After a spell of cool-ish, early autumn-like weather, we begin a moderation in temperatures today and the winds will be down. Read more →
Our latest mixed monthly metaphor low pressure system swirls toward Lake Superior today. Southerly flow kicks in behind the system tomorrow and summer returns. Read more →
A rare October-like storm system in August spins north over Lake Superior Wednesday. The system defies analog storms from the Twin Cities NWS for the month of August. In fact, the low pressure center may rival the lowest summertime pressure readings at MSP Airport as it passes overhead. Read more →
Our seasonally unusual and well advertised storm system is here. Waves of rain are marching north through the Upper Midwest. Winds build today and tomorrow as an unusual fall-like storm winds up and races through Minnesota over the next 36 hours. Read more →
The weather maps are getting a little ahead of themselves.
An unusually strong fall-like low pressure system winds up and spins toward Minnesota Tuesday. Read more →
The weather maps look a little scary for late August. An unseasonably powerful wrapped up low pressure system spins into Minnesota by Wednesday. The system brings wind, widespread rainfall and much colder temperatures. Read more →
Expect showers and T-Storms coverage to increase in southern Minnesota including the Twin Cities metro late afternoon and through Sunday night into Monday morning. Local rainfall totals of 1″ to 3″ look likely, with some heavier totals possible.
The Twin Cities NWS has issued a flash flood watch through Monday morning. Read more →
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are on the weather menu today and tonight. The highest risk for any severe weather? Eastern South Dakota and southwest Minnesota. Read more →
One thing you learn quickly as a practicing broadcast meteorologist is all weather is subjective. One person’s weather trash is another’s meteorological treasure. With that caveat, this may be the ‘best’ summer on record for many Minnesotans. Read more →
Our weather winning streak continues Wednesday. The next low pressure wave arrives Thursday with scattered thundershowers across Minnesota. By Thursday night, more concentrated green blobs start to show up closer to the metro. Read more →