Tuesday update: After making its TV debut Monday evening, we’ve had a couple of names suggested for our friendly spider on the weather patio. We also finally know what “it” is: according to an area expert, it is a Yellow Garden Spider. Appropriate, no? Monday: He (She?)…it…has been hanging out – literally – on the […]
A strong cold front is taking its sweet time moving through Minnesota and Iowa this Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures earlier today, under sunshine, bounded back into the 80s for many…with dew points around the low 70s and breezy south winds. Take a look at some of the conditions before the cold front, and scroll down to […]
If you caught the 5 & 6 p.m. news this evening, we were talking about and showing some rain moving in to the area, but it did just as we were expecting it to – fall apart as it hit southeastern Minnesota. There’s a lot of dry air in the middle part of the atmosphere, […]
Enjoying the summery taste? Temperatures have made their way into the low to middle 80s. Couple that with a juicy airmass over the area (dew points in the upper 60s to low 70s) and it feels a bit warmer than the low 80s. While this warm airmass will keep our skies dry this afternoon, the […]
We’re nearing in on a tough anniversary for many – the Floods of 2007. Today in Rushford, one of the towns hit hard last August, Camp Noah was held. It’s a faith-based camp for kids who have been through/affected by disasters. Randy and I had the privilege to go and talk with the kids (and […]
Refresh this page for updates! 10:20 p.m. update: Things are quieting down in the area. All watches and warnings have been dropped. We can’t rule out a passing shower or thundershower during the overnight, but as far as severe weather is concerned, the threat has shifted much further south into central and southern Iowa into […]
A Tornado Watch remains in effect until 8:00 PM for far southeastern Minnesota and northern Iowa as well as a large chunk of Wisconsin. There was one Tornado Warning in that watch area in for northern Chickasaw County, Iowa but the storm weakened and has lost some of its rotation on doppler RADAR. The Tornado […]
A new tornado watch will soon be issued for parts of Iowa and Minnesota, and will be issued for parts of the KTTC viewing area. Intense storms have already developed in parts of Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri. We’ll be monitoring things closely here in southern Minnesota and north Iowa through tonight.