NWS Ranks Tornado In Grant/Otter Tail Counties As EF-4; First EF-4 In Minnesota Since 2010National Weather Service survey teams have ranked the deadly tornado that roared through Otter Tail and Grant counties earlier this week as an EF-4.
Minnesota Weather: Heat Advisory To Be In Effect For Thursday Afternoon, EveningThe Twin Cities metro will be under a heat advisory Thursday afternoon and evening.
Minnesota Weather: Monday's Highs To Soar Into The Mid-90s; Severe Storms Possible For Northwestern MinnesotaThe National Weather Service says severe storms could develop in the afternoon and evening hours in northwestern and central Minnesota. The primary threat from these storms are large hail and damaging winds.
Minnesota Weather: National Weather Service Issues Red Flag WarningExtreme fire conditions today across much of Minnesota have resulted in the National Weather Service issuing a Red Flag Warning for many counties.
Minnesota Weather: Red Flag Warning Issued For Much Of The StateAny spark or flame can grow into a wildfire under Red Flag conditions.
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.
Warm Weather Poses A Risk For Spring FloodingAccording to meteorologists at the National Weather Service, we aren’t out of the woods yet.
'Start Making Plans Now': Hydrologists See Warning Signs Of Major Spring FloodingLast year's record-setting precipitation, on top of the winter snowfall, has flood watchers on heightened alert, and many considering flood insurance.
Minnesotans Suffering Through Grayest January On RecordMuch of Minnesota has experienced had eight-straight cloudy days, putting a dull exclamation point on what's been the gloomiest January on record.
Mississippi River Ice Dam Leads To Flooding ConcernsThe National Weather Service flood forecast center expects the river to crest very shortly and then do a very gradual decline.
Wintry, Slick Weather Bedevils Holiday Weekend Travelers Around Midwest & USWintry weather bedeviled Thanksgiving weekend travelers across the United States Saturday as a powerful and dangerous storm moved eastward, dumping heavy snow from parts of California to the northern Midwest and inundating other areas with rain.
‘It’s Going To Be Bad’: State Agencies Warn Minnesotans About Snow StormMnDOT is just one of the state agencies that held a news conference to let everyone know they are ready for the storm.
Holiday Travelers Brace For Potential Heavy StormWednesday is expected to be the heaviest travel day on the roads, but the timing of a storm is causing concern.
Record-Breaking Cold Freezing Minnesota Lakes EarlyRecord-breaking cold temperatures are freezing Minnesota lakes weeks earlier than normal.
'Arctic Airmass' Freezes Midwest As Snow Moves Toward East CoastMuch of the snow that was supposed to fall in the Midwest has come down and now it's time for the main event: Record-breaking cold.