Winter Storm

Dakotas, Minnesota brace for winter storm late Thursday into Friday

FARGO (KVRR) – A strong winter storm is expected to cause blizzard conditions across western Minnesota and portions of the eastern Dakotas Thursday into Friday. The National Weather Service says a blizzard is in effect from 6:00 p.m. Thursday to 6:00 p.m. Friday in parts of northeast South Dakota and west central Minnesota. About 1-3 inches of snow are expected…

Winter storm brings up to 10 inches of snow in Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS – A November storm has dumped as much as 10 inches of snow in Minnesota and whipped up damaging winds in Wisconsin where tens of thousands were left without power. The Minnesota State Patrol handled hundreds of crashes and spinouts as snow piled up late Tuesday. The National Weather Service record 5.5 inches of snow at Minneapolis-St. Paul International…

Winter storm affecting travel in Minnesota, South Dakota

MINNEAPOLIS – Heavy snow, freezing rain and icy conditions could make travel challenging in parts of Minnesota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for an area stretching from Mankato, Minnesota to Hayward, Wisconsin where 4 to 7 inches of snow is expected Tuesday through Wednesday. Higher snow totals are possible in isolated areas….

Locals Stock Up On Winter Items As Conditions Are Expected to Deteriorate

We spoke to locals to see what items they like to have on their homes.

FARGO, N.D.- As classes have been cancelled for most high school students in the area, many are taking advantage and having a day in. “Breakfast food, milk, pizza, drinks, and then like snacks, cause we’re just going to watch movies and not do very much,” says Morgan, a high school student. These students are happy to stay at home for…

Good Samaritan Rescues Fargo Police Officer During Blizzard

With a storm as bad as this last weekend's, it's common to see people get stuck. In those situations, first responders usually help out. But who do they turn to when they get stuck?

FARGO, N.D. – Paul Sip came down to Fargo for the weekend for a volleyball tournament, but Mother Nature had something else in mind. Instead, Paul and his brothers decided that they had only one job in town: Rescue as many stranded or stuck people as they could. “We’ll always stop if there’s somebody on the side of the road…

New Neighbors introduced to ‘North Dakota Nice’ after Winter Storm

More than a foot of snow has fallen on the FM metro with this latest storm, and it's left snow plow crews across the area with a huge mess. For residents in West Fargo, that mess is bringing them closer together.

WEST FARGO, N.D. – With plows stuck in the snow, cars buried and streets not expected to fully open until Tuesday, this major winter blizzard has to be the worst way to end the decade. “We probably haven’t had one of these in like 15 years” said Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney. “This has been the worst blizzard we have ever…

Winter Storm Creates Harsh Firefighting Conditions

Fargo Firefighters spend hours in the storm dealing with a big fire last night and early into the morning after a car explosion in South Fargo.

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Firefighters spend hours in the storm dealing with a big fire last night and early into the morning after a car explosion in South Fargo. The fire started in this building at 3301 15th Street South after 8 o’clock Sunday night. The blizzard conditions made fighting the fire difficult. They had some issues with fire hydrants…

Rumble On The Red wrestling tournament continues despite winter storm

For many who traveled from different states, missing the tournament was not an option

FARGO, N.D.- For many who traveled from different states, missing the Rumble on the Red wrestling tournament was not an option. “Talking to the majority of them. They’re here tomorrow regardless, so they want to wrestle. As long as the city roads are open, let’s wrestle,” says Steve Saxlund, Organizer of “Rumble on the Red.” They say it’s always hard…

Law Enforcement Wants To Let People Know What To Do During The Winter Storm

North Dakota and Minnesota troopers are making sure people drive safe this Thanksgiving weekend.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – During the holiday weekend, all North Dakota troopers available will be working the roads in an effort they are calling all–hands enforcement. The morning show spoke to North Dakota Highway Patrol Captain Bryan Niewind about the efforts they are making to make the roads safer. “The troopers that are available will be out working the road way. We…

A Couple’s 60 Day Road Trip Has Been Slightly Delayed In Fargo Due To The Weather

The Couple's Road Trip Will End In Arizona

FARGO, N.D.–Brent Mack and Victoria Baxter started the trip on the 1st from Chicago and have made many stops along the Mississippi River and in Twin Cities. Their most recent stop was Ely, Minnesota before reaching Fargo. They have to stay in the area a bit longer because of the weather. “Came here yesterday afternoon and got stranded but have…