Look for a thin crescent moon through next week. That week's update will come out early on Tuesday to coincide with the fall equinox.
When was the earliest measurable snowfall in Minnesota? Also, have you wondered why the leaves change color in the fall? Both of those questions are answered in this week's Weather Trivia.
Temperatures will rise through the weekend, but new clouds will make stargazing a little tough this week. The moon is on its way out so at least we have less light pollution.
Nights are dipping into the 40s this week, but the moon should be very easy to spot. Look for planets a few hours after sunset for the warmest conditions.
Looking for something to do out of the house that does not violate the stay at home rules? You are allowed to take a drive and we've put together a loop through lakes country of Minnesota to take in some…
If your looking for a science project to do with your kids we've got a couple of easy weather projects you can do. If you make one of these, send us a photo at email@example.com [field59_video account="KVRR" key="b1729e1f61015edb75508fa869a26179866e4991" vtitle="weather projects"…
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