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Coldest Air of the Season Surges South Rest of Week

First Cold Blast of the SeasonThe first cold blast of the season to impact much of the nation is on its way into the Lower 48 now. Take a look at the temperature anomaly loop below, which shows much cooler … Continue reading

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Mild Monday. Single Digit Wind Chills Midweek

Snowy Start on Sunday Many of us woke up to a slushy coating of snow on Sunday after a quick moving system rolled overnight Saturday/AM Sunday. It wasn’t much, but it cause several accidents and spin outs as area roads … Continue reading

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Slushy start for some on Sunday. Colder this week

Big Snow on the Big IslandHawaii’s highest peak could get up to another foot of snow Sunday, on top of the 2 feet that have fallen since Thursday, the National Weather Service says. A winter storm warning is in effect for the summits of Mauna … Continue reading

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Mild through Monday. First Cold Blast Next Week

3rd Wettest January – November on Record for the Twin CitiesYear to date precipitation through December 1st saw 38.18″ of precipitation in the Twin Cities, which is 8.69″. According to the Twin Cities NWS, the first 11 months of 2016 … Continue reading

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The Weather Honeymoon Is Almost Over – Early Taste of January Brewing

39 F. high temperature in the Twin Cities yesterday.32 F. average high on December 1.34 F. high on December 1, 2015. December 2, 1985: Record low highs are set in north and east central Minnesota with temperatures ranging from the … Continue reading

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Welcome to Meteorological Winter! It Will Feel Like Winter Next Week

40 F. high temperature in the Twin Cities Wednesday.33 F. average high on November 30.35 F. high on November 30, 2015. .04″ rain fell at MSP International yesterday. December 1, 1998: The warmest December day ever in the Twin Cities … Continue reading

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Why Meteorologists Overpredict Snowfall Amounts – Major Storm Potential Next Week?

+10.3 F. November temperatures are running more than 10F warmer than average at MSP, to date. 38 F. high in the Twin Cities Tuesday.33 F. average high on November 29.34 F. high on November 29, 2015. November 30, 2006: Lake … Continue reading

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New Minnesota Rainfall Record – A Better Way to Rate Winter Storms?

.97″ rain fell yesterday at KMSP.55 F. maximum temperature yesterday in the Twin Cities.34 F. average high on November 28.30 F. high on November 28, 2015. November 29, 1991: Parts of central Minnesota receive heavy snow including a record 16 … Continue reading

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Feels Like December By Late Week – Perils of "Thunderstorm Asthma"

40 F. high temperature in the Twin Cities on Sunday.34 F. average high on November 27.27 F. high on November 27, 2015. November 28, 1983: Widespread snowfall occurs across much of central Minnesota with snowfall totals at or above 1 … Continue reading

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A Cold Rain By Tonight – Link Between Siberian Snowcover and Severity of U.S. Winters?

46 F. maximum temperature yesterday at KMSP.35 F. average high on November 26.40 F. high on November 26, 2015. November 27, 2005: In the early morning a home in Mower County is hit by lightning and burned to the ground, … Continue reading

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