Heavy Rains Damage DFL Party Headquarters In St. PaulOne of the buildings damaged due to the heavy rains overnight was the DFL party headquarters in St. Paul.
Twin Cities Looks On Course To Avoid Significant Spring FloodingBoth the 2020 melt and 2019 melt were ideal. They really couldn’t have been better. And that is rare.
Heavy Rain Expected Through Thursday, Flash Flooding PossibleFlash flooding is expected to be a threat Wednesday night and Thursday as rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms are tracking toward southern Minnesota.
Heavy Rain Expected Tuesday, Flash Flooding PossibleRain showers are expected to wash over southern Minnesota Monday night and Tuesday, leaving some communities drenched with several inches of rain.
Severe Storms, Heavy Rain Possible Friday NightMuch of Minnesota is at risk for severe weather Friday night, including the Twin Cities metro area.
Severe Storms Roll Across Twin CitiesSevere thunderstorms are rolling through the Twin Cities Thursday night, producing damaging winds and dropping torrential rain.
As Water Recedes, Willmar Deals With Flood CleanupThe water is receding in a southcentral Minnesota city where a deluge of fast-falling rain swamped the community and turned homes into waterfront properties.
A Dose Of Fall: Heavy Rain & Below-Average Temps Arrive In MNAfter two of the hottest days of the year in the Twin Cities this past weekend, it’s going to feel a whole lot like fall over the next two days. The culprit: heavy rain that will start to move into the metro by late Tuesday morning.
Heavy Rains Stall Morning CommuteAt least a half-dozen crashes were reported across the Twin Cities metro area Tuesday morning after heavy rains moved through the area just as traffic was firing up.
Flooding Impact Still Challenges Scott Co. Town Months after the floods, one of the communities that saw some of the worst damage has a lot of cleanup and repairs to do. Heavy rain washed out major roads, triggered mudslides and flooded homes in the town of Blakeley, which is about an hour southwest of the Twin Cities.
Businesses Welcome End Of ‘No Wake’ On Lake Mtka.After seven weeks of slow going on Lake Minnetonka, the emergency no-wake restrictions will end at midnight on Thursday. Last month's heavy rain sent the lake to a record high, but it's fallen nearly a foot since June 5, when the emergency high-water declaration went into effect.
A Soggy Week For MinnesotaWe survived the polar vortex -- now, the rain vortex? So far, April has poured 4.5 inches of rain in the metro. That's nearly 2.2 inches above normal and there's no sight of sunshine in the next couple of days.
Hail Pounds Parts Of Wis., Minn.Thunderstorms packing heavy rain, hail and high winds have pounded parts of southwestern Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota. The National Weather Service says a cooperative observer measured 2.5-inch hail near La Crosse Thursday.
Flooding Strands Vehicles On Anoka HighwayA dozen vehicles had to be pulled from high water in Anoka Tuesday morning after a heavy rain swamped an underpass.
Heavy Rains Raise Lake Levels In Wright, Stearns CountyOne area where the water's really been on the rise is in Stearns County in central Minnesota. We don't think of sandbagging as a summertime chore, but that's what a number of cabin owners are being forced to do.