Mayflies Hatch In Downtown St. Paul, In Some Places Blanketing Sidewalks And RoadsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the short-lived insects are found in almost all freshwater systems. A large hatch can be considered a good sign for the health of our environment.
Minnesota Weather: 75% Of The State Is Now Experiencing DroughtDrought conditions in Minnesota have worsened over the last week.
How Minnesota's Power Grid Handles The HeatWe've had the hottest start to June on record. With more AC cranking days on the way, we wondered how our power grid is handling the heat.
Minnesota Weather: Monday Will Be Coolest Day Since Late MayAfter some precious rain fell on parts of Minnesota Sunday, here comes a big cool down.
Minnesota Weather: Huge Hail Chunks Batter Southeastern Communities; Brush Fire Risk Intensifies FridayParts of Minnesota got some much-needed rain Thursday evening -- but it didn't stop there.
Minnesota Farmers Worry As Drought Continues To Dry Out CropsThe lack of a good rain-soaking for more than two weeks is making Minnesota farmers worried. It’s a problem that farmer Dave Marquardt is starting to see happen in certain parts of his own cornfields.
How Is Drought Measured?You don't have to look far to see or even feel that much of Minnesota is in a drought. Some areas of the state are struggling more than others.
Minnesota Weather: Back To The 90s In Twin Cities SundayA high of 93 is expected in the metro, with plenty of sunshine.
Minnesota Weather: Saturday To Hit 87 Degrees In Metro, Temperatures Back Up To 90+ On SundayOvernight, temperatures will drop into the 50s and 60s and there will be a light breeze.
Minnesota Weather: This Is The Hottest Start To June On Record In Twin CitiesIt's official: This is the hottest start of any June on record in the Twin Cities.
Metro Restaurants Closing During Heat Wave To Protect Kitchen StaffWith the heat wave, some indoor spaces simply can't stay cool -- and it’s keeping some professionals out of the kitchen.
'It Looked Like A War Zone': 40 Years Ago, Tornado Tore From Lake Harriet To Har Mar MallNearly 40 years ago, the Twin Cities was hit by a tornado of epic proportions.
Minnesotans Look To Avoid Heat Injury As Blistering Temperatures ContinueAlthough some welcome the heat and humidity, Minnesotans need to watch out for ways to keep the heat from causing a medical emergency.
Minneapolis Public Schools Bring Students Back For Last DayMinneapolis Public Schools will bring back students for the last day of classes Friday after moving some of its schools to distance learning earlier in the week due to excessive heat.
As Metro Cities Declare Water Emergencies, Experts Give Tips For Protecting Lawns And PlantsThis unusually hot weather is creating a large increase in demand for water. The city of Minnetrista has declared a water emergency.