An upper level ridge stays overhead the next couple of days helping temperatures stay in the 90's with some locations nearing triple digits. Today's blog takes an in-depth look at ridges and their process.
Rainfall reports come in all shapes and sizes, today's weather blog looks at a few ways KEYC gets its rainfall reports and also shares with you were you can locate this data through the comfort of your own home.
Today's weather blog looks at yesterday's severe weather in the Central Plains and Mid-Atlantic and also breaks down today's severe weather that looks to impact the Central Plains and Mid-Atlantic again today, May 4th.
Spring is underway and before we know it severe weather will be moving across southern Minnesota. Today's weather blog looks at two cloud formations that occur during severe weather that often get mistaken for one another.
Yesterday, March 1st was the start of meteorological spring however the calendar date for spring is until March 19th. Why the difference? Well today's weather blog explains the difference between the two.
Another round of freezing rain/drizzle is possible tonight across parts of southern Minnesota and northern Iowa. Here are the two ways freezing rain can form plus a look at tonights determining factors.
The probability of a tornado in Minnesota during the winter months is less than 0.01%. In the Deep South, the probability climbs as they brace for the possibility of another winter outbreak of severe weather this weekend.
First winter storm of the season to arrive Tuesday night. Expect travel delays from Nebraska stretching northeast to Wisconsin. Snowfall totals in southern Minnesota will range from 2 to 8 inches with a few areas of 10 plus inches.