MN Weather: Light Flurries Possible In Twin Cities During Morning CommuteWCCO Meteorologist Riley O'Connor said the best chance for flurries will be between 7 and 11 a.m.
Minnesota Weather: Clipper System Could Bring Up To 3 Inches Of Snow This WeekendThe first snowfall of the season is over and there's already another storm system moving in. WCCO-TV meteorologists say the next weather-maker will begin on Saturday afternoon, with some possible snowfall in the evening hours.
MN Weather: Snow To Fall Overnight, 'Worst Commute' Expected Friday MorningNorthern Minnesota could see several inches of snow stack up, particularly on grassy areas. Models show nearly 5 inches accumulating near Bemidji, although it's difficult to know how much of that snowfall will melt on contact.
Minnesota Weather: Snow Possible In The Twin Cities This WeekendAs the winter storm system heading toward Minnesota gets closer, confidence remains high that much of central Minnesota, including the Twin Cities, will see 6 to 10 inches of wet, heavy snow this weekend.
Minnesota Weather: 2-4 Inches Of Snow Expected Friday Ahead Of Frigid WeekendWhile March marks the start of meteorological spring, more snow is coming Friday to much of southern Minnesota, and some communities could see up to 5 inches of snow accumulate.
Minnesota Weather: Snow Expected During Evening Commute, Chilly Temps Look To Last A WhileAnother round of snow is tracking toward the Twin Cities for Tuesday night and it could impact the evening commute.
Weekend Storm Threatens Southern Minnesota With Heavy, Wet SnowThe worst of the massive snowstorm threatening the Midwest this weekend looks to clip southwestern Minnesota, and accumulating snow is expected to reach as far north as the Twin Cities metro.
Storm Threatens To Dump 6 Inches Of Snow On Northwestern MinnesotaAs southern Minnesota deals autumn rains this week, the northwestern corner of the state could see a blast of winter, with more than 6 inches of snow stacking up in some areas.
Winter Storm Warning Issued For Twin Cities MetroFollowing rain – and even thunderstorms – Sunday morning, a storm system is tracking toward Minnesota and could leave some parts of the state with more than six inches of heavy, wet snow by Tuesday.
Brace For A Slushy Commute In The Twin Cities, Blizzard Conditions Far NorthMinnesotans are bracing for the season’s first snow, which will fall during Friday morning’s commute in the Twin Cities and leave some communities up north with up to eight inches of snow.
Weather Blog: Our Next Chance Of SnowIt won’t be Thursday. Weak high pressure will prevail bringing a nice dose of sunshine, but the temps will feel more like January than early December.