Has anyone else noticed that when we get notification of hazardous weather in the Northland they aren't using watches and warnings as much? When I started in radio I used my voice to explain the difference between the two. Now they've morphed to other descriptions and I'm not comfortable with them.
You've heard the talk of snow potential, and the Twin Ports will primarily see rain with a chance at some mixed precipitation and snow showers over the next 48 hours. However, if you planning on traveling during that time frame, check the weather of your route. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the Northland from 4pm Thursday until 7pm Friday and meas
Happy Spring! Well, we needed rain so Mother Nature decided to not only bombard us with rain, but she threw in some massive wind and a little hail. Now, with temps dropping the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory until 10am Monday, with accumulating snow over 4" in areas.