Harvesting Season Cut Short for Melrose Vineyard Following StormsMoonlight Vineyard in Melrose has been growing sweet grapes to produce white wine for more than a decade. But after Saturday’s strong storms, the family farm is left with torn leaves and damaged fruits.
Hurricane Ida: Minnesotans Mobilize To Help As Storm Batters SouthHurricane Ida made landfall Sunday on the exact date Hurricane Katrina devastated a large part of the Gulf Coast 16 years ago.
Minnesota Weather: Week Begins Dry And Comfy Before Rains ReturnAfter getting a good soaking, most of Minnesota will be dry and comfortable for most of the work week, according to WCCO Meteorologist Lisa Meadows.
Central, Southern Minnesota Clean Up After Storms Bring Damaging Hail, WindParts of Minnesota are cleaning up Sunday after a couple rounds of storms brought enormous hail and strong winds through the state.
Minnesota Weather: Flash Flood/Tornado Warnings Issued, More Storms Possible In Southern MNAlmost the entirety of the state is under a threat for severe weather on Saturday, with central Minnesota under an "enhanced" risk.
'Water Goes Where It Doesn't Typically Go': Experts Weigh In On Prepping For Severe Storms, Heavy RainAhead of the next severe storm, experts urge residents to clean out their gutters and service their sump pumps. Clearing your storm drain is also important because rain could spill over into your foundation.
MN Weather: Flash Flood Warnings Issued In Southern MinnesotaThunderstorm development is occurring in southern Minnesota early Friday afternoon, and thunderstorm watches could be issued in the area.
MN Weather: State Fair Grandstand Evacuated Due To LightningMiranda Lambert's scheduled concert at the Minnesota State Fair is being evacuated because of lightning in the area.
Brooten's Redhead Creamery Ready For Customers Again After Sustaining Storm DamageInside the Redhead Creamery store in rural Brooten, the same group that works together on the dairy farm gathered for their Thursday ritual — a meeting they thought earlier this week might be indefinitely delayed.
Drought In Minnesota: Extreme Drought Expanded 8% In The Last WeekThough many parts of the state have seen some raindrops in recent days, the drought that's already one of the worst in Minnesota's history isn't letting up. The latest figures show that 88% of the state is still listed under severe drought conditions, and all but 3% of the state is under at least a moderate drought.
How Meteorologists Help Battle Blazes Like The Greenwood FireThe Greenwood fire has gotten so big the National Weather Service has sent an incident meteorologist who stays on-site for weather support while fighting this fire.
Boundary Waters Closure Extended Another Week As Wildfires RageThe U.S. Forest Service says all permits for the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) are canceled for another week as more wildfires pop up in the area.
2 Construction Workers Hit By Lightning In Western Wisconsin; 1 DeadTwo construction workers were struck by lightning in western Wisconsin Tuesday morning, leaving one dead and the other seriously injured.
How Can We Save Our Lawns This Fall?Fall is usually a great time to prep your lawns for next spring. The only problem is we're weathering a historic drought.
Minnesota Weather: Thousands Without Power Following Early Morning StormsMore of the Twin Cities metro is under severe thunderstorm warnings Tuesday morning as a line of storms moves eastward across central Minnesota.