As the path of this week's storm becomes more clear, the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the Twin Ports and much of our region from early Thursday morning through Friday afternoon.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for a strong storm that will impact the region from Sunday night to Wednesday morning. The watch itself goes into effect Sunday evening, and remains in effect until Tuesday night.
This amazing photo explains why the the beach and Lakewalk in Canal Park were covered in rock, snow, ice and debris. Locals will recognize this as the lighthouse on the pier by the Aerial Lift Bridge. My friend and photographer, Marcie Crain took the photo at the height of the first storm of the season showing an angry Lake Superior. In my first video it showed the Lakewalk buried under rocks a
This may be the last big hurrah for Mother Nature, indications are we could see a little snow in the area. Just when we thought we were done. Are you prepared for a bad winter storm. Better yet, are you prepared for shutdowns.
As our latest snowstorm blows through, Minnesota Power is reporting many across the city who are currently without power. Included in that are the transmitter sites for many broadcast media, including KOOL 101.7. Minnesota Power is working to restore power and get us back on the air. You can still stream us, just follow the link on the right side of our front page.