The Minnesota State Patrol responded to 243 crashes Wednesday as snow dusted parts of the state.
After one of the colder Halloweens in recent years, our arctic feel hasn’t really given up. With a persistent northerly flow in much of the central and eastern U.S. over the last couple of weeks, consistently ushering in air straight from northern Canada, it’s been a pretty bone chilling end to October and start to November. And now it looks like it will easily be the coldest first half of the month since that fateful Halloween blizzard in 1991. The most amazing part about that feat is that it’s been done with very little, if any snow on the ground.
It feels more like the middle of January than the middle of November in the Upper Midwest Tuesday.
Chilly, below average temperatures threw a curveball at some Minnesotans, who were looking to hang onto fall weather a little bit longer.
This Veterans Day is going to be a cold one. The Twin Cities could tie the record for the lowest high temperature for Nov. 11.
To say that the start of November has been cold is an understatement. Temperatures so far this month have been averaging nearly 9 degrees below average… and it’s about to get even colder. A true Arctic air mass will be pushing into the Upper Midwest on Sunday and will allow temperatures to plunge to levels rarely seen in the first half of the month. Potentially cold enough to set some record cold high temperatures.
Minnesota drivers faced their first real test of the season Wednesday morning after snow overnight made for some slick roads.
It's November 6, and the snow is falling in the metro and southern Minnesota.
The Twin Cities are right on the edge of snow accumulations Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
It's going to be a chilly seven days in the Twin Cities area, but Tuesday night, the focus is on some snow that will graze the Twin Cities but could dump 3-5 inches of snow on the I-90 corridor.
Officials are warning drivers of icy roads after several spinouts and crashes early Saturday morning.
The Ice Castles are returning to Minnesota this winter, but this time in a new location at Long Lake Regional Park in New Brighton, Minnesota.
As winter approaches, law enforcement agencies are reminding drivers to scrape their windshields before heading out on the roads to avoid causing a crash.
Last winter's freezing temperatures and mounting snow created the perfect conditions for ice dams, the ridge of ice that can form along the edge of a roof that can cause serious damage. With winter around the corner, one ice dam removal expert says that prevention is key.
The rule protecting Minnesotans from having their heat disconnected in the coldest months takes effect Tuesday.
While it certainly seems really early in the fall to already get some snowflakes in the Twin Cities, turns out, it’s not all that unusual.
On average, the Twin Cities sees its first snowflakes by mid-October. So seeing snowflakes on Friday wasn’t exactly a surprise. But, measurable snowfall - that’s not expected quite yet.
The first flurries flew in Eden Prairie, Minnesota on Oct. 11.
It has been a lackluster year for sunshine in Minnesota, as FOX 9's Cody Matz takes a look at the weather trends.
Weather whiplash! After parts of Minnesota experienced temperatures in the 80s on Monday, by Thursday, northern Minnesota was seeing its first snow accumulation of the season.