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 →
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 →
Sunday’s wintry mix changed to a chilly rain yesterday evening. Before the changeover to light rain and drizzle, 3 inches of snow accumulated in International Falls. Three to 3.5 inches of snow were reported at Seeley (Sawyer County, Wis.) and Butternut (Ashland County, Wis.). Overnight, the light rain changed back to snow in northeast Minnesota. Snow cover Read more →
Temperatures dropped below zero over portions of Minnesota last night. The favored area was from around Little Falls to Benson, where both locations reported a minimum reading of 8 below around daybreak. The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport checked in with a low of 8 degrees; 19 degrees below the normal low of 27 for November 14. Read more →
Skies are likely to be mostly clear through much of the night in central and eastern Minnesota. More sub zero readings are possible on Saturday morning and some areas south of the Twin Cities may see 4 inches of snow.
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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 →
An icy jolt is setting us up for another bout of snow and wallop of biting arctic air. Read more →
Our next weather-maker is in the upstream wind flow pattern moving across Montana. Snow will increase in coverage through the Dakotas overnight.
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