All was quiet on the weather front overnight, with chilly temperatures once again settling over the Arrowhead. Ely and Hibbing checked in with 37 degrees at 5 a.m. A layer of clouds was moving across southwest Minnesota and early morning temperatures were already in the 60s. Heavy rains have left a large portion of the corn belt Read more →
Heading up north this weekend? Temperatures will not be all that warm and bouts of showers could dampen outdoor activities.
We preach, during a tornado, if you can’t seek below ground shelter, put as many walls between you and the elements as you can.
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