It's clear skies throughout the central region, with heat and humidity building throughout the area into Sunday.
There is a moderate tornado threat for an area stretching from west of the Twin Cities Metro to southwestern Minnesota, including Brainerd, Willmar and Marshall.
Photographer Shawn Hinnant capture an incredible line of clouds and dust passing through South Dakota near Sioux Falls.
This video taken at 9:30 am Monday shows a downpour of hail n Zimmerman, Minn.
Lingering snow on the North Shore has helped extend the ski season, but it has delayed camping in the Superior National Forest.
After another shot of cold air this week, it feels like we may never break away from our frozen temperatures. However, as cold as it has felt over the last several weeks, there are signs that this may be it for frozen temps…at least in the Twin Cities.
C’ya salt: A study in Wisconsin might have proven a way to clear snowy roads faster and by using less salt.
The short answer: maybe.
Video captured by Fortuna, North Dakota, resident Alex Althoff shows whiteout conditions during the blizzard on Wednesday. Credit: Alex Althoff via Storyful
The days-long spring blizzard dumped more than 20 inches of snow in some areas of North Dakota.
A very pleasant day is expected Monday and will easily be the nicest of the week, but the changes begin already on Tuesday. Clouds and showers arrive along with a big surge of moisture.
As amazing as it may sound, our persistent dustings of snow this week have been...perfectly normal. While the sheer number of hours that we've had flakes falling may be a bit unusual for this time of year, the sole fact that it's snowing at all is perfectly common. The Twin Cities snow season often lasts well into April and can get all the way through much of May... although May snow is far less common.
Happy April! With a wintery mix in the forecast for Sunday afternoon, FOX 9's Alex Lehnert breaks down Minnesota's snow records for April.
After a slushy Wednesday in the metro, we could see some more snow flurries overnight into Thursday morning before skies clear in the afternoon.
A slew of precipitation types moved into Minnesota starting late Tuesday and will continue through Wednesday and Wednesday night. But some areas will see a lot more liquid than others and vice versa.
The winter temperatures in the Twin Cities this year finished below average, the coldest in eight years. But it was also the gustiest in more than five decades, which made it feel so much colder than the thermometer may otherwise have shown.
The Twin Cities metro is waking up to a fresh little coating of snow on our cooler grassy surfaces Wednesday, while parts of northern Minnesota saw over a foot of snow.
After months of snow and ice, opening weekend at the driving range at River Oaks Golf Course in Cottage Grove couldn't come soon enough for some golfers.
It’s the one frozen precipitation that can occur in the middle of a summer heat wave: Hail. Here’s a list of seven facts you may not know about those little (or maybe not so little) pellets of ice:
A few aggressive snow bursts with snowfall rates of one inch per hour helped folks in a narrow band just northwest and north of the immediate Twin Cities metro see 1 to 4 inches or more. Here's what to expect the rest of the day.