No Fall Colors Yet, And It May Be A WhileHunting for changing fall foliage, or leaf peeping, only happens once a year. So, isn’t it about that time of year?
Where Are All The Fall Colors?Leaves usually change color mid-September to early October in northern Minnesota.
Why Do Our Bodies Feel So Cold In The Fall?To some, it’s psychological. But, there’s also something physiologically happening in the body.
Move Over Summer, Here Comes The Fall Equinox
Cool Down Coming This Week, Snow By Friday?We hope you took the chance to get outside and enjoy the sun on Sunday, because changes are coming in the forecast this week.
Where Do All Our Raked Leaves Go?Minnesotans collect an incredible amount of leaves and yard waste through raking, mulching, blowing and sweeping up the streets.
How To Turn Your Home Into A Haunted HouseNeed some tips for making your home a house of horrors? Try these simple techniques scaring guests and trick-or-treaters alike!
Fall Foliage: 5 Best East Coast Destinations To Catch The ColorsOn the East Coast, New England is the nation's most popular spot to catch the fall colors. But in November, visitors will have to travel further south to see fall foliage
DNR Keeping An Eye On Falls ColorsIt's about that time when the trees in Minnesota will be ablaze with fall colors.
Unseasonably Warm #Top10WxDay Draws Droves Of Minnesotans OutdoorsPlenty of sunshine and near record warmth can only mean one thing in November: WCCO's first Top 10 Weather Day of the fall and winter season.
Good Question: Bagging Or Mulching -- Which Is Better For Your Yard?It is the time of year when the leaves keep falling, and we try to keep up. Unfortunately, the fall colors only last for so long before those leaves end up on our lawns. So which is better for your lawn? Bagging your leaves, or mulching them?