Record-breaking snowfall in Minneapolis – Video

Second snowstorm in three days.

The National Weather Service recorded six inches of new snowfall at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, setting a new record for the date (Feb. 24). The previous record for the date of 4.8 inches was set in 2007.

Thanks to Clay Olson for this link

4 thoughts on “Record-breaking snowfall in Minneapolis – Video”

  1. Way up in International Falls we have plenty of snow on the ground still….definitely good snow to go snowmobiling and snowshoing for sure. Temperatures are hovering just above freezing during the day right now but are expected to drop back to below freezing and then some. I will be most interested in seeing when does Rainy Lake officially ice out. It usually ice out around May 5th I got a feeling it could be later this year.

  2. This is newsworthy?Yes we can get 6″ of snow in southern MN in February,or March,or April,or May.Minor frost damage on 6/21/92,very light frost7/4/72.But then again,the global warming/climate change/climate disruption/whatever they’re calling it this week; reports normal hot weather as news, so why not?

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