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Cold Weather = Dark Moods. Second Coldest Week of Winter?

40 F. high in the Twin Cities Sunday.33 mph wind gust at 6:53 PM Sunday.27 F. average high on February 7.36 F. high on February7,2015. 4″ snow on the ground at KMSP. February 8, 1996: Showers and thunderstorms bring a … Continue reading

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Little Snow and Lots of Wind; Potential of White-Out Conditions in Western MN

Wintry Sunday Ahead  …WHITEOUT CONDITIONS POSSIBLE LATE SUNDAY INTO EARLY MONDAY….A BLIZZARD WATCH CONTINUES FOR WEST CENTRAL…SOUTHWEST ANDPORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA SUNDAY AFTERNOON THROUGHMONDAY MORNING. THIS WATCH IS LOCATED ALONG AND WEST OF A LINEFROM ALEXANDRIA TO ALBERT LEA.WIND … Continue reading

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White-Out Conditions Sunday Western Minnesota – Did ExxonMobile Lie to Investors About Climate Change?

29 F. high in the Twin Cities Friday.26 F. average high on February 5.19 F. high on February 5, 2015. February 6, 1994: The national low is at Tower, dropping down to -41. Weekend Thaw – “Post Traumatic Weather Disorder” … Continue reading

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Weekend Thaw – Cold Slap Next Week – Benefits of Snow

27 F. high in the Twin Cities on Thursday. 26 F. average high on February 4. 15 F. high on February 4, 2015. 7″ snow on the ground at KMSP. February 5, 1834: Unseasonably mild temperatures are felt at Ft. … Continue reading

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Couple of Minor Snows – Are We Really Seeing Fewer Major Snowfalls in the Twin Cities?

24 F. high temperature in the Twin Cities Wednesday.26 F. average high on February 3.16 F. high on February 3, 2015. 7″ snow on the ground at KMSP. February 4, 1984: The event termed the ‘Surprise Blizzard’ moves across Minnesota … Continue reading

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Digging Out – Five Facts That Reveal a Warming Planet

30 F. high in the Twin Cities  Tuesday.25 F. average high on February 2.16 F. high on February 2, 2015. February 3, 1989: Bitterly cold temperatures occur across Minnesota with lows in the 40-below-zero range in the north.February 3, 1947: … Continue reading

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Plowable Snowfall PM Hours Today – Blizzard Potential South of Minnesota River

36 F. high in the Twin Cities Monday.25 F. average high on February 2.21 F. high on February 2, 2015. February 2, 1996: The all-time state record low temperature is set in Minnesota. With numerous media folk present, the low … Continue reading

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Grazed by a Tuesday Blizzard – Climate Refugee Crisis Only Beginning

41 F. high in the Twin Cities Sunday.25 F. average high on January 31.28 F. high on January 31, 2015. + 1.5 F. January temperatures are running 1.5 degrees warmer than average at MSP,  as of January 30. 1″ snow … Continue reading

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43F on Saturday – Another Arctic Smack Brewing – Snow Potential Diminishes for Tuesday

43 F. high in the Twin Cities Saturday.25 F. average high on January 30 (up 2 degrees since mid-month).27 F. high on January 30, 2015. 2″ snow left on the ground at KMSP.January 31, 1893: The temperature drops 40 degrees … Continue reading

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Mild and Somewhat Slushy This Weekend

Friday Morning Fire in the SkyThanks to Rob Koch from Scandia and @DKayserWX from Eden Prairie for the beautiful pictures below from Friday morning’s sunrise!! Mild and Somewhat Slushy This WeekendBy Todd Nelson, Filling in for Douglas We’re nearly through the first … Continue reading

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