Video shows hail falling in slow motion in Beardsley, Minnesota as severe weather moved across the area Tuesday evening. (Chuck Bauer)
The FOX 9 Weather Team has received confirmed reports of a tornado on the ground northeast of Garden City in Blue Earth County Tuesday evening.
FOX 9's Ian Leonard gave a weather update at The Glenn Minnetonka, where a 93-year-old woman is back home recovering after surviving COVID-19
As FOX 9 Chief Meteorologist Ian Leonard put it, "It is a lovely February day...on April 12."
The Minnesota State Patrol responded to 140 crashes statewide Sunday during an Easter snowstorm.
It was a snowy Easter Sunday for most of the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota area as heavy, fat snowflakes fell at a rate of almost an inch per hour.
Don't take our Easter snow storm at face value, as this will not be the "typical snow storm" that we are used to. This is April snow, so it's gonna be heavy, wet, & slushy and will pretty much be in some phase of melting the whole time it exists.
On top of everything else, it is snowing in the Twin Cities metro.
Minnesotans across the state woke up to some spring snowfall, ranging from just a dusting in some areas to nearly 5 inches in northern parts of the state.
Heavy rain is likely in much of central and southern Minnesota Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening. Many spots may wind up with 1 to 2 inches of rain by the time the storm winds down early Sunday morning.
Volunteer firefighters rescued three people and a dog from icy water on Lake Zumbro in southeastern Minnesota Wednesday.
As we head into another warm weekend, many eyes are on our spring flooding outlook.
As the end of the ice fishing season approaches, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers of the upcoming deadlines for the removing their fish houses from the state’s lakes.
While the department realizes it cannot enforce everywhere, it will be keeping a close eye on those who neglect their duty to clean up after themselves when they remove their fish houses this spring.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation said Monday night’s snow compacted down and iced up on the roads overnight, resulting in a slow and slippery commute. The Minnesota State Patrol reported 208 crashes, 155 vehicle spin outs and 11 jackknifed semis between 9:30 p.m. and 9:30 a.m. Eighteen of those crashes resulted in injuries.
One woman was critically injured in a crash Monday afternoon in Oak Grove, Minnesota.
From MSP Airport, to Metro Transit and all the roads across southern Minnesota, some snowy conditions lead to delays Monday.
The airport continued to operate two runways by continuously plowing them throughout the snowfall Monday.
The snow began rolling into Minnesota Monday afternoon, with about 6-8 inches of snow expected in Brown, Nicollet and Sibley counties.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation showed off its "ice breaker" machine that breaks up compacted snow and ice and clears it from the road.