A heavily traveled thoroughfare in the Twin Cities will be closed this weekend.
This is the title of a great song from the Eagles’ Glenn Frey. It is also a good description of our weather for the next several days.
It is going to be hot and humid this weekend.
The weekend storms have devastated a local retreat for parents and families who are facing serious illness or the death of a child.
We will have thunderstorms rolling across the state during the overnight hours. The main severe ingredients will include heavy rain, strong winds and possibly some hail.
The Minnesota State Patrol is increasing drunken driving patrols this weekend in the 13 counties that have had the highest alcohol-related deaths and serious injuries.
The first weekend of June is what I consider the unofficial entry into summer. It’s almost like a rite of passage after enduring a snowy winter and spring storms, taking me from long sleeves to tank tops, rain boots to flip flops.
Minnesotans who don’t have fishing licenses can still catch a break next month as long as they’re accompanying a child age 15 or younger.
Looking for something to do this Memorial Day weekend? A drag race at Brainerd International Speedway, special guided tour at the Mill City Museum, and spending time in Grand Marais are just a few of the highlights Minnesota has to offer.
On this date in 1984, we got smacked by nearly 10 inches of snow. What a way to finish April. Luckily, our April this year is much different.
Friday was a damp, dreary day. For the past nine consecutive days we’ve had a high of 50 or cooler. That’s enough!
March won’t go out like a lion this year.
The snow is finished, and I think we will stay dry for quite some time.
It is going to be windy throughout the day Saturday. The wind will slowly subside as the day wears on, but don’t expect it to warm up.
Our warmer air has arrived. No more subzero nights, no more single-digit highs and we will melt away some snow instead of adding to our snow banks.