Minnesota Weather: Heavy, Wet Snow Falls Across Minnesota, Western WisconsinWinter made quite a comeback Tuesday, dropping heavy, wet snow across Minnesota, including the Twin Cities.
Minnesota Weather: Accumulating Snow To Fall On Most Of Minn., Western Wis. TuesdayConsider Monday’s trace amounts of snow as an appetizer for what's to come.
Good Question: Why Are Hailstones Different Sizes? Many of you ended up with dents in your cars and roofs. Reports on hail range from hail the size of a pea to the size of a tennis ball, or even bigger.
Minnesota Weather: Storms Possible From Metro Into Western Wis., Including Funnel CloudsStorms are possible from the Twin Cities into Western Wisconsin Tuesday afternoon.
Chris Shaffer Gets A Surprise 50th Birthday Car ParadeAmelia Santaniello and Frank Vascellaro tried to throw Chris Shaffer a surprise car parade for his 50th birthday -- but it didn't go quite as they planned!
Minnesota Weather: Easter Snowstorm Could See Parts Of Minnesota Getting Double-Digit Snow TotalsIf you're planning on wearing an Easter bonnet this weekend, you better make sure it's extra insulated.
Minnesota Weather: April Winter Storm Bringing Big Snow In NW, Icy Roads To Much Of StateA powerful spring storm is generating winter-like weather conditions in northwestern Minnesota and the Dakotas, with record snowfall and heavy winds.
Minnesota Weather: Storm System To Usher In Light Snow, Subzero Cold For Rest Of WeekAn arctic front is pushing into Minnesota, bringing with it frigid temperatures and messy, blowing snow.
An Ode To Minnesota's January ThawJanuary is statistically the coldest month of the year in Minnesota.
Minnesota Weather: Hundreds Of Flights Canceled, Delayed; Winds To Kick Up SaturdayWinter storm and blizzard warnings persist, as we move into the second part of a one-two punch of heavy snow and powerful winds.
Minnesota Weather: 8-10 Inches Of Snow Expected In Metro; Foot Possible In ArrowheadAfter shivering through our coldest temperatures since last March, we’ll get a warm-up Friday – served with an enormous side of snow.