It's only early April and some below average temperatures look more likely next week as cold air spills out of Alaska and Canada, which would spell another widespread freeze for much of Minnesota.
A grass fire burned near Glacier Ridge National Wildlife Refuge Monday afternoon due to low humidity levels and strong winds. (Carl Jones/Twitter)
Video from Rapid City, South Dakota shows smoke rising from a brush fire that prompted evacuations of part of the city Monday. (Courtesy: @wxcandyse on Twitter)
Parts of the state got a spring snow day Monday, with up to a foot of snow falling in southern Minnesota and 2-5 inches in the Twin Cities metro.
A massive snowstorm is bringing some much-needed relief to Colorado, as some parts of the state are suffering severe drought. Some areas have already gotten 9 inches of snow - and others could see up to two feet by Monday morning.
Rain, snow and hail fell Wednesday in a strange day of severe weather across Minnesota.
FOX 9 Chief Meteorologist Ian Leonard participated in a polar plunge as part of a fundraiser for Special Olympics Minnesota.
With warmer temperatures coming, Minnesotans are enjoying the end of winter activities and looking forward to spring.
Eight Minnesota snowplows have new names this week after more than 122,000 Minnesotans voted in MnDOT’s Name a Snowplow contest last month.
A Twin Cities group called The Submergents takes a daily dip in a local lake for a jolt to get themselves going.
The snow continues to fall Sunday morning, with a winter weather advisory in effect for much of southern Minnesota and the Twin Cities.
After some sun and warmer temperatures on Saturday, winter weather returned Sunday, bringing snowflakes across parts of the state.
The cold spell that the Midwest and south faced earlier this month put a strain on energy resources and is now leading to some homeowners facing a surcharge for natural gas.
With another coating of snow on Sunday and the 17th consecutive day with temperatures below freezing, we have certainly maintained a pretty healthy snow pack in many areas from January through much of February.
The surge in pricing is hitting Texans who have chosen to pay wholesale prices for their power, which is typically cheaper than paying fixed rates during good weather.
A Democratic senator is calling for federal investigations into possible price gouging of natural gas in the Midwest and other regions following severe winter storms that plunged Texas and other states into a deep freeze that caused power outages in millions of homes and businesses.
This art teacher hopes her students will still go play outside on “snow days,” even though they’re learning remotely at home.
After nearly two weeks in the freezer, temps in Minnesota are warming up, making for some opportunities to enjoy the winter weather.
As pipes thaw, more emergencies at homes and businesses will happen across North Texas. One Dallas woman's car was covered in ice after she parked under a pipe that burst.
Officials in Texas say the winter storm that knocked out power and water to millions of residents is providing an opportunity for some unscrupulous merchants to take advantage of the situation by charging exorbitant prices for essential supplies.