This October is now the snowiest October on record for the Twin Cities.
The past year has been a struggle for any business to survive with one of the hardest-hit industries being restaurants.
You may have noticed the sky has a strange tint to it today. That’s due to a combination of a large number of ice crystals in the atmosphere and smoke from wildfires in Colorado that has made its way to Minnesota.
Snowy conditions in central and west central Minnesota have caused a number of crashes Thursday, leading the Minnesota State Patrol to put out a warning about potentially "treacherous" conditions.
Temps will stay near freezing today, while it stays cold through the weekend.
A wild weather day is ahead for the Twin Cities metro, which could see a little bit of everything from snow to sleet to freezing rain to thunder and lightning.
Tuesday’s October snowstorm dropped a whopping 10.8 inches on the town of Sedan in west central Minnesota—the highest snow total in the state.
Road conditions are deteriorating across Minnesota as an early season snowstorm hits the state.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 will go down as Minnesota's earliest 3+ inch snowfall ever and the 2nd largest October daily snowfall for MSP Airport, according to the record books, which go back 140 years.
Rain should arrive Thursday with snow in Northern Minnesota.
Hurricane Epsilon, the 10th of this very busy Atlantic season, is moving toward Bermuda and could hit the island on Thursday.
Xcel Energy crews are working to restore power after heavy, wet snow knocked out power for thousands of customers in Minnesota.
While many adults weren't too happy to see Tuesday's early snow, plenty of kids were ready to jump into the yard and build snowmen and even festive "pumpkins."
A record-breaking October snowstorm was not enough to keep a windsurfer off the water Tuesday in Minneapolis.
Some hearty Minnesotans were out enjoying the first big snow of the year, but FOX 9’s Karen Scullin was not one of them.
Early season snow is on the way for the Twin Cities metro and much of Greater Minnesota.
Yeah, we'll see snow (possibly a couple inches), but it won't stick around for long.
Yep...snow possible Tuesday
A powerful earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean south of the Alaska Peninsula on Monday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The 7.5-magnitude earthquake prompted the National Tsunami Center to issue a tsunami warning for south Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula.
Much of Minnesota is preparing for the potential of the first accumulating snow of the season, but just how much we will see is still a bit of question mark.