Snowfall snarls traffic in SE Minnesota and Wisconsin; cold weekend ahead
Mother Nature rolls out a very icy start to March, though temperatures on Thursday could break 32 degrees, particularly in southwest Minnesota.
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Bright sunshine doesn’t bring warmth; snow possible for southeast Minnesota
Snow on Friday should swipe the Twin Cities with a glancing blow. By Sunday afternoon you’ll likely be ready to shed cabin fever and take in an activity. Read more →
Dangerous wind chills Thursday make Minnesota the icebox of the nation
Temperatures will slowly recover today, but afternoon highs are likely to top out about 30 degrees shy of the normal. A nudge of less cold air will start to push into southwest Minnesota overnight. Read more →
Strong winds, falling temperatures and darkness add up to trouble
Wind chill readings will be dangerously low overnight. Be prepared if you venture out after dark.
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Ground blizzard later today; dangerously cold wind chills
The arctic blast retreated slightly into Wisconsin overnight, but the wind chill readings continue to be bitterly cold. Read more →
Coldest winter in more than 35 years; blizzard conditions develop on Wednesday
Arctic air will get re-enforced on Wednesday afternoon as another cold front invades the state of Minnesota. Read more →
Mother Nature’s giving us the cold shoulder
Wind chill advisories blanket the upper Midwest this morning and the cold modifies only slightly this afternoon. The apparent temperature will still feel well below zero this afternoon. Yesterday afternoon, Sioux Falls, S.D., received 2 inches of snow and now has some snow cover. More than 3 inches of snow accumulated at Des Moines, Iowa, Read more →
Snow passing south; cold air going nowhere
Cold temperatures will hang around for awhile. Thaw has been put on the back burner!
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Old Man Winter extends his stay; deep snow cover to hang around
Arctic cold has settled over the upper Midwest and will be firmly established through the week. Read more →
Biting winds and blowing snow follow in the wake of record snowfall
Blustery conditions will continue this morning, but winds will slowly diminish as we work our way through the afternoon. Travel with caution today. Read more →