March is the snowiest month of the year in St. Cloud -- so we shouldn't be too surprised, but according to the National Weather Service we're in for 2-3 inches of snow beginning Monday night into Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says that we are in for a mixed bag of winter weather across Central Minnesota for Sunday and Monday -- with snow, and maybe even freezing rain and drizzle possible as two waves of winter weather will affect our area.
Love may (or may not be) in the air on Valentine's Day in St. Cloud, but one thing's for sure -- Spring sure will be. After February has rolled off nothing but below average temps, Wednesday will deliver a 40º+ high.
The National Weather Service has growing confidence that a winter storm could impact our area Sunday through Monday. A wintry mix, snow, and strong winds are all possibilities -- but it's early for specifics. Stay tuned, download the 98.1 mobile app, and opt in for weather alerts.
The National Weather Service says we could see a few inches of snow across Central Minnesota Wednesday night and Thursday -- along with moderating temperatures, but they won't last long as we head back to the deep freeze to ring in the new year.
Christmas hasn't been this cold in St. Cloud in 20 years -- and this year the temperatures will be more of the same all the way to the New Year. Maybe this time around a lump of coal or two wouldn't be the worst thing you could get in your stocking.
Good news for Christmas travelers as the National Weather Service is saying that some parts of Central Minnesota now might not see any snow at all this week -- although areas north of St. Cloud could still see a few inches Wednesday.
According to the National Weather Service, a winter storm capable of producing significant snowfall will move out of the Rockies reaching us Wednesday through Friday -- followed by very cold air with below-zero or single digit highs.