Xcel Energy Gears Up Extra Crews Ahead Of Winter StormIn Southern Minnesota, we could see snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches an hour in some spots where the heaviest band lines up. It's possible more than a foot falls in the southern part of the state.
Minnesota Weather: Schools Cancelling Classes Ahead Of Winter Storm WarningA snowstorm tracking toward southern Minnesota threatens to dump a half-foot of snow on the Twin Cities on Friday, and already one metro school district has canceled in-person classes.
Minnesota Weather: Storm System Could Bring Plowable Snow Friday To Southern MinnesotaA storm system churning over the Pacific Ocean is expected to hit Minnesota on Friday, likely bringing plowable snow to the southern part of the state, including the Twin Cities metro.
Minnesota Weather: Tuesday Morning Snow Showers Make For Tough CommuteThe bitter cold temperatures Minnesota endured Monday will back off a bit going into the work week, but there's another chance to see an additional coating of snow.
Minnesota Weather: Schools Close As Bitter Cold Moves InMeteorologist Riley O'Connor says we are expecting the cold to stick around Monday. Flurries can be expected early Monday, but we clear out with cold sunshine expected.
Minnesota Weather: Monday Will Be Season's Coldest Yet, With Flash Freeze Causing Icy CommuteMore snow is on the way Sunday, particularly in northeastern Minnesota, where more than 18 inches could fall in some parts.
Minnesota Weather: 6+ Inches Of Snow Possible Up North Over The WeekendThe first weekend of December will bring a wintry blast to northern Minnesota, where residents could see their backyards turned into winter wonderlands, with over 6 inches of snow stacked up.
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.
The Best Ways To Stay Warm Outside On The Coldest Minnesota DaysThe change of season is no reason to avoid embracing the outdoors.
30 Years Later, Minnesota Still Awed By Epic Halloween Blizzard Of 1991As the Twin Cities woke up, the snow picked up, at times falling two inches an hour. The wet, heavy snow collapsed rooftops and stranded fire fighters. Police swapped their squads for snowmobiles to navigate the roads while others used skis to get down the street.