You knew it would happen again sooner or later. Temperatures in Minnesota take a nosedive the next few days as winter returns to the forecast.
Northwest winds gust to 45 miles per hour today as colder air pours in from Canada. A family of cold fronts sweeps across Minnesota in the next 48 hours. Today’s cold front brings us back to average. This weekend’s arctic front delivers a shot of noticeably colder air with sub-zero chills. Arctic high pressure noses south behind the weekend front.
That’s the tried and true weather wisdom coming out of the big northeast cities today as we add up inches and calculate wind gusts. Your local weatherman? In Philly, New Jersey and New York City he’s a weather terrorist. In Boston and Nantucket, a local her Read more →
The snow-making system that has been showing up on the computer models since midweek is just beginning to show mixed precipitation in North Dakota. The most recent short term model output continues the trend of lighter amounts, with no clear bulls-eye of heavy accumulation. Snow, mixed at times with rain in the Minnesota River Valley, Read more →