Minnesota Weather: Get Ready For A Taste Of Fall-Like Weather This WeekendMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak has declared Saturday a #Top10WxDay. Highs will be in the mid-70s, with sunny skies and light winds. Dew points will be comfortable, not nearly as muggy as the last several days.
With High School Football Season Pushed To Spring, What Will Field Conditions Be Like?The Minnesota State High School League has moved the fall football season to spring -- a time when winter can linger long enough to create a new set of outdoor challenges.
Mike's Mix: 5 Adult Ice Cream DrinksThis week in Mike's Mix, Mike Augustyniak is sharing a batch of adult ice cream shakes that Burger Dive has available this weekend.
Minnesota Weather: Another Night Of Severe Weather For Minn., Western Wis.Minnesota and parts of western Wisconsin were dealt another shot of severe weather Saturday evening.
Minnesota Weather: Possible Hurricane-Force Winds Roll Through State OvernightIt will be a wild night and early morning of severe weather for much of Minnesota, with damaging winds in the form of a possible derecho being the main threat.
Minnesota Weather: More Thunderstorms Expected For Twin Cities, Southern Minn., Western Wis. OvernightA few tornado warnings were issued in south-central and southeastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin Sunday evening -- with a report of a tornado in Winona County.
Minnesota Weather: Sunday Night Storms Move Through Southern Minn., Western Wis.WCCO is keeping a close eye on the sky Sunday night, as storms push through southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Here are the latest updates:
Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Move Into NW Minnesota Sunday NightA widespread severe weather threat is expected to move into Minnesota Sunday night.
How The Twin Cities' Air Quality Has Been Impacted By Coronavirus PandemicPollution has dropped, at least temporarily, worldwide following COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Now we’re getting a look at how those stay-at-home orders have impacted air quality in the U.S. and more specifically the Twin Cities.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Denis Hayes, Coordinator Of 1st Earth Day, Talks 'Optimism' In Society's Response To COVID-19WCCO meteorologist Mike Augustyniak spoke Wednesday with Denis Hayes, who helped organized the first Earth Day in 1970.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: State Health Officials Pull Curtain Back On COVID-19 ModelingLeaders will continue to look to the models as a guide, and they say we can expect more refinement and enhancing of the formula in the coming weeks.