Cold Weather Hinders Minnesota Spring FieldworkBelow-normal temperatures and intermittent rain and snow combine to put a damper on spring fieldwork across Minnesota.
Dozens Injured In Over 335 Crashes, Spinouts In Wednesday's SnowstormThe Minnesota State Patrol said more than two dozen people were injured in over 335 crashes and spinouts during Wednesday's snowstorm.
Spring Snowstorm To Be Followed By Quick MeltSome Minnesotans are digging out after getting a foot or more of snow in this early spring storm. The average amount of snowfall in March in Minnesota is 10 inches, so this is not uncommon. But some folks in Rochester are not welcoming this snow after a mild winter.
Spring Snowstorm Could Dump Up To A Foot On Southern Minn.An early spring snowstorm could dump up to a foot of snow on southern Minnesota Wednesday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for the nearly two dozen counties in the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Late Winter Snowstorm Could Drop A Foot Of Snow On NE Minn.A late winter storm is bringing heavy snow and high wind to parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
From Snow To Sunshine, Another Weather Swing's AheadThe phrase is that March comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb, but we're getting the microcosmic representation of that throughout the next few days.
Interstate 35 Reopened In Northern Iowa As Driving Conditions ImproveIowa authorities say Interstate 35 has been reopened in both directions between Ames and Clear Lake, a stretch of more than 80 miles.
Roads Back Open In SW Minnesota As Blizzard SubsidesRoads are reopening in southwestern Minnesota as strong winds gradually subside. Part of Interstate 90 and several other highways were closed Monday as wind gusts created whiteout conditions in the southwest part of the state.
Current School Closings: Wednesday, Feb. 3Here is the list of closings and delays as reported Wednesday morning.
Classes Canceled, Snow Emergencies Declared In Twin CitiesSome students have the day off in Minnesota as a powerful storm approaches the state. The storm is expected to bring blizzard-like conditions to far southern Minnesota through Tuesday night. Wind gusts of up to 40 mph could cause whiteout conditions.
Organizers Say Ice Should Hold For U.S. Pond Hockey ChampionshipsOrganizers of this week's U.S. Pond Hockey Championships on Lake Nokomis say the ice should be fine, even though daytime temperatures are expected to remain above freezing from the time the tournament starts on Friday until the five division champions are crowned and the coveted Golden Shovel is handed out on Sunday.
Temperatures Creep Above Zero In Twin CitiesThe temperature has crawled above zero degrees at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The National Weather Service says the airport hit the zero mark around 2 p.m. on Monday, ending around 46 consecutive hours of subzero temperatures since 4 p.m. Saturday.