'Neither Snow, Nor Cold': Mail Carriers Will Be Out TodaySupervisors are ensuring that carriers are properly dressed for the cold, and hand warmers are being distributed.
How Do Schools Decide To Close For Cold Weather?By Monday afternoon, most metro schools had announced they were canceling classes. District officials cited the "dangerously low temperatures" forecasted for the next three days.
Flashback: In 1996, Temps Plunged Way, Way Below Zero For A WeekTemperatures actually went below negative 20 degrees during two separate cold snaps back in 1996.
Extreme Temperatures Can Wreak Havoc On Car BatteriesHaving a bad car battery is never fun or convenient, especially this time of year.
Henn. Co., Ramsey Co. Effort Campaign To Help Cities' Homeless During ColdThe Hennepin County Sheriff's Office and the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office are partnering with other counties and their efforts to help those in need during this week's incoming cold snap.
Minnesota Weather: Get Ready For Heavy Snow, Followed By Dangerous ColdMinnesotans will be dealing with extremely-cold air next week for this time of year –- and even for this part of the world.
Tips For Dressing For The Bitter Cold, From A Pond Hockey ExpertWCCO reporter, and hockey enthusiast, Bill Hudson has spent the better part of his life in this climate.
Milwaukee Cancels Classes Amid Brutal ColdNearly 78,000 students in Milwaukee Public Schools are off Friday when high temperatures for the day could reach just 2 degrees.
Bitter Cold Cancels Winter Activities Throughout Twin Cities"When we were looking at wind chills of 20, 25, 30 below. It's just not safe for us to send out our mostly 5- to 10-year-old participants."
Mall Of America Gives Visitors Warm Respite Amid Cold SnapOf all the people who descended on the Mall of America Thursday, there was one place WCCO couldn't find anyone: the outdoor skating rink.
How To Keep Your Furnace, Pipes Ready For The Bitter BlastTechnicians are making the rounds in the Twin Cities as homeowners get their furnaces tuned up ahead of the cold front.
How Cold It Has To Be For Mpls.-St. Paul Schools To CloseOn Thursday, the temperatures bottom out, with "feels like" temperatures of 20 to 25 degrees below zero in the Twin Cities.
Cold November Keeping 'Stink Bugs' To A MinimumThe sharp temperature change is helping curb an invasion of insects, including, the brown marmorated stink bug.
It Was A Record-Breaking Cold NightIt was 28 degrees in International Falls, breaking an old record of 31 for Sept. 6.
Twins Forced To Brave April Cold, Snow With Early Home ScheduleIt’s a safe bet that when you have early April baseball at Target Field, it will likely be cold, and it could snow.