Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Possible In Western WisconsinWednesday is shaping up to be steamy and could hold a threat of severe storms for eastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
What Causes Hail To Get So Big?Some Delano residents saw 4-inch, or softball-sized hail during Monday's storm – and that's only happened a few dozen times in Minnesota over the past 70 years.
Wide Swath Of Hail Damage Attracts Swarms Of ContractorsHiring out-of-state companies to do your hail damage repairs can be risky.
Minnesota Weather: After Sun-Filled Day, Isolated Storms Possible OvernightFollowing what’s expected to be a sunny and warm day Tuesday, isolated thunderstorms could be in store for much of Minnesota overnight.
Minnesota Weather: Storms Featuring Strong Winds, Hail Sweep Through MN, WIThough severe weather has mostly moved out of Minnesota Monday afternoon, the threat for storms producing heavy rain and small hail remains in western Wisconsin. 
Minnesota Weather: Temperatures Dip To 37 Degrees In International Falls, Breaking 121-Year-Old RecordWhile the calendar says Minnesota is in the middle of summer, it felt like fall in northern Minnesota on Tuesday morning.
How Does The National Weather Service Rate Tornadoes?Their goal is to measure the strength and size of the twisters, not just for archival and historical purposes, but to monitor climate issues as well.
Minnesota Weather: The Latest On Tornado Warnings, Watches, And Severe ThunderstormsGrab your rain gear if you're venturing out of the house Sunday afternoon around the Twin Cities metro.
Minnesota Weather: Hail Pummels Parts Of State In Friday Night StormsHeat and humidity returned to Minnesota on Friday, bringing evening thunderstorms across the state.
Post-Tornado Cleanup Underway In Western WisconsinThe Wisconsin Air and Army National Guard help clean up the aftermath of a tornado in western Wisconsin.
'Worst I've Ever Seen It': Flooding Lingers In Waterville After Heavy RainA stormy summer is to blame. From Friday night to Saturday afternoon, heavy rain spiked water levels by approximately 7 inches. The city is right in the middle of Tetonka and Sakatah lakes, so residents are used to some flooding, but not like this.