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A planet hundreds of times bigger than Earth is the first object outside our solar system discovered to have auroras.  A new study published in the journal Nature says... [Read More]
It may not seem like it, but July 2015 will go down as one of the wettest in the Twin Cities. [Read More]
So far in 2015 we have really lucked out with very little extreme heat to speak of. [Read More]
A years' worth of predictions is finally coming true as El Nino is now gaining strength. [Read More]
While it has been a pretty masterful holiday weekend, it looks like it could end with a bang... literally. [Read More]
As you look up on this 4th of July holiday, you probably notice that the sky is a pretty awkward and almost ominous color. This isnt from cloud cover as there is little... [Read More]
While we have already seen a couple of named tropical systems in the Atlantic (Bill causing tremendous flooding issues in several states) the amount of dust and dry air streaming off of Africa... [Read More]
More heavy rain fell across parts of the area again leading to some water covered roadways in one of the worst parts of the day; the morning rush. It also caused some low... [Read More]
What a wild morning Monday as a large storm complex called an MCS pushed across the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa. Winds topping 60 mph were reported in all 5 states with a peak... [Read More]
What a wild overnight across portions of the Upper Midwest as storms developed in Montana Wyoming, crossed the entire state of South Dakota, and ended up in Minnesota before dawn early Saturday. [Read More]
What a wild overnight across portions of the Upper Midwest as storms developed in Montana Wyoming, crossed the entire state of South Dakota, and ended up in Minnesota before dawn early Saturday. [Read More]
What a marvelous weekend!! Well… if you are looking to cure drought issues anyway. [Read More]
Mother Nature decided to throw Minnesota another curveball on Monday, sending temperatures plunging toward the freeze mark and actually bringing a few snowflakes to parts of the north. [Read More]
Mother Nature decided to throw Minnesota another curveball on Monday, sending temperatures plunging toward the freeze mark and actually bringing a few snowflakes to parts of the north. [Read More]
What a marvelous weekend!! Well… if you are looking to cure drought issues anyway. [Read More]
There were over 20 reports of severe weather across central Minnesota on Saturday as several strong storms developed and push northward across the state during the afternoon and evening hours. [Read More]
It is one of the most powerful and prolific science instruments ever built and today the Hubble space telescope is celebrating its 25th birthday. [Read More]
While we have certainly turned the corner on another winter and are finally feeling the full effects of spring, we likely aren't done with freezing temperatures just yet... [Read More]
For many of us, the only downside heading back into the summertime season is all the effects of the extra bugs pollen... [Read More]
After years of debate, misuse, and misunderstanding, the Storm Prediction Center has tweaked their severe weather outlook to help all of us have a better understanding of our risk when it comes to... [Read More]
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