeping the two straight can be tricky.
Snowy Double Feature Delights Those On The SlopesSkiers and snowboarders at Buck Hill in Burnsville were reveling in the late February snow and sun.
How Does MnDOT Decide Which Chemicals To Use On Roads?When the roads get coated in ice and snow, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has a number of different treatments to use to keep us safe.