The most vivid auroras in years dazzled onlookers across the northern hemisphere into early this morning. Read more →
Snow lovers rejoice. It’s beginning to look a lot like winter again.
A fresh blanket of snow brings a renewed wintry landscape to the metro and much of central and southern Minnesota. Read more →
The weather should cooperate over most of Minnesota for seeing Thursday’s rare sunset partial solar eclipse.
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It’s called sunspot 2192. It’s way bigger than earth and it’s moving around to the earth facing side of the sun. It’s also increasingly likely to unleash a massive X-class solar flare in the next few days. Read more →
The second eclipse this month will put on a sky show over most of North America Thursday. This one is a partial solar eclipse, and a rare sunset eclipse for Minnesota and the Mississippi Valley. Read more →
Weather models hint at a string of milder days in the mid to upper 60s as we slowly drift toward the end of October. Read more →
This one will be a rare ‘selenelion’ eclipse, with both the moon and sun visible at the same time over a big chunk of North America at sunrise/moonset. Read more →
Wednesday’s lunar eclipse will be a rare treat, with the moon setting in the west as the sun rises in the east. Read more →
The inner core of the Twin Cities metro area may escape a hard frost, but temperatures in the lower 30s are likely in the outer suburbs. Read more →
Our premature, unseasonably cool Canadian air mass sets the stage for some frosty nights in parts of Minnesota as we head toward the weekend. Friday morning’s frosty focus centers on northwest Minnesota and North Dakota. The Red River Valley is ground zero for frost advisories. Here’s the bigger picture. URGENT – WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER Read more →