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Forecasters are warning of severe storms as a powerful system moves across the central United States, the start of what could a turbulent stretch of…
The Eastern Sierra town of Mammoth Lakes got so much snow this winter that it had to get removal help from the California National Guard.
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We go from muttering about slush to whining about puddles slowing down our commute. Complaining (out loud) is part of the human condition. Showery rains linger today, although probably no hail like the St. Cloud area saw yesterday. We dry out Saturday and models show 50s next week - a few degrees above average. Hey, you could be in Denver.
A tornado that hit a southern Minnesota campground this month was the earliest twister on record in Minnesota, according to the National Weather Service.
Getting to (real) spring is always a struggle. Weather never moves in a straight line - it's a messy tug of war. Warm air can't just push cold air out of the way; winter has to retreat on its own - and that just takes time (and patience at this latitude). Showery rains are likely today into Saturday morning, but next week will look and feel more like spring.