Memorial Day Forecast Calls For Sun, Highs In The 80sWhile the first few days of the holiday weekend brought lots of rain, Memorial Day is shaping up to be mostly sunny in Minnesota.
Good Question: Is Memorial Day Weekend Weather Always Bad?It is hard to trust the weather in Minnesota when planning holiday weekends. Rain and clouds all seem to be lingering right around the corner. In fact, some rain is expected in five of the next six days.
Good Question: Where Has Our Severe Weather Gone?Parts of Minnesota saw the first tornado warnings of the season on Wednesday, but they're happening less often than in years past.
Tornado Warnings In Central MinnesotaTornado warnings have been issued for Todd and Stearns counties in central Minnesota Wednesday afternoon.
A Rainy, Stormy Week AheadFollowing a weekend of sunshine and highs in the 80s, the work week is expected to be rainy, with the possibility of severe storms.
Minnesotans Soak Up The Sun On #Top10WxDayThe temperature reached a high of 79 degrees in the Twin Cities on Saturday. From festivals to fundraisers, the #Top10WxDay helped make outdoor events a success.
Minnesota Anglers Prepare For Chilly Fishing OpenerAnglers can put their rods in the water when the clock strikes 12:01 a.m. on Saturday and fish for walleye.
Air Quality Improves In Minnesota, Fire Risk Still HighMonday's readings from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency showed somewhat improved air quality conditions in the state.
Air Pollution Warning As Wildfire Smoke Moves Through Minn.Many Minnesotans woke up Saturday and wondered: Did all of my neighbors have bonfires last night? WCCO Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says the smokiness you see Saturday morning is partially connected to the Alberta wildfires, and mostly from the Skibo wildfire in Hubbard County in northern Minnesota, just east of Hoyt Lakes.
Hottest Spot In The U.S. Right Now Is In MinnesotaNormally, Minnesota revels in being known as the coldest area in the nation. On Friday, we flipped the script.
Minn. DNR: Wildfire Conditions In The MakingApril had its share of rain, snow and even freezing temperatures. But the extended weather forecast calls for clear skies and warmer temperatures, drying out dead grass that can ignite and burn rapidly.
After A Week Of April Rain, May Is Bringing A Warm-UpAfter enduring rain and below average temperatures day after day, Minnesotans will be treated this week to a warm-up and sunshine.

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