Chaska, Minnesota | 15 September, 2019 | (952) 448-2650
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More snow (and rain) soon? by Greg Boe
More snow (and rain) soon? It appears that our active weather pattern may continue for the foreseeable future, with chances for light snow every couple of days along with slight swings in our tempe...
Six degrees below zero this by Greg Boe
Six degrees below zero this morning - that's our coldest temperature so far this fall. And, our high temperature on Tuesday was just 19 degrees above zero. That fresh coating of snow is helping to ...
Our first "big" snowfall for by Greg Boe
Our first "big" snowfall for the season is done and has been shoveled away. We didn't quite hit the 5" I was hoping for, but we did end up with 3.5" officially in Chaska - which is the most snow we...
I've heard a few snowmobiles by Greg Boe
I've heard a few snowmobiles go by already this afternoon, believe it or not. I guess they want to make sure their sled is tuned up, filled up, and ready to go!!
Snowmobilers, start your by Mark Olson
Snowmobilers, start your engines.
Our first "BIG" snowfall? by Greg Boe
Our first "BIG" snowfall? We are under a "Winter Weather Advisory" for Monday/Monday night, with the possibility of 5" to 6" of snow expected to fall around Chaska from mid-day on Monday through Tu...
Temperatures below zero! by Greg Boe
Temperatures below zero! Our overnight low on Saturday night fell to -5 degrees. That is the first time we've seen below zero temperatures this fall, and it is our coldest temperature since March 8...
Officially we received 1.5" by Greg Boe
Officially we received 1.5" of snow in Chaska Friday night, and behind that clipper some cold wind is on tap for Saturday. A few more inches of snow should blow through town on Sunday night and Mon...
The Old Farmer's Almanac can by Greg Boe
The Old Farmer's Almanac can often be fairly accurate, because those types of publications are based on observations that have been gathered for generations. For example, one 'old story' that my gr...
According to the Old by Mollee Francisco
According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, the following are all considered traditional signs of a severe winter ahead: Geese fly south at a high altitude. Oak trees bear many acorns. Chipmunks are abu...
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