Outdoor Fire Pit Sales Boom As Minnesotans Look To Extend Patio SeasonAs the weather begins to turn cooler, people are looking for a way to stay outside longer. And that means finding a heat source to stay warm outside while socializing at a distance.
Why Do Spring Temperatures And Fall Temperatures Feel So Different?To some, it’s psychological. But, there’s also something physiologically happening in the body.
Let The Great Annual Pumpkin Spice Debate BeginChristmas fanatics, don't get your hopes up. Dunkin hasn't said if this means they'll release those flavors any earlier.
Minnesota Promises Late July Decision On K-12 SchoolsMinnesota health and education officials on Thursday asked school administrators to plan for three scenarios on reopening in the fall, and promised a decision by the week of July 27 on which of the three will be used.
What Happened To Fall?Sweater season didn't have much of a chance this year -- Minnesotans had to bring out the jackets much earlier than usual.
Federal Money Is Available To Weatherize Your HomeIt's the time of year when we crank up the heat -- and it may be helpful to know there's a federally-funded program to help with energy efficiency.
Minneapolis Residents Busy Raking Fall LeavesYard waste collection will end the week of November 12th in Minneapolis, so residents better rake leaves while they can.
Child In Serious Condition After 50-Foot Fall From Cliff A 10-year-old is in serious condition after falling 50 feet from a cliff Thursday at Interstate State Park in Taylors Falls.
During Cold October, Twin Cities Gets Ready For #Top10WxDayWCCO Meteorologist Matt Brickman said the Twin Cities will average 50 days with temps in the 60s per year. But in 2018, there have only been 19 days like that.
Minnesota Under Freeze WarningMost of Minnesota is under a freeze warning Friday night, including Hennepin and Ramsey counties.
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?