The weekend still looks like a split decision. Saturday looks like the sunnier drier day of the weekend right now, with chances for showers increasing Sunday. Read more →
Torrential rain late this afternoon and early this evening has caused flooding in parts of the Twin Cities metro area. A flood warning is in effect for parts of the metro until 1130 pm: FLOOD STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN 617 PM CDT SAT JUN 28 2014 FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR WESTERN WASHINGTON, Read more →
We’ll see quite a few dry, sunny summery hours this weekend but scattered strong to severe storms will rumble at times. Read more →
Several waves of rain and thunder are likely through this weekend across Minnesota. Read more →
Saturday should be the better day of the weekend for most of us. Isolated showers or even thunderstorms could pop up with the heating of the day but the risk of anything strong is very small. Read more →
Weather history in progress Welcome to the wettest year, to date, ever recorded in the Twin Cities. Yes, this has never happened before in your lifetime. 25.05 inches and counting precipitation at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in 2014 Wettest year on record to date +4 inches vs. 2001 (previous wettest year through June 20) 4.66 inches rainfall Read more →
This definitely falls under the category of “don’t try this at home.” Check out the video of this kayaker taking the plunge over raging Minnehaha Falls from reondompls posted Thursday evening on Instagram. Apparently he landed it clean according to Instagram comment. No word on the eventual condition of the kayaker. Minnehaha Creek reached an all time Read more →
The weather insanity continues this morning around Minnesota. Multiple flash flood warnings are in effect.
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The swirling mass of moisture overhead and endless torrential rainfall is starting to take a toll on crops in southern Minnesota.
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The forecast still suggest we may be seeing the light at the end of this waterlogged tunnel. The latest trends suggest drier days ahead. Friday, Saturday and a good chunk of next week may actually be rain free. Read more →