The National Weather Service is saying that a strong storm system will move into our area beginning Wednesday with showers, light rain mixing with snow, possibly changing to all snow (with the best chance of snow across Central and East Central Minnesota into Western Wisconsin) late Thursday into Friday.
Sure I love this Indian Summer weather we're having; I mean who am I to complain about 70˚ in November? The team at climate.gov is here to tell us when we should expect that first significant snowfall, and I'm here to tell you how to win a $50 McDonald's Arch Card for guessing it correctly.
Pretty soon it's going to look like this picture of Kaycee in the snow and I'm going to be honest, I'm not too excited about that. In fact, I'm literally counting down the minutes until I can go home because it's soooo nice out today!
Last night on the channel 5 news, Dave Dahl hinted that parts of Minnesota could see snow next Wednesday. I for one love the first snows of the year. (I just need it to be spring in February). We'll track the possible snow for you. Here's when the snow typically starts to fly in St. Cloud.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts that a strong El Nino in the Pacific Ocean will likely cause a warmer and drier than average winter across Central Minnesota for 2015-2016.
With the first chill of the season settling in on us here in Minnesota, it's time to take a few proactive steps to ensure we stay safe and warm this winter. About 10% of residential fires are related to heating, so consider this list from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and find out what to do before the first cold snap.
Cover your plants again tonight, as the National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for Benton County and points north and east. Plants and vegetation left outdoors could be damaged or possibly killed if left uncovered. Overnight temps are expected to drop into the low to mid thirties.
The time to cover your plants has arrived in Central Minnesota, as the National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for tonight for Benton County and points north. Plants and vegetation left outdoors could be damaged or possibly killed if left uncovered. Overnight temps are expected to drop into the low to mid thirties.
The time to cover your plants has arrived in Central Minnesota, as the National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for tonight across the area. Plants and vegetation left outdoors could be damaged or possibly killed if left uncovered. Overnight temps are expected to drop into the low to mid thirties.
It's going to be a rainy couple of days here in Central Minnesota -- but things are looking great for the weekend ahead. We could see up to 2 inches of rain between now and Thursday. Reminder that in Minnesota, having your headlights on when it's raining is the law.
The National Weather Service says a cold front will pass through the region tonight, and ahead of it warm and breezy conditions can be expected today along with periods of showers and thunderstorms -- and some of the thunderstorms could be severe. We'll have any watches and warnings for you on 98.1.
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