2" snow on the ground at MSP.
442 car crashes across Minnesota during Saturday's snow, according to City Pages. Details below.
52 F. possible on Thanksgiving Day in the metro area.
Low to mid 50s on "Black Friday"? Light rain or drizzle is possible Friday afternoon/evening.
5.78" rain in Little Rock, Arkansas Monday. Portions of Interstate 30 had to be shut down.
77 F. high in Atlanta on Monday, breaking the old record of 76 in 1942
Hurricane Kenneth in the eastern Pacific - packing 80 mph winds, not a threat to land.
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Storm Parade. The Pacific Northwest will be hit hard in coming days, a couple feet of snow for the Cascade Range, winds gusting as high as 70 mph. Models print out as much as 5-7" of rain by Friday.
Hurricane Kenneth. No Ken or "Kenny". It's Kenneth, thank you very much. Packing 80 mph winds Kenneth is heading pretty much due west, away from Mexico, according to NHC.
Kenneth Track. No worries for Mexico, although it's conceivable that moisture from Kenneth may eventually stream northward, fueling some of the storms pushing into southern California, possibly enhancing rainfall amounts around L.A. and San Diego. Map courtesy of NHC and Ham Weather.
Prediction: Snow Angels. Photo courtesy of Trevor Hagan, AP.
Paul's Conservation Minnesota Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota: