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Supernaturally Green – Spring Fever Alert Next Week

43 F. “high” yesterday at KMSP.64 F. average high on April 28.65 F. high on April 28, 2015. .44″ rain fell yesterday in the Twin Cities as of 7 PM. April 29, 1984: Late season heavy snow blankets the Twin … Continue reading

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Forever Laughing in a Purple Rain – Spring Returns Next Week

53 F. high in the Twin Cities Wednesday. 63 F. average high on April 27. 69 F. high on April 27, 2015. .27″ of rain had fallen at KMSP as of 7 PM yesterday. Proving it could be worse… April … Continue reading

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The Flowers Are Happy – Spring Returns Next Week – 80F First Weekend of May?

49 F. high temperature in the Twin Cities Tuesday. 63 F. average high on April 26. 64 F. high on April 26, 2015. April 27, 2002: Heavy snow falls over the Twin Cities and central Minnesota. Chanhassen receives 6 inches, … Continue reading

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Severe outbreak in the Plains – Cool rain for us

Duluth Waves The same storm system responsible for our scattered showers and storms over the last couple of days was also responsible for strong winds and large waves on Lake Superior. This was the webcam from Duluth, MN, which shows … Continue reading

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Cool, Wet Week – Feels Like Early April Again

Florida Sunset Thanks to my good friend Jim Plucinak for this picture out of Cape Canveral, FL. This was the sunset on Sunday night… what are you trying to rub it in, Jim? HA! Thanks for the picture! It looks … Continue reading

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Somewhat Soggy Sunday – Scattered PM Thuder

GOES Project Science Want to take a look at some amazing satellite imagery? Here’s a great link from NOAA’s GOES Project Science that has all the latest satellite images/loops… great bookmark! GOES Project Science Sunday Severe Threat? The storm system … Continue reading

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Warm with weekend rumbles – Colder rain next week

Tropical Cyclone Amos While things are quite in the tropics close to home, it’s a little more active elsewhere. Here’s a look a Tropical Cyclone Amost in the South Pacific Ocean with winds up to 90mph. Tropical Storm Fantala And … Continue reading

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Drier, Brighter Friday Ahead – Active Outlook

#RIPPrince“I never meant to cause you any sorrowI never meant to cause you any painI only wanted to one time to see you laughingI only wanted to see youLaughing in the purple rain”-Prince (Image courtesy: Getty Images) Visible Satellite ThursdayHere’s a … Continue reading

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back – Cooler Outlook Next Week

Duluth, MNWhile much of the state ducked in and out of clouds on Wednesday, Duluth enjoyed lots of sunshine thanks to a fairly stout lake breeze! Sure, there’s was lots of sunshine, but it was MUCH cooler by the lake! … Continue reading

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Field of Extremes – 60s and Spotty Showers

Redpoll Thanks to my good friend Donna Maxie for this great picture of a Redpoll. It is of the finch family and has a distinct red marking on its head. Interestingly, this bird lives in the Arctic during the summer … Continue reading

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