Weekend Snowstorm Damages Historic Zumbrota BridgeMany buildings took a hit during Saturday night's snowstorm, including the historic covered bridge in Zumbrota.
Winter Storm Blamed For 3 Fatal CrashesIn Minnesota, a collision between a small bus and an SUV in Sherburne County is blamed on slippery road conditions.
Winter Storm Leaves Big Snowfall Totals In NW Minnesota; Rain In MetroWCCO Weather Watchers have reported snow totals of 10 inches in Silver Bay, 9 inches in Fergus Falls, and 8 inches in Bemidji.
Storm To Dump Heavy Snow On Western Minn., Rain On Twin CitiesAs holiday travelers make their way back home Wednesday, a winter snowstorm is descending on Minnesota, threatening to leave the western part of the state under a blanket of snow up to a foot deep.
White Christmas Is Coming To Minnesota -- A Day LateJust about a day late, many Minnesotans’ wish for a White Christmas looks like it will finally come true.
Ahead Of Storm, Delta Issues Weather Waiver For 11 AirportsWith a snowstorm possible later this week, Delta Air Lines has issued a weather waiver for 11 regional airports in Minnesota and the Dakotas.
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.
This Weekend Snowstorm Doesn't Look Like It'll Miss MinnesotaAnother sloppy weekend snowstorm appears ready to blow over the Midwest, and this time it doesn’t look like it’ll miss Minnesota.
Does An April Snowstorm Affect The Summer Forecast?The Twin Cities are digging out after a weekend storm dumped more than a foot of snow on the metro area.
Snowstorm Causes Sports Center Dome In Vadnais Heights To CollapseThe weekend’s record-breaking snowstorm caused a sports dome in the north metro to collapse.
Twin Cities Inches Close To New April Snow RecordThis April has already seen 20.4 inches of snow. The standing record is 21.8 inches, and by all indications there's still more to come.