What to expect in our weekend skies.
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At least one Twin Cities lake is nearing an all-time record low water level this summer, and others are dropping fast.
Around the world, this summer has been one of the most bizarre on record.
Once again, the Twin Cities missed out on much-needed rain. Why is this happening?
Seattle: Hottest day ever
It’s cool in Minnesota, but the Pacific Northwest is baking under 100+ degree temps.
A wall of showers is heading our way from South Dakota.
We’re on track. I’m watching a hopeful set of forecast models hinting at a decent soaking rain tomorrow night into Thursday. The models look consistent and promising, but when you’re in a drought the meteorologist is always asking…”Okay what can go wrong here?” So far not much. If anything the tendency with these systems that Read more →
Minnesota’s crop report today is mostly good news. It’s also a bit surprising in a drought year for much of the state. Seventy-five percent of Minnesota’s corn crop is in good or excellent condition. Sixty-nine percent of soybeans are also rated good to excellent. Some crop development is behind the 5-year average, but overall things Read more →
Forecast: Soaking rain?