The Department of Energy released its winter fuel outlook and found homeowners with natural gas can expect increases in their heating bills of up to 13 percent.
As the weather starts to take a turn for the colder, it’s assured snowflakes aren’t that far off. And that, in turn, gives us cause to wonder if Twin Cities drivers are safe enough to handle the coming winter months.
Milwaukee has literally been down this road before. What could the city’s Department of Public Works mix with rock salt to deice its streets in the winter?
The State Fair is still a week away, but stores are already thinking ahead to winter. From the decorations to the seasonal hiring, the holidays are trending earlier and earlier each year. Michael Hagie, owner of the 50th and France boutique Gather, said inquiries for holiday gifts started months ago.
There’s one bright side to the dark clouds we’ve seen day after day — a better drought outlook. Meteorologist Matt Brickman said while some of the state is still in a severe drought, recent moisture has helped make big improvements.
In what officials are calling one of the latest dates ever recorded, Hennepin County declared an official “ice out” on Wednesday.
SCREW YOU WINTER! JOHN WILLIAMS WARM WEATHER/FUN IN THE SUN/SUMMER IS COMING/ ROCK AND ROLL/LET’S HAVE A PARTY COAT DRIVE DETAILS
So long winter….FOR A GREAT CAUSE!
Minnesotans began working through the seven stages of snow-related grief just days before Halloween. The first stage: shock and denial.
It’s an annual sign of spring in the Twin Cities, but it’s just a matter of time when it will actually start. City crews in Minneapolis will start street sweeping very soon, as early as Tuesday.
All that snow and ice has many of us feeling a little sick of winter, especially since it supposed to be spring.
The snow may not be welcome for some people. but Trollhaugen ski resort in Dresser, Wis. is welcoming the return of winter – and they’ve opened up for skiers this weekend.
By Minneapolis city law, the winter season is considered Nov. 1 through April 1, meaning the city can’t declare a snow emergency, even if several inches fall on Thursday.
Patching potholes is an annual rite of spring in Minnesota, but with the latest round of cold weather, the potholes are sticking around a bit longer.
Roger Hanson is a man of many trades. He’s worked in construction, engineering, and computer software, and all of those skills came together when he decided to create a massive ice sculpture.
The calendar officially switches over to spring on Wednesday, but the temperatures outside tell a very different tale.