There was nothing routine about a routine drive on Highway 7 in Hutchinson Tuesday. The strong wind blew fresh snow up from the ground and in to the air, giving drivers something to worry about.
Snow-lovers have something to hope for after what has been a snow-starved winter so far. A system moving into Minnesota will bring snow into the Twin Cities starting late Monday night.
A week ago, we were wrapping up a six-day stretch of above-average temperatures and some melting. But Wednesday brought a different story and a different season, after officially bottoming out at minus 9 degrees in the morning. And as cold as it is Wednesday, it’s not a record. February has been cold, with way more days below average than above — and Wednesday was the coldest.
Thursday’s violent storms in Red Wing, Minn. were over in just a blink of an eye, but the damage was lasting. Scattered yellow insulation covered the trees and corn stubble in the southwestern Minnesota town. “It just happened so fast,” Sally Lemmerhirt of Red Wing, Minn. said.
Light snow and gusty northwest winds have created dangerous driving conditions throughout west central Minnesota.
Wind gusts and blowing snow in west central Minnesota has the Minnesota Department of Transportation urging drivers to slow down and use their headlights.
Hundreds of miles from its turbulent center, superstorm Sandy’s outer bands were violent enough to rip up near-record high waves Tuesday on Lake Michigan, sending a community of avid surfers in Chicago into the cold, churning waters despite warnings from city officials.
Western South Dakota is recovering from winds that overturned semitrailers, downed power lines, fed fires and even left a trampoline hanging from a power pole in Box Elder.
A burst of strong winds has damaged dozens of vehicles at a south-central Minnesota car dealership.
Saturday brought an unexpected cleanup for Gary Andrews after strong winds toppled a two-story barn, tore trees from the ground and mangled a swing set on his son’s property.
Windy weather meant limited success for many of Minnesota’s deer hunters on the opening weekend of the state’s firearms deer season.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The National Weather Service surveyed the damage from Sunday evening’s storms in Sauk Centre, which is in northwestern Stearns County. When you read about the 75 to 90 mph wind speeds, keep […]
Flights at MSP Airport are still reduced to a single runway and more flights may be cancelled today.
You will not sleep well Tuesday night because of the wicked wind. It will blow from the southwest 20-30 mph with gusts up over 40 mph.
Hail, heavy rain and strong winds pounded southern Minnesota — including the Twin Cities — last night.