Snow Is On The Roads, Drivers Advised To Take CautionThe metro area's first accumulating snow, falling on relatively warm roads.
Due To Spike In Natural Gas Prices, Consumers Expected To Pay Around $40 More A Month On Heating BillsAssistance is being offered for winter heating bills for those who are eligible.
Experts Say Minnesota Is Already Facing Effects Of Climate ChangeWorld leaders met in Scotland Monday in order to accelerate plans to curb climate change. Experts in Minnesota say the state is already grappling with its effects.
Supply Chain Problems Lead To Limited Furnace SupplyLike many industries, supply of furnaces and their parts is backed up.
Here's How To Ensure Your Furnace Is Winter-ReadyWith a chilly week ahead, many homeowners may be thinking of turning on their furnaces for the first time this season.
'We Might Run Out Of Them': Minnesotans Buying Snow Blowers Anticipating Supply Chain IssuesDiamond Lake Hardware in Minneapolis sells a tool called The Ultimate Scraper. The product, used for clearing driveways and sidewalks of ice and snow, is made in North Dakota. With the supply issues in many industries, even something made so close to Minnesota still might run out this season.
Climatologist: Minnesota Winters Are 'Changing Pretty Quickly Before Our Eyes'Climate experts say winters are trending milder, and that impacts activates and businesses many Minnesotans love -- as well as things that are often unseen.
'A Light, Positive Season': The Scandinavian Approach To Winter Minnesotans have long had a love/hate relationship with winter. But with COVID-19 this year, it may be a little tougher to love the season. Mental health experts warn winter dread could have a “double whammy” effect, because not only will it be colder and darker, but many are isolated because of the virus. That's where the international experts come into play. WCCO did some exploring and found some Scandinavian secrets to embracing winter.
After A Taste Of Winter In October, Now's The Time To Get Your Home Cold-Weather ReadyThe record-breaking October snow is just about gone, and now home experts recommend winterizing before the cold weather returns.
Good Question: Why Do We Practice Daylight Saving Time?This Sunday at 2 a.m., most Americans will "fall back" and gain an extra hour when we revert to standard time. The first Sunday of November is the end of almost eight months of Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Ice Castles Not Returning To Minnesota This Winter Due To COVID-19 PandemicA popular winter attraction will not be returning to the Twin Cities this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.