Winter Storm Watch

Blizzard Taking Aim At Southern Minnesota
A potent winter storm is setting up for a potential strike across Southern Minnesota for Tuesday and Wednesday -- with blizzard conditions a distinct possibility for Rochester, Mankato, Albert Lea, and Worthington. Accumulations of 1-3" are more what we are expecting in the St. Cl…
UPDATE: Winter Storm Watch Monday Afternoon & Night
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch in effect from 3 PM Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning for the entire southern half of the state, including St. Cloud, Marshall, Willmar, and the Twin Cities. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for extreme Southeastern Minnesot…
UPDATED: Significant Snow Likely Today Through Tomorrow
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory to include St. Cloud for the possibility of 5-8 inches of snow today & tonight, possibly mixing with freezing drizzle on Tuesday. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Southwestern Minnesota, incl…
Winter Storm Watch North & East of St. Cloud [Updated]
Plan on a cold and soggy day in St. Cloud on Wednesday. In fact, the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for just north & east of the St. Cloud area, in effect from 4 am Wednesday through 7 am Thursday for 4-8" of snow, including Little Falls, Brainerd, Milaca, …
Winter Storm Watch For Thursday & Friday [Updated]
The National Weather Service has issued another Winter Storm Watch for the St. Cloud area; this one in effect Thursday afternoon through Friday afternoon. What will begin as a wintry mix Wednesday night, is expected to change to all snow on Thursday, resulting in 6-12" of new accumulation a…
Winter Storm Watch Cancelled [Update]
The Winter Storm Watch issued by the National Weather Service for the St. Cloud area for Monday has been cancelled. Warmer air is expected to produce a mainly rainy and blustery day across the area. Heavy snow is still expected for parts north tomorrow.
Winter Storm Watch Issued For Monday
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the St. Cloud area in effect from 7 am Monday Morning through 7 am Tuesday morning. 6-12" of snow will be possible across Central Minnesota making travel hazardous. Bookmark the Loon's interactive weather page for updates…