The limited-time winter event will feature nearly 30 illuminated animals, including a 30-foot red panda and an enormous sea turtle.
Minnesotans can apply based on need for the Energy Assistance Program
And in a special deal for Bring Me The News readers, they're offering cabins for 50% off.
Drive-thru, pop-up and virtual events are planned for the upcoming event.
The Twin Cities has had 2+ inches of snow in an October storm just 10 times since 1884.
Restaurants across the state are looking to keep serving customers outside during the pandemic.
Above normal precipitation?
The board will meet Thursday with more hugely popular items on the agenda.
It follows a similar step being taken by Restaurant Alma in Minneapolis.
While El Nino is a slam dunk for warmer winters, La Nina is less predictable.
Novak Weather explains what could happen this winter.
There were wind chill readings in northern Minnesota on Thursday morning.
There appear to be a lot of farmers who enjoy predicting weather and writing almanacs.
Winter is coming. It always is.
Nature is once again trolling Minnesotans.
There haven't been many decent snowstorms to hit the Twin Cities this winter.
Temperatures are in the 40s in the Twin Cities.
Yes...you read that right.
That's quite an image.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois discuss the latest in Minnesota weather.
Don't worry. Swans do this sometimes.
It's expected to open in early January.