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.
Minnesota Weather: Easter Snowstorm Could See Parts Of Minnesota Getting Double-Digit Snow TotalsIf you're planning on wearing an Easter bonnet this weekend, you better make sure it's extra insulated.
Minnesota Weather: Environmental Side-Effects Of Coronavirus-Sparked Industrial Halt ObservedAs painful and unsettling as the last few months have been, the unintended (unexpected, even) consequence of less industry and fewer trips by car is a little victory worth noting.
March 1 Ushers In Meteorological Spring, But Will Spring-Like Weather Stick Around? Sunday, March 1 marks the beginning of meteorological spring, and fittingly enough temperatures are in the mid-40s.
'Leap Year Hopscotch': Why We Sometimes Skip 'Leap Day'We will add one day to our calendar in 2020 because it's a leap year. But, why? WCCO's Mike Augustyniak breaks it all down.
Mike's Mix: The Manhattan At Manny's SteakhouseEvery month, Mike Augustyniak goes in search of the newest hotspots in the Twin Cities, and learns the secrets behind their best cocktails
WCCO Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak Answers: 'Where Will The Air Over Becker Travel?'"One northern route would bring that smoke and dirty air over Baldwin, as far north as Grantsburg, Wisconsin by tomorrow morning," Augustyniak said.
Mike's Mix: Meteor's Old FashionedMeteor embraces it’s dive bar roots (which go back to 1902), serving lower-priced classic cocktails and custom creations, as well as beer, waffles, and frozen pizza.
Minnesota Weather: Saturday To Bring Big Winds, Snow Emergencies In Minneapolis, St. PaulBlowing snow will be a problem all day Saturday, according to Mike Augustyniak, which is why much of the western edge of the state, along with the south central swath, remain under a blizzard warning.
Minnesota Weather: Road Conditions Improve Before A Re-Freeze OvernightAfter a wintry mix affected most of the Twin Cities Saturday morning, the metro area can expect a more mild Sunday with fog, drizzle and scattered showers throughout the day.