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Warm spells may outnumber cold snaps in October

Every now and then online, I stumble across a picture of a bald TV reporter from the early 70's I recognize and it takes a few seconds to realize it is Dennis Anderson before he got his first toupee. I remember his first day with the rug. Weatherman...

 

Predictions for August are cooler temps

An old farmer I know passed away and my part of the inheritance was a big box of old almanacs dating back to 1925. There were plenty of Farmers and Old Farmers Almanacs and several other lesser known books. The 1925 Swamp Root Almanac came from the...

 

July shows signs of warmth taking over our temperatures

When I was a kid in the 70’s, my family made frequent treks from Ely to Litchfield to visit relatives. Midway of that long trip was what is now the Lazy Bear in Barnum so we had many a lunch there back in the day. Just the other day, I got a...

 

Weather "May" be fair for fishing opener

In reality, Minnesota is the land of 11,842 lakes rather than merely 10,000. And, those lakes are festooned and pontooned by 813,976 registered boats. Only Florida has more than we do. This time of year, the minds of many Minnesotans are on ice out...

 

Near normal temperatures to finally usher in spring in Minnesota

Spring seems to be here. If not real spring, at least the promise of spring, is finally in the air after a good five months of winter. But, I'm still waiting for the other shoe to drop. Last year,...

 

Chance of colder temps but less snow in March forecast

The wind chill factor was developed by a fellow named Paul Siple back in the late 30's while on research assignment in Antarctica for the U.S government. We knew we'd be getting into WWII so Siple was assigned to develop winter gear and survival stra...

 

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