Trees Showing Early Signs Of FallOur soggy spring and now mild summer weather makes it feel like summer will be short lived this season. In fact, some trees in St. Paul are already changing color. Overcast skies, a slight breeze and when the sun goes down some folks have a hard time determining what season we are in here in Minnesota. Most Minnesotans know this is not typical for August. Sweaters and jackets were well represented by walkers on the Nicollet Mall Saturday.
Heavy Rain Causes Street Flooding In Grand MaraisResidents of Grand Marais are sweeping up dirt and debris after intense storms dumped more than 3 inches of rain along Minnesota's North Shore of Lake Superior. The rain caused street flooding in downtown Grand Marais Thursday, but the water has since receded. Some flooded basements are reported.
More Than 5 Inches Douse Metro, Flood Warning In EffectRain battered the metro Friday night and into Saturday morning, pouring more than five inches in some areas. Eden Prairie had more than five inches, Prior Lake reported 4.75 inches, as Bloomington saw four inches and Minneapolis had 3.6 inches in some areas.
Since May 1, Mpls Has 3X More Rain Than SeattleAfter a miserable winter, you'd think Mother Nature would cut us a break. Think again. The 6 1/2 inches of rain since May 1 is three times what Seattle, Wash., has experienced.
Minn. Drought Threatens Ground Water SuppliesMinnesota's worst drought in years is bringing back some bad memories.
NWS Says Tues-Wed Wettest 2 Days In DuluthThe National Weather Service says rainfall Tuesday and Wednesday in Duluth is a record breaker. National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Kraujalis says it's the wettest two-day period in Duluth history.
Relentless Rains Restore Minnesota Rivers, LakesMinnesota is inching closer to the rainfall record for May. That's a good thing for Minnesota's rivers.
Drought Breaks For Nearly All Of MinnesotaThe drought is officially over for nearly all of Minnesota. The new map issued by the U.S. Drought Monitor on Thursday shows that only about 10 percent of Minnesota remains in drought.

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