NWS: Tornado Touched Down North Of Glenville MondayThe National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado touched down just north of Glenville Monday.
Possible Tornado, Severe Storms Batter Northwestern Minn.It became calm and clear in the Twin Cities Friday night, but severe storms -- and a possible tornado -- swept through northern Minnesota.
Minnesota Weather: Rounds Of Rain, Possible Severe Weather This WeekendAfter the hottest day in 240 days Thursday, temps are cooling down and storms are expected to roll in later Friday evening.
Minnesota Weather: With The Warmth, Storms Will Soon FollowA gorgeous day is in store for Wednesday with plenty of sun and warmth, but wet, possibly severe weather will be in the mix for the rest of the week.
For 125 Years, A Chippewa County Family Has Been Recording WeatherFor 125 years, one Minnesota family has been helping to make sure our weather experts get the forecast right.
Flooding Leaves 4 Dead Across Midwest; Waters Rise To Historic LevelsThe latest round of flooding in the Midwest has claimed at least four lives, closed hundreds of roads and forced residents of threatened towns to shore up threatened levees with sandbags.
Minnesota Weather: Above-Average Warmth Tuesday With Heavy Rain Expected WednesdayThat coat won’t be needed Tuesday afternoon as above-average temperatures in the mid-60s are expected. But a raincoat might be needed Wednesday.
Minnesota Weather: Snow Melt Continues With Rain/Storms Expected MidweekSnow will slowly melt Monday, but with warm temperatures on the way, expect that snowpack to disappear by Tuesday.
No Shortage Of Defenders For TV Meteorologist Fired Over Racial SlurA TV meteorologist in the upstate New York city of Rochester has had no shortage of defenders after he was fired for apparently uttering a racial slur on air. WHEC fired Jeremy Kappell after he was accused of referring to a park in his weather report as "Martin Luther Coon King Jr. Park."
Good Question: How Do Birds Survive Minnesota Winters?Not all Minnesota birds head for warmer temperatures in the winter. Birds like woodpeckers, sparrow, crows, hawks and some robins end up sticking it out up north.
Light Snow Storm Causes 400 Crashes On Minnesota RoadsWCCO-TV Meteorologist Chris Shaffer says the light snow storm that kicked off Wednesday afternoon will be gone by Thursday morning’s commute. But despite low snow totals, the system wreaked havoc on Minnesota roads.
Ahead Of More Snow, MnDOT Outlines Pre-Treating ProtocolThe Minnesota Department of Transportation can't change people's driving habits, but they do have a special system in place to help ensure your car doesn't end up in the ditch. “We have several bridges in the metro area that have anti-icing systems on them,” said MnDOT Communications Director Kevin Gutknecht. One of those bridges is Interstate 35-E over the Mississippi River. A system detects the weather and sprays out a chemical to stop the formation of ice.
Light Snow Storm To Hit Minnesota WednesdayThe cold temperatures will soon come to an end, but not before we get hit with some snow. Snow and mixed precipitation in the Dakota is heading east Tuesday night, and Minnesota will likely have a Winter Weather Advisory Wednesday due to this system. Light snow should reach the Twin Cities by lunchtime, making Wednesday evening’s commute an extra slow one.
Labor Shortage Hits Auto Body And Service ShopsWith our winter storm knocking at the doorstep, auto body shops are bracing for a rush in business. Slippery roads will certainly send them a flurry of fender benders needing repair. But the tight labor market has many shops struggling to find enough qualified technicians, and that can mean some long waits.
Natural Gas Prices Spike As Early Cold Settles InThe cost to heat most homes in Minnesota and Wisconsin may go up this winter. Natural gas prices jumped to their highest in four years Wednesday. Low supply and a frigid forecast may be to blame.