It was a wet snow that wasn’t easy to shovel. Now we can relax a bit. Our official Twin Cities season snowfall total is now 48 inches. That puts us 3.8 inches above our average season snowfall total through March 6. It’s not your imagination if it seems snowier than normal lately! Snowstorm tally The Read more →
Our fresh snow cover is beautiful to look at, but some of us still have to finish our shoveling and plowing. It’s nice that we have plenty of snow for cross-country skiing, sledding and snowboarding: By late Sunday morning, there were already a lot of people sliding down the hill (below the water tower) at Read more →
Northern Minnesota saw some generous snow totals on Sunday: I also saw a report of 10 inches in Bemidji and 8 inches in Bagley. Additional reports will come in, but we already have some impressive snow totals! You can check the National Weather Service snow report map for updated snow totals. If you’re checking the Read more →
Saturday highs will be mostly in the teens, but some spots in the northwest could top out in the single digits again.
There’s been some buzz about this being the coldest Super Bowl ever. It might be better to say that this is the coldest host city temperature on a Super Bowl Sunday. At least we’ll have plenty of sunshine! GOES-16 showed the sun rising on a snow covered but crystal clear #BoldNorth this morning. #mnwx #wiwx Read more →
Highs will be in the single digits over most Minnesota on Super Bowl Sunday.
As of 6 p.m. Sunday, the official snow total was 2.1 inches at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. It continued to snow beyond 6 p.m., so the official snow tally at midnight will be higher than 2.1 inches. The National Weather Service office in Chanhassen reported an 8 p.m. total of 3.1 inches. This 3.5 inch Read more →
We’ve seen this movie before. Flakes fall, then the skies clear and temperatures drop sharply. Yesterday’s snow brightened up our landscape, and now we have the arctic chill. Advisories Wind chill advisories continue across most of Minnesota this Friday morning: The advisory for all of northern Minnesota expires at noon Friday, and it’s for wind Read more →
Snow will continue this Sunday evening over about the southern half of Minnesota, then it tapers off north to south late Sunday night. Here’s how radar might look as we go through Sunday night and into early Monday: We’re already seeing some impressive snow totals through late Sunday afternoon: 8.0 inches at Wabasso, which is southwest of Read more →
We all know that Friday’s snowstorm was a big deal in southern Minnesota, but a no-show in most of the Twin Cities metro area. Some parts of the south and east metro had minor snow accumulations on Friday, but most of the metro area didn’t see any snow. The view from space this Saturday morning Read more →