Frost depth increasing; light snow Sunday
Another snowy dusting Sunday.
Another snowy dusting Sunday.
Like most of our sports stars, Crashed Ice has put the Twin Cities in its rear-view mirror and cuddled up to Boston.
Several climate stations from Hastings to Cotton are already reporting their snowiest February ever, with more than 20 inches of snowfall to date and two weeks left in the month.
Snow is expected to move into southwestern Minnesota Saturday evening, then spread over about the southern third of Minnesota Saturday night and continue on Sunday.
Friday afternoon highs will be in the single digits above zero in much of western Minnesota, with some teens to the east. The Twin Cities metro area will top out in the mid teens. Saturday highs will be mainly in the teens, with some lower 20s southeast.
Will we hit the 30s again in about seven to 10 days?
We asked Minnesotans from around the state for ideas on how to help your neighborhood when the snow banks pile up and the big chill settles in.
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Sunnier skies over the next week.
The kids in Amery, Wis., had a snow day yesterday but there was no time off for them, not when the coaches of their hockey team suggested they put the time to good use.
For Minnesota's public works departments and private snow removal companies, this winter's record-breaking precipitation has meant brisk business, long hours and trying to figure out what to do with those piles of snow.
Our last big snow for a week or two?
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4th snowiest February on record in the Twin Cities.
Just accept that you'll be late to work again if you decide to head in. This storm is expected to dump 2 to 5 inches of snow in the Twin Cities, while southeastern Minnesota could get between 6 and 10 inches.
The chloride in road salt corrodes vehicles and bridges and can be harmful to pets -- and it has an outsize impact on water quality in the rivers, lakes and streams that capture its runoff. So now, public works agencies and homeowners alike are on the lookout for safer alternatives. A single answer has proven elusive.