Burning Restrictions To Be Lifted In Much Of Northern Minnesota OvernightWith recent rains, a number of areas in Minnesota will lift their burning restrictions overnight. However, the Minnesota DNR said that the northeastern tip of Minnesota would remain under Class III burning restrictions.
After Summer Drought, When And Where Will The Best Fall Colors Be This Year?The drought we've had throughout much of the state could leave us with muted fall colors and shorter peak times, but not everywhere will be a bust. So when and where are the best fall colors this year? Good Question.
Minnesota Weather: Evening Storms Threaten Heavy Rain, Large HailWhile the weekend's comfortable fall weather will continue through much of Monday, storms are expected to rumble in the evening across southern Minnesota.
Minnesota Weather: Drought Easing In Central, Southern MinnesotaThe latest data from the U.S. Drought Monitor show that in the last week the state saw a gradual easing of moderate and severe drought conditions across central and southern Minnesota. About 85% of the state is at least experiencing moderate drought, that's down from nearly 89% last week.
Minnesota Weather: Labor Day Forecast Looks Warm, Thunderstorms Possible Up NorthIt looks like the long Labor Day weekend will wrap up with a couple of nice days.
Minnesota Weather: Warmer Temps, Sunshine For Labor Day Weekend; Pop-Up Showers PossibleMeteorologist Mike Augustyniak says that if the pop-up showers do hit, they'll last for roughly 15 minutes or so. Otherwise, the weekend will stay mostly dry.
Minnesota Weather: Rain Expected In The Evening Into Friday, Cooler Temps For Labor Day WeekendClouds are increasing Thursday, with rain moving in later in the day. Check out the latest forecast.
Minnesota Sees Significant Reductions In Extreme, Severe Drought ConditionsThe rain that's fallen across parts of the state over the last few weeks is finally showing a positive impact on the state's drought forecast. The latest figures show that just 65% of the state is still listed under severe drought conditions, a 23% reduction in just the last week.
Minnesota Weather: This Summer Was The Warmest On Record In The Twin CitiesAfter sweating through 26 days of 90-degree weather, residents in the Twin Cities may not be too surprised to learn that this summer was the warmest on record for average temperature since 1873, the year weather records began in the metro.
Hurricane Ida: How To Pitch In With The Relief Effort“It’s just hurtful, seeing all the bodies, no electricity, the screaming,” said Hurricane Katrina survivor Michael Porter.
'You Could See Things Begin To Fly': Minnesota Couple Watched Hurricane Ida Hit From Hotel WindowA trip to New Orleans to celebrate his queen's birthday turned out to be the experience of a lifetime for Manu Lewis and Carmen Means.