Minnesota will experience rather quiet weather (especially compared to the East Coast), but colder temperatures are in store as we move through the work week. Read more →
A cold front dips south on Friday bringing more January-like temperatures.
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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 →
After a relatively mild start to the work week, with above normal temperatures. An arctic surge may startle us later next week.
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For east central Minnesota and Wisconsin the best period for accumulating snowfall looks to occur from late Saturday evening to daybreak on Sunday. Read more →
Highs are expected to top out in the 30s across a large part of the state on Friday. There’s the potential for an accumulating snow event across the upper Midwest for the weekend. Read more →
Another snow-producing system is expected to swing through Wisconsin on Saturday night with the potential for several inches of accumulation. Read more →
Once again it appears that far northwest Minnesota will miss out on the next snow event. So far this season, Fargo, N.D. has accumulated 4.5 inches of snow, with 0.9 inches falling in December. All of Minnesota will experience colder temperatures as we close out December and move into January. The Weather Prediction Center favors Read more →
Christmas Day temperatures were relatively mild for the season and snow that fell in parts of central and northern Minnesota accumulated generally less than an inch. An inch(1.1) was reported at Moose Lake, in Carlton County, Minnesota. Travel conditions deteriorate this evening. Accumulating snow and colder temperatures will make it look and feel more like Read more →
Another night of cloudy skies resulted in temperatures some 30 degrees above normal over northern Minnesota. At 6 a.m. CST the temperature was 32 degrees at International Falls. Last year on this date, International Falls recorded a record low of 34 below zero. It was 13 below a year ago in the Twin Cities. Some Read more →