Weather Features

  • CoCoRahs Snow Spotter Network Sets Up In Duluth

    Monday, Nov 7 at 12:52 AM

    In the dead of winter, snow totals become a matter of pride to some people. The higher the amount, the better the bragging rights. There's a new way to measure and report snow and the Northland's News Center is helping to spread the word. Meteorologist Dave Anderson has the story.

  • High Fire Danger Across Minnesota

    A Red Flag Warning has been issued for Itasca and Koochiching counties for today.

  • Megastorm II Unlikely For Halloween 2011

    Twenty years ago Monday, Halloween and just about every other activity was knocked for a loop by the famous Megastorm of 1991. Two decades later, will trick or treaters have to worry about an anniversary replay? Dave Anderson went to an early Halloween party to find the answer.

  • '91 Halloween Blizzard: A Look Back

    Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson takes a look back at the Halloween blizzard from 20 years ago.

  • Halloween Blizzard of 1991 Revisited

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - 20 years ago, one of the biggest blizzards ever to hit the Northland, slammed the area with a vengeance. It was the 1991 Halloween Blizzard, or the Mega Storm as it's known.

  • Early Season Snowfall across Northland

    Some roadways may become slippery with the wet & slushy snow.

  • October Storm Brings Hail, Heavy Rain

    Over 1.5" of rain has fallen so far over parts of the Northland.

  • Storm Spotter Training

    It's that time again, time to learn more about meteorology and become certified storm spotters with the National Weather Service. This time we're talking winter!

  • Record Cold Across the Northland

    Temperatures as low as 19 degrees were observed this morning.

  • September Snow: It's Only the Beginning

    Snow came through parts of the Northland on Wednesday. Want proof? Here are some pics and video!

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