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Weather Blog: Arctic Cold And Snow Join Forces

We kicked off the weekend with brutally-cold conditions. Wind chills Saturday are done right bone chilling, dropping to 50 below in Fosston this morning, -45 in Longville and -25 at MSP Airport. The coldest temperature recorded Saturday morning was -11. Last year’s lowest low was -13, to put that in to perspective. Saturday’s high was -1, which approaches a record set in the 1800s! In the overnight, clouds will increase and light snow will develop later Sunday morning. Wind chill will decrease a bit.

12/07/2013

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12-4-13 Snow Coverage In Minnesota On The Morning News With Dave Lee

In case you missed it, click the link to listen back……

12/04/2013

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Snow Totals Could Reach 20 Inches In NE Minnesota

Heavy snowfall has canceled or delayed school in some northeastern Minnesota communities. The National Weather Service says more than a foot of snow has accumulated in Duluth and Two Harbors.

12/03/2013

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Weather Blog: The Big Chill

Our flurries will pass, causing some slowing on the roads. We haven’t had much experience in the snowfall department this year with only 1.1 inches in the Twin Cities. Some south of the Twin Cities could see some minimal accumulation this evening, but the big headline is still focused on the cold air on the way.

11/21/2013

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11-18-13 Weekend Storms In The Midwest On The Morning News With Dave Lee

Rare November tornado’s strike the Midwest on Sunday.

11/18/2013

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Ravens-Bears Game Delayed By Rain, Wind

The Chicago Bears’ game against the Baltimore Ravens is being delayed because of heavy rain and wind. Play was stopped with just under five minutes left in the first quarter with the Ravens leading 10-0 on Sunday.

11/17/2013

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New Twist On Downtown Weather Ball Coming To Nicollet Mall

St. Louis has an arch while San Francisco has its iconic Golden Gate. But for generations of Minnesotans, it was a colored ball perched atop a downtown Minneapolis bank that many remember.

11/14/2013

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Report Warns Of Climate Threat To Minn. Big Game

Climate change threatens the big game animals that call Minnesota home — from moose to deer to bears — and the state needs to plan for how protect those species and the outdoor recreation economy that depends on them, conservation groups warned Thursday.

11/14/2013

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Weather Blog: Fifty Nifty Degrees

It had been 10 days since we had felt the 50s around here. That all changed Wednesday when we warmed to 50 degrees in the Twin Cities. That is actually seven degrees above average for this time of year (and 22 degrees warmer than Tuesday).

11/13/2013

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Tough Harvest Time: Wet Crop, Expensive Propane

This week’s snow has added to an already wet crop, and that means a lot of farmers will rely on grain dryers to dry out their corn. “You can’t dry it, you can’t combine it, and you can’t get it done,” said Peter Leuer of Leuer Farms.

11/07/2013

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Rain, Snow Mix Could Make For Messy Tuesday Commute

A batch of wintry weather is in line to hit Minnesota in the days leading up to Halloween, and it could make your commute messy by as early as Tuesday morning. WCCO-TV Meteorologist Matt Brickman said after midnight tonight, wet snow will begin to move in to southwestern Minnesota.

10/28/2013

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It’s A ‘Rush Hour’ Harvest With Crops Behind

It has been a challenging year for Minnesota farmers. Many got their crops in late, dealt with dry conditions in August, and are now working in wet fields this fall. You may remember that some parts of the state got more than a foot of snow in early May, which is prime planting time for farmers.

10/24/2013

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Weather Blog: Chilling Out!

It looks like we will take our first trip below freezing Monday night in Minneapolis. Last year we accomplished that feat on Oct. 7, when we bottomed out at 28 degrees. We are behind schedule, and I’m sure allergy sufferers will rejoice as we spend the next few nights below freezing, killing most vegetation that messes with our noses.

10/21/2013

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Snow Hits Parts Of Minnesota

Some residents north and west of the Twin Cities metro got an early taste of winter on Sunday with at least measurable snowfall. Sartell was one of the areas that saw some snow, but a lot of it melted once it hit the pavement so other than a few slushy spots, the roads were fine.

10/21/2013

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Good Question: Why Do Temps In The 50s Feel So Cool In The Fall?

There’s nothing unusual about a cool, wet October week. For example, Wednesday’s high only climbed to the mid 50s – the same temperatures that feel so warm to us in early April.

10/16/2013

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