Wednesday, February 26, 2014

More Cold... and a Little More Snow

Graphic depicting volume of sub-zero cold.
The brutal cold is here for the long haul according to Tom Novak of NovakWeather. We spoke with Tom this evening to learn more about the cold that's in store as well some snow that appears headed our way for Friday.

And how cold has it been? I thought the graphic to the right was particularly instructive, showing a total of almost 20 full days of sub-zero weather. It would appear we're headed to challenge the largest number of sub-zero hours at MSP airport since 1946.

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

And Then It Was Back to the Never-Ending Cold.....

Sunset on Saturday upon landing at MSP.
After a snowy week (during which your blog host was in California), it seems it's back to the same old super cold. Use this space to discuss your weather thoughts as we approach the final week of meteorological winter (like that's gonna put an end to winter around here).

Thursday, February 13, 2014

As Sub-Zero Subsides, Will "Warmth" Herald More Snow?

The god-awful stretch of 500-degree below weather seems nearly gone. But several local meteorologists are seeing hints of a more active, snowier pattern ahead. While your proud website host is off to California in search of greener pastures, use this space to discuss upcoming snow possibilities.

Two of our favorite meteorologists look ahead at possible snow.