'Ring Of Fire' Solar Eclipse Arrives Thursday Morning, But Will Minnesota See It?On June 10, skywatchers all over the world will be able to view the eclipse. Though, as always, some places will be more ideal than others, and some will miss out entirely.
Why Does The Heat Make Us Feel Crummy?It has been a toasty start to summer. We've broken five temperature records so far this June.
Minnesota Weather: Blistering Heat, Incessant Sun Continue This WeekMinnesota's hot streak is going to stretch over most of the next work week, and the only relief in sight is that the weekend looks to only see highs in the upper 80s.
Heat And Boat Safety Tips Recommended For Extreme TemperaturesThere is a heat advisory through Thursday in Scott, Carver, Washington, Ramsey, Anoka, Hennepin and Dakota counties with temperatures in the middle to upper 90s each afternoon.
Minnesota Weather: Record Heat, Near-100 Degree Temperatures This WeekendGet ready for record-breaking heat this weekend, as temperatures are looking to near 100 degrees in parts of Minnesota.
Meteorological Summer Kicks Off With Hotter-Than-Average TemperaturesJune 1 marks the first day of meteorological summer and Minnesota is seeing above-average temperatures, a trend that will continue for the rest of the week and perhaps the rest of the summer, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Minnesota Weather: Warmer Temperatures, Some Scattered Showers For Memorial Day WeekendThis past week has been both hot and cold, but temperatures will warm up throughout the weekend for a Memorial Day in the 70s. However, there is still a chance for some scattered showers throughout Minnesota on Sunday and Monday.
As Frigid Weather Lingers Into The End Of May, Tips To Keep Your Plants SafeAside from being an annoying way to kick off summer, this chilly weather also puts at risk those outdoor plants or flowers you may have just put in the ground.
As June Approaches, Parts Of Minnesota Are Under Frost AlertWCCO director of meteorology Mike Augustyniak says that parts of Minnesota could see below-freezing temperatures overnight going into Friday.
NOAA Outlook: Hotter-Than-Average Summer On The Way For Parts Of MinnesotaLooking ahead further into the summer months, temperatures are likely above average for the state in July, August, and September.
Weather Timeline: Severe Thunderstorms In Western Wis., Possible In Southern Minn.After a stretch of hot and muggy days, the dew point will drop on Tuesday afternoon, bringing in more comfortable and dry air.