There’s nothing quite like spring in Minnesota, when the elements conspire to ruin your outdoor parties, delay your home projects, kill your baseball and, occasionally, attempt to kill you. Read more →
Temperatures will struggle to reach zero across the state tomorrow — and a number of schools will be closed due to the frigid weather. The list of districts that will be closed tomorrow includes: Anoka-Hennepin Bloomington Eastern Carver County Eden Prairie Edina Hudson, Wis. Minneapolis Minnetonka Orono Prior Lake-Savage Richfield St. Louis Park St. Paul Read more →
Midwesterners have a reputation for tolerating, even embracing winter. But this long winter is testing even the most hearty among them.
Freezing rain and snow soaks Minnesota in a late winter storm. Downed trees and dangerous road conditions reported across the state. Here is a look at what people are saying and sharing on social media about the storm.
Ice covered much of Southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota as a large multi-day winter storm plowed through the Midwest.
A two inch rain on top of melting snow could quickly change the flood outlook.
Minnesotans embrace an unseasonably warm spring after a mild winter.
About 5,000 geese arrived this week at the Talcott Lake Wildlife Management Area near Worthington, Minn.
A Leap Day winter storm dumped a blanket of ice and heavy, wet snow across northern Minnesota and Wisconsin causing car accidents, power outages and closing public gatherings. Further south, in Illinois, tornadoes broke out leaving 6 dead and over 100 injured.
A semi-trailer headed eastbound on Interstate 94 drove off the road onto a pond near Monticello this morning, then broke through the thin ice and sank.