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Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

How the cold affects football games

The single digits, above or below zero, will be quite popular during Sunday’s game at TCF Bank Stadium. Numbers that low are not only uncomfortable, but dangerous and they can even affect the outcome of the game. → Read More

Vikings-Seahawks game set to be one of the coldest ever

Either way you look at it; there will be a lot of purple and blue at the big game on Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. → Read More

Northern Lights possible this weekend

Its the first weekend of 2016 so lets celebrate! Around the world fireworks rang in this New Year! Now, Mother Nature wants to get in on the act with her own fireworks show. → Read More

Saturday Snow Totals

It was a day late but the metro and most of Minnesota received its first significant snow of the season, or at least the first fresh and clean blanket of snow. → Read More

We're still waiting on our first measurable snow

When talking about measurable snowfall in the Twin Cities, we are talking about 1/10 of an inch or more. We did see a few flakes fly earlier this month but those flakes did not amount to → Read More

Dog makes snow angels with gusto

We have shown pictures and videos of that snowstorm that dropped a good chunk of snow from Sioux Falls to the Windy City. However, its not all doom and gloom when it comes to winter weather. → Read More

Once in a Blue Moon event Friday night

I’m sure that I am not alone in saying that we all love that month or two out of the year when we get an extra paycheck just because the  way the pay periods fall on the calendar? The same type of ... → Read More

9 all-time weather records set in July

Welcome to July! If history repeats itself then get ready for one extreme month. The Twin Cities has set 9 all time weather records during this popular summer month. → Read More

Northern Lights once again on the horizon in Minnesota and Wisco

The last time that I saw the Northern Lights this vivid, I was a student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Unlike that time back in Alaska, the Northern Lights → Read More

Risk of severe storms early Monday morning

The Twin Cities metro has a risk of severe storms overnight Sunday into early Monday morning. → Read More

Friday Night Lights: Active Aurora possible through the weekend

On June 9th, the sun, well, burped to put it lightly, a large amount of energy, known as a → Read More

Twin Cities hits first 90-degree day of the year

Although its technically not summer until June 21, it sure felt summerlike this Wednesday as the Twin Cities → Read More

Twin Cities Memorial Day Weather History

The last Monday in May has been named the “Unofficial” start to summer. → Read More

MAY in the Metro: What to expect

Once again we turn the calendar page to a new month. Welcome to May, most likely one of the most → Read More

This was the seventh-driest winter in 50 years

Winter 2014/2015 will go down as one of the most anemic winter seasons in Twin Cities weather history. So far this season, through March, we have only seen 32" of the white stuff accumulate in the ... → Read More

Second day of 70 degrees and first rumbles are on the way

March is a wild month and back in the middle of it, the 15th to be exact, we hit the big 7-0! → Read More

WARMING WEATHER: History of 'First 50s' in the Twin Cities

The forecast is teasing us with the chance of seeing our first 50° of the year. → Read More

3 Scenarios that can limit Tuesday's Snow

A meteorologist's job is never done. The forecast is studied several times a day in hopes of finding some consensus between the model runs, current conditions, and past observations. This task is most difficult when it comes to forecasting snow. A lot of you may think that we like to ride the fence or air on the side of caution, but in fact, there is a lot to consider when it comes to putting… → Read More

Meteorological winter gets the short end of the snowstick

The months of December, January and February are counted as meteorological winter. The arrival of March will technically put an end to one form of winter here in the Upper Midwest. The real winter ... → Read More

9 weather facts about March in Minnesota

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGINS This simple springing ahead of the clock also pushes forward our momentum when it comes to moving towards spring. It's a daylight milestone in the fact that we actually get a little more sun time in the evening instead of heading home in the dark. Daylight Saving Time begins on March 8 this year and will take our sunset to 7:10 pm and dusk will glow until 7:39 pm. In… → Read More