Bare ground in Canada may mean warmer temps for Minnesota this fall.
Archives for October 2011
No parkas or polar fleece this year under the costume!
The Halloween Mega-Storm remains the all time biggest snow event in Twin Cities’ history.
The weekend is here, and it looks pretty typical for late October.
Where we’re you in 1991?
It’s been a year since record setting low pressure swept through Minnesota.
So, what can we really expect this winter in Minnesota and the Upper Midwest?
Will November open with Indian Summer?
As is so often the case this time of year, Embarrass, MN is appearing in the national weather summary as the coldest climate station in the lower 48 contiguous states. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Embarrass reported minimum temperatures of 13 degrees F, 14 degrees F, and 18 degrees F, respectively. Coldest in the nation Read more →
Mild Monday starts the week