Our official high temperature reached 90 degrees Saturday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. That tied our record high temp for September 23 in the Twin Cities. According to the Twin Cities office of the National Weather Service, our official Twin Cities high temperature has only reached 90 degrees or warmer on or after September 22 on Read more →
Our Saturday will be steamy for some Minnesotans, but cool and wet for others. A stationary front runs diagonally from southwestern Minnesota to the northeast. Heat index values are expected to climb into the 90s Saturday afternoon to the southeast of the front: Head west for cooler conditions. Head east for warmer conditions. #mnwx #wiwx Read more →
Twin Cities high temps are expected to be around 75 Monday, 70 Tuesday, then in the mid 60s Wednesday and Thursday of next week.
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Friday will be steamy for central and southern Minnesota, even though astronomical autumn starts Friday afternoon. Read more →
Our stretch of warm September weather has hit a speed bump. Most of southern and central Minnesota will see highs in the 60s Sunday afternoon, although a few spots in the Twin Cities metro area and to the southeast could touch 70 degrees. Highs in the 50s are expected in about the northern third of Read more →
If your lawn or garden needs some rain, you could be in luck. The steadiest rains Saturday morning have been over southeastern Minnesota, but there have been scattered showers and thunderstorms elsewhere. A cold front will move slowly through Minnesota this afternoon and evening, and some additional showers and thunderstorms are expected. The National Oceanic Read more →
Friday highs are expected to range from the 60s in northern Minnesota to the upper 80s and a few 90 degree readings in the south. On Saturday, highs are expected to range from the 50s northwest to the 80s southeast. Read more →
Minnesota highs this Thursday will range from the 60s in far northwestern Minnesota to upper 80s and a few 90 degree readings in the south.
Powerful Hurricane Irma spread destructive winds, dangerous storm surges and heavy rain over much of Florida on Sunday. Irma’s first Florida landfall was at 9:10 a.m. EDT in the Florida Keys: Hurricane Irma made a second Florida landfall Sunday afternoon, at Marco Island on Florida’s southwest coast: Hurricane #Irma makes landfall at Marco Island, Florida Read more →
Hurricane Irma was a Category 4 (major) hurricane Sunday morning as her eye approached the Florida Keys: Irma’s center was 20 miles east-southeast of Key West, Florida at 8 a.m. EDT, with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph. Here’s the Sunday morning Irma update from the National Hurricane Center: BULLETIN Hurricane Irma Intermediate Advisory Number 45A Read more →