Weather

Potential For Severe Thunderstorms Tonight (Sat Jun 8)

According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, we have the potential for hazardous weather tonight:

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A Winter Storm Is Likely Coming Through Minnesota This Week

According to the National Weather Service Twin Cities, a winter storm is most likely coming through the midwest this week.

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Have You Seen Your First Robin Of Spring Yet?

Have you seen your first robin yet? One of the first signs of spring, right?

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Isn’t It Time For Shoveler-Less Snow Shovels?

In this age of driverless cars, manless space probes and clueless disc jockeys, isn’t it time for shoveler-less snow shovels?  Introducing the Snow Angel 3000, the world’s first manless snow shovel!

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Spring Rain, Snowmelt May Cause Localized Flooding, Road Closures

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Spring rain, melting snow and culverts and catch basins plugged with ice can cause water to back up onto highways. The Minnesota Department of Transportation wants to remind motorists to be watchful for flooded areas as water can rise quickly. In many areas, ditches are filled with snow and the roadway shoulders have high banks of …

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City of Alexandria Issues Winter Weather Procedures In Advance of Snow

We have plenty of snow, but like it or not, we’re gonna get more winter weather this weekend.  According to Too Tall Tom, we’re looking at the potential of six to ten inches of snow on Saturday in the Alexandria area.   The City of Alexandria has issued Winter Weather Procedures including: 

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Local Snowfall Totals For December 2018 Snowstorm

By now I hope you are all dug out from the snowstorm! Thanks to the street and road crews for the long hours they put in removing the snow to make our roads safe.   One of the best parts of a Minnesota snow storm is the kindness it brings out – so many neighbors helping neighbors.  It’s a reminder of …

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