Wednesday April 9th, 2014

You guys, everyone’s favorite tank top wearing meteorologist Sven Sundgaard posted this on his Facebook page today.

I just checked the National Weather Service site, and they are predicting sunny skies and 67 degrees that day.

You guys…

*starts weeping*

*hugs all of Minnesota Tumblr*

(Source: facebook.com)

Are You MN Enough?: Winter Sucks

(Source: rewire.tpt.org)

This.

(Source: facebook.com)

A strong winter storm will impact Minnesota and Wisconsin late tonight through Wednesday morning.

Uh…guys?

Winter isn’t done yet.

(Source: twitter.com)

Coldest Winter In Over 30 Years via NWS Twin Cities

February will finish dry and very cold. This winter is the coldest since 1979 and one of the coldest all time.

Driving Home Tonight In Minnesota via Bring Me The News

Major Winter Storm To Impact Area Today and Tonight via NWS Twin Cities

I try not to be a weather terrorist, but I am adding this additional post about the storm coming today. We went from a forecast yesterday of 3-6 or 4-7 inches coming, NOW it looks like closer to ten inches is heading our way.

Drive like a champion, and stay safe, you guys!

'Midwest Monster' storm arriving Thursday

A quiet Wednesday afternoon, and evening with temperatures remaining in the mid 35s all night long. The storm will bottom out overnight in Oklahoma and then push northeast tracking just to our east in Wisconsin. Right now the heaviest hit areas look like they will be western and northern Wisconsin with up to a foot of new snow by late Thursday. The metro lies just to west of the main track but most models still give us 4”-7” of snow starting up early Thursday with snow falling heavily throughout the afternoon and into the evening.

A significant winter storm will impact the region Thursday and Thursday night, bringing heavy snow and blizzard conditions to much of eastern and southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The storm system exits on Friday and will be followed by another prolonged surge of arctic air for the weekend through much of next week. Highs will be mainly in the single digits with lows below zero.

via NWS Twin Cities & KARE11