The calendar officially switches over to spring on Wednesday, but the temperatures outside tell a very different tale.
Biking in the winter has been no big deal for Peter Hodne, but on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, his luck changed.
A year ago this week, we were experiencing lows in the 50s and 60s — a whopping 40-degree difference from what we’re feeling now.
It’s been a tough winter for owls in parts of North America, and the evidence is turning up on roadsides, at bird feeders and at a wildlife rehabilitation center in Minnesota.
With this week’s warmer temperatures, we’re starting to see some of the stubborn snow and ice that’s piled up turn to slush.
For every adorable family with a sled at sunset there is one Minnesotan who is winter-weary.
When you’re working or playing, you forget about the cold. Snow is relative, so is the temperature.
Usually parks are off limits after dark, unless you are there on a night to celebrating a full moon and a classic sport. On certain nights each month during the winter months, Three Rivers Park District wants to make sure we take advantage of the snow.
This winter certainly feels more like winter than last and that has growers of one of our favorite fruits very happy.
A 22-year-old man died after snowmobiling on the St. Croix River. Washington County authorities say he drove past warning signs and right into open water.
Freezing rain and sleet has hit the Twin Cities and soon enough, that wintry mix will turn to snow — leaving quite a mess behind.
With this ice and extreme cold come a few fender benders
An Arctic air mass is upon us, and according to WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey, the cold will stick around for a while.
Spirit Mountain Ski Area and Adventure Park in Duluth will have reduced hours on Sunday and Monday due to an extremely cold temperature forecast.
Within the week, we could see days where the high temp is below zero. The extreme cold snap is not only uncomfortable for us, but it can also do a number on our homes.