Winter Weather Delaying MnDOT Construction SeasonEarlier this month, MnDOT announced more 250 construction projects for the season. Mother Nature had other ideas.
Could Wednesday's Snow Be The Last Of The Season?Like a momentary memory of a nightmare recently dreamed, more snow is expected to move into the southern part of the state.
Twins Reveal Makeup Dates For Snowed-Out GamesThe team has announced when they will make up the games against the Chicago White Sox that were scheduled for April 13-15.
MSP Airport Suspends Flight Operations Amid Blizzard WarningThe National Weather Service extended the state's blizzard warning to include the Twin Cities at about 12:30 p.m., in effect until 7 a.m. Sunday.
Twin Cities Inches Close To New April Snow RecordThis April has already seen 20.4 inches of snow. The standing record is 21.8 inches, and by all indications there's still more to come.
403 Crashes, Road Closures Amid April Snow StormOf those, 47 crashes involved injuries, two of them serious -- one in Brainerd and one in St. Cloud.
Snowfall Begins In Southern Minn., Twin CitiesThe phrase "Third Winter" has been tossed about a lot, lately. It may be time to start considering the phrase "Fourth Winter."
Despite The Snow, Ticks Are OutAs if Minnesotans didn’t have enough to worry about with an approaching storm promising to drop a foot of snow, officials say ticks are beginning to creep out.
As Snowstorm Threatens Minnesota, Cancellations Pile UpAs another April snowstorm crawls menacingly toward Minnesota, cancellations, closings and delays are piling up.
Minnesota Braces For Possible Mid-April BlizzardThe system that is expected to produce this mid-April misery just hit the North American land mass Thursday morning.
Spoiler Alert: There's Still A Chance For Snow In The ForecastMany Minnesotans feel like they're in the midst of the winter that never ends.
Warm Weather Businesses Feeling The Sting Of Long WinterThe late start to spring isn't just frustrating for many Minnesotans. It's also had an impact on businesses that rely on milder weather.

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