In many ways, Sunday’s tornadic supercell was the perfect storm. It was the “lead” supercell in a cluster of storms. That means it had an uninterrupted feed of moisture rich, warm unstable air into the southeast side of the storm. The lead storms in these supercell clusters have been identified as the ones to watch Read more

Don’t know yet if we recorded the nation’s lowest temperature this morning in Minnesota, but we set some record lows for the date from preliminary data. These include…. International Falls 25 F Waskish 28 F Hibbing 24 F Orr 27 F Crane Lake 28 F Cook 27 F Big Fork 26 F Bemidji tied record Read more