Snow will be increasing in coverage this morning and fall at varying intensities today and this evening in southern Minnesota. A winter weather advisory has been posted for about the southern third of the state. Snowfall could reach 4 inches later today. Be cautious when traveling today. Drive with headlights on when encountering snowfall. Watch for changeable Read more →
Temperatures dropped below zero over portions of Minnesota last night. The favored area was from around Little Falls to Benson, where both locations reported a minimum reading of 8 below around daybreak. The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport checked in with a low of 8 degrees; 19 degrees below the normal low of 27 for November 14. Read more →
Arctic air will get re-enforced on Wednesday afternoon as another cold front invades the state of Minnesota. Read more →
Wind chill advisories blanket the upper Midwest this morning and the cold modifies only slightly this afternoon. The apparent temperature will still feel well below zero this afternoon. Yesterday afternoon, Sioux Falls, S.D., received 2 inches of snow and now has some snow cover. More than 3 inches of snow accumulated at Des Moines, Iowa, Read more →
Cold temperatures will hang around for awhile. Thaw has been put on the back burner!
Read more →
It looks like we’ll be dominated by high pressure for the weekend and temperatures will be below normal as we begin the final month of the meteorological winter. Read more →
Colder temperatures and a northwest wind will result in very cold wind chill readings later today and overnight. Read more →
I ventured outdoors to soak up some of the warmest readings in a month. Yes, I did say warmest. With a high of 40 degrees in the Twin Cities today, we came up only 6 degrees shy of the record of 46 set in 1959. How about the run-up on the thermometer in Ely in Read more →
Temperatures this morning were in the teens over a large part of the state with wind chill readings in the single digits.