Mixed weather bag It looks like we’ll see a little something for everyone in the next few days in Minnesota’s weather. A weak upper level disturbance will produce some mixed clouds, sun and showers today. A stronger shot of Canadian air brings more widespread showers and thunderstorms tomorrow and a slight risk for severe storms. Read more →
Very heavy rainfall from Friday evening through Saturday morning drenched and flooded parts of Minnesota. Rainfall totals approached 5 inches in Eden Prairie. From the National Weather Service in Chanhassen: A RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.79 INCHES WAS SET AT TWIN CITIES MN YESTERDAY…JULY 13. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 2.03 INCHES SET IN 1919. Waskish, Read more →
About 2 to 3 inches of rain drenched parts of central and southern Minnesota in bouts of storms Thursday night through Sunday morning. Here are the rainfall totals for the week ending Saturday morning. As much as 3 inches of rain fell Saturday afternoon through Saturday night in central and southern Minnesota. When the precipitation amounts are tallied Read more →
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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Record high temperatures
snow all but gone