Things are getting back to normal around Minnesota and Wisconsin after a blast of winter weather.
For the last week or so, the Twin Cities has seen a series of small-dose snowfalls. This weekend might bring a change to that pattern.
Don’t be fooled by all the pretty snow that’s fallen in recent days and that’s forecast for this weekend: Minnesota remains in a deep drought with no end in sight.
A slow, snowy morning commute begs the question: Just how much time do Twin Cities drivers waste sitting in traffic? The answer might surprise you, in more than one way.
Schools throughout southeastern Minnesota are either closed or opening two hours late because of dense fog and icy roads.
A mix of ice and freezing rain with spots of snow in some parts of Minnesota is making for a potentially dangerous driving situation.
WCCO Meteorologist Matt Brickman says that, while the Twin Cities has hardly seen any snow this winter apart from one storm early this month, that should soon change.
Our cold spell is one more incentive for a winter getaway and the nation’s biggest travel agency is seeing an increase in bookings.
Students across parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin had their school starts delayed, if not put off altogether for the day. Hundreds of schools canceled classes as a major snowstorm moved into the area.
The first widespread snowstorm of the season began a slow crawl across the Midwest on Thursday, creating treacherous driving conditions that, in Iowa, led to a 25-vehicle pileup that killed one person.
Two people died when their car slid into the path of a semi on a slippery Rock County highway.
Warm temperatures have melted away some of the snow we received earlier this month, but another system may bring a fresh dose of winter wonderland to the Twin Cities in time for Christmas.
Winter weather tried to slow down another big shopping weekend, causing consumers to grab their umbrellas in December. With nine shopping days to go until Christmas, it’s fair to say that Mother Nature has terrible timing.
The Twin Cities is preparing for a messy weekend as another winter storm is set to pass through Minnesota from Friday night through midday Sunday.
Two full days since more than a foot of snow fell on the Twin Cities, and many motorists are still spending plenty of extra time on metro area roads trying to get to their destinations.