Just a bit too far south...
The Twin Cities will be toeing the zone of rain or snow, so we'll have to wait and see what happens.
Anyone else thinking the world was about to end around 9 a.m.?
Sven Sundgaard has eyes on the forecast.
Rain looks promising for parts of Minnesota Sunday night into Monday morning.
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard has his eyes on rain potential in the forecast.
There could be some hefty rainfall totals in parts of southern Minnesota.
Known as a "PRE," these events happen ahead of a tropical cyclone's track.
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard has the details.
Best chances are late Friday night and again on Sunday night.
It's happened just 17 times since 1973.
Areas to the north of Mankato were hit the hardest.
The Way Over Our Heads podcast is a weekly look at Minnesota weather and climate.
Heavy rains Monday have caused problems in the southern Minnesota, closing four highways.
Bird Island in south-central Minnesota had more than 7 inches of rain.
The heaviest rains could fall in east-central Minnesota.
Ridiculous rainfall totals have washed out roads in western Wisconsin.
Any concern about minor drought in some areas is gone.
Most of the precipitation should be over with by the time you wake up Sunday.
The best chance for severe storms will be well south of the metro.
The guys discuss how impactful the storm will be throughout the state.
Freezing rain could be a real issue in western parts of the state.