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6 P.M. Weather ReportWe could have spotty showers and storms tonight before the sun returns Wednesday, Chris Shaffer reports (2:55). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Aug. 14, 2018
Flash Flooding Hits Parts Of East Coast, Turning Roads Into RiversMore storms are expected to the East today, after a day that brought flash flooding to parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. As John Schiumo reports, it turned roads into rivers. WCCO This Morning – Aug. 14, 2018
10 P.M. Weather ReportWe'll get a brief relief from the heat on Tuesday but with that comes a chance for storms, Chris Shaffer reports (2:58). WCCO 4 News at 10 - August 13, 2018
6 P.M. Weather ReportWe've had another hot day but relief is in sight Tuesday, along with a few storms, Chris Shaffer reports (3:27). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Aug. 13, 201
Cops Hand Out Icees To Help People Keep CoolJeff Wagner reports on how officers in the Twin Cities are helping people and pets keep cool amid the steamy weather (2:25). WCCO 4 News At 10 -- Aug. 10, 2018
10 P.M. Weather ReportExpect hot temperatures and ideal viewing conditions for the Perseid meteor shower through the weekend. Chris Schafer reports (2:45). WCCO News At 10 -- August 9, 2018
Air Quality Alert Issued For The WeekendThe MPCA says they're issuing an air quality alert due to smoke from wildfires in western Canada.
Dayton Requests Federal Disaster Declaration After StormsFederal, state, and local officials conducting damage assessments verified more than $21 million of eligible damages.
Severe Storms Roll Through MinnesotaSevere weather is hitting western Minnesota, and the storms could hit the Twin Cities late Friday night.
Thanks To New Moon, 2018 Perseid Meteor Shower Should Be IdealA new moon (i.e. no moonlight) will occur on August 11th, the first night of the peak of the meteor shower, making 2018 a great year to watch!
UPDATE: Problems With NOAA's GOES-17 SatelliteAs the satellite was first being powered up in orbit -- 22,000 miles above the Equator -- a problem with the ABI's cooling system was discovered.
Thursday Could Rain On Your Parade ... Friday, TooThe mild, dry air that led to near-perfect conditions early this week is on its way out, with juicier air on its way in.