A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for most of the state until 3 a.m. Saturday. This watch does not include the Twin Cities metro, though late Friday into early Saturday we can expect a line of strong to severe storms to arrive from the Dakotas and move across Minnesota from the west to the east. Main threats will be damaging winds, hail, and heavy rain. Expect a clearing sky with plenty of sunshine by Saturday afternoon.
A man in Douglas County, Minnesota died when a tree fell on the camper he was in during a storm late Monday night.
After storms rolled through Minnesota Monday night, FOX 9’s Rob Olson was live on site to survey how communities are dealing with the damage.
Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Sholly said the world-renowned park will be able to accommodate fewer visitors for the time being.
The state is aware of at least 2,000 cattle deaths in the southwest region, but that number could be higher.
Montana National Guard says troops have rescued 87 people from floodwaters.
Excessive heat warnings and heat advisories remained in effect on Wednesday from Michigan to northern Florida.
Park officials say over 10,000 visitors left the nation’s oldest national park after historic flooding tore through the area, washing out bridges and roads.
The combination of heat and humidity could make it feel like 115 degrees in many U.S. locations, forecasters said.
Well-above-average temperatures are expected from the central Rockies across the Plains and into the lower and mid-Mississippi, Tennessee and lower Ohio valleys.
Tropical Storm Alex will continue to move away from the coast with no impact to the US.
There are now 14 confirmed tornadoes from the Memorial Day storms in Minnesota.
It's clear skies throughout the central region, with heat and humidity building throughout the area into Sunday.
As of Friday afternoon, this developing system located less than 400 miles southwest of Fort Myers, Florida, was producing clusters of showers and thunderstorms.
The snowmelt and major downpours of mid-May are still forcing the water up and the people out of Minnesota’s Voyageurs National Park.
Hurricane name lists in the Atlantic are reused every six years — but there is one caveat.
So far this year, the National Weather Service office in the Twin Cities has issued a combined total of 228 warnings through May 31, by far the most warnings issued by the office to this point in the season since these records began getting tracked in 1986
Wadena, Minnesota firefighters were forced to flee for shelter on Monday as a tornado warning was issued while crews were working to put out a massive fire.
The National Weather Service has confirmed four tornadoes in Minnesota from the storms on Memorial Day.
A day after heavy storms rolled throughout Minnesota, multiple communities are dealing with cleanup efforts afterwards.