WCCO Saturday Morning Links: Oct. 23, 2021 – WCCO

Minnesota Weather: Light Snow Observed In Parts Of MinnesotaWCCO’s Mike Augustyniak says Thursday’s high temperature represented the coolest since April 25, and a number of days in the extended forecast are expected to be in the same ballpark.

‘We Might Run Out Of Them’: Minnesotans Buying Snow Blowers Anticipating Supply Chain IssuesDiamond Lake Hardware in Minneapolis sells a tool called The Ultimate Scraper. The product, used for clearing driveways and sidewalks of ice and snow, is made in North Dakota. With the supply issues in many industries, already something made so close to Minnesota nevertheless might run out this season.

NOAA’s Winter Outlook Is An ‘Equal Chances’ One For Minnesota, So What’s That average?The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has updated its winter outlook for the U.S., covering the months of December, January, and February. In it, Minnesota and Wisconsin are forecast to have “equal chances” for above-, near-, and below-normal temperature and precipitation. So what does that average?

Minnesota Weather: Thunderstorms In Metro Before Temperatures DropMany parts of Minnesota will see rainfall Wednesday, and the precipitation will precede a drop in temperatures.

Minnesota Weather: Warm Start To Week Before Cooldown ComesAfter midweek, temperatures will hover in the low 50s for a few days.

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