30 Years Later, Minnesota Still Awed By Epic Halloween Blizzard Of 1991As the Twin Cities woke up, the snow picked up, at times falling two inches an hour. The wet, heavy snow collapsed rooftops and stranded fire fighters. Police swapped their squads for snowmobiles to navigate the roads while others used skis to get down the street.
30 Years Ago: A Look Back On Record-Breaking 1991 Halloween BlizzardThe Halloween Blizzard of 1991 is a story that is brought up year after year -- and for good reason. The record-setting storm has become a badge of honor. By the end of the event, which stretched for days, the Twin Cities received more than 28 inches of fresh snow, the biggest storm still on record.
25 Years Ago, All Hell Broke Loose On HalloweenTwenty-five years ago, on Halloween, it started to snow. And it didn't stop snowing for three days.
Good Question: How Does The Groundhog Day Blizzard Stack Up?Tuesday's snowstorm is shaping up to be the biggest of the season for the metro area. This storm is a long ways away from our record, but it will beat out some of our top snowstorms over the past ten years.
Weather Blog: November Snows Go BigNo practice snowfall to acclimate us to the shift in weather and wardrobe this season. In a mere two weeks’ time, sandals were replaced with snow boots, as Oct 27 featured high temperatures in the upper 60s and on Monday sidewalks became shrouded in fall snow, demanding more than one ruler to measure in many locations.
Climatologist Recalls Halloween Blizzard Of 1991Monday marks the 20th anniversary of the famous Halloween Blizzard.
Perfect Storm: 20 Years Since The Halloween BlizzardIt's one of the most memorable storms -- ever. It was 20 years ago when the Twins had just won the World Series and then, a few days later, on Halloween, it started to snow.
Weather Blog: More Treat Than TrickMonday marks the 20-year anniversary of the 1991 Halloween Blizzard that produced some of the heaviest snowfalls in history for many cities across Minnesota!
20th Anniversary Of Halloween Blizzard NearsA storm that hit Minnesota 20 years ago this weekend is in the record books as one of the state's most significant weather events.