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near-record highs on the way in minnesota


monthly temperatures in the twin cities have been running above normal for 17 straight months, and the next few days of balmy weather will keep that streak going.on friday, thermometers in the twin cities rose to 47, falling short of the record high of 49 degrees recorded on feb. 10, 1877, according to rick hiltbrand, a forecaster at the national weather service in chanh en.friday’s temperatures in the twin cities were well above the average high of 27 degrees and lows of 11 degrees, and readings in the 30s and 40s will hang around at least through late next week.winter is not finished, but sustained cold snaps are “definitely behind us,” said weather service meteorologist tony zaleski. temperatures may occasionally dip to near zero over the next month, but “unless we get some snow, the od






near-record highs on the way in minnesota


monthly temperatures in the twin cities have been running above normal for 17 straight months, the longest streak on record, and the next few days of balmy weather will keep that streak going.on friday, thermometers in the twin cities rose to 47, falling short of the record high of 49 degrees recorded on feb. 10, 1877, according to rick hiltbrand, a forecaster at the national weather service in chanh en.friday’s temperatures in the twin cities were well above the average high of 27 degrees and lows of 11 degrees, and readings in the 30s and 40s will hang around at least through late next week.winter is not finished, but sustained cold snaps are “definitely behind us,” said weather service meteorologist tony zaleski. temperatures may occasionally dip to near zero over the next month, but “u






winter on life support: 40s today - 50s next weekend - spring outlook from noaa


blizzard envy - mourning minnesota winters of oldnobody likes to be wrong, but friday's vitriolic reaction to a blizzard shifting south of msp may have been more than a mocking "schadenfreude". the fact that it couldn't/wouldn't snow was another reminder of minnesota's increasingly wounded winters.spotty snow, shaky ice, more winter precipitation falling as rain? twin cities winters are now 5.4f warmer than 1970. that's not a climate model, but based on observations.we've been sprinkling co2 hot sauce on our ice cream sundae, then acting indignant when most minnesota winters don't have the cold, crunchy sweetness we grew up with.the patterns are shifting - spring routinely comes a few weeks earlier now. to date, february 2017 has set 9,544 records for warmth across the usa; just 137 new re






warmer weather for metro-area – the denver post


the metro area is expecting a stretch of warmer weather and sunny skies beginning sunday, according to the national weather service.the week starts with a high of 58 degrees on sunday, and is expected to climb to 62 on monday and tuesday, before dropping to the low 50s on thursday.colorado’s high country isn’t expected to see snow until thursday. “up to that point it’s pretty dry and pretty mild,” said frank cooper, nws meteorologist.






cloudy in denver metro area, light snow in the mountains – the denver post


temperatures will gradually get warmer through the week, according to forecasters.it will be mostly cloudy on monday with a high near 49 degrees, according to the national weather service in boulder.steady westerly winds of between 6 and 11 mph and gusts up to 17 mph are expected, according to weather forecasters.it will get warmer through the week with highs in the low 50s to upper 60s through friday, the nws forecast says.there is a slight chance of rain on saturday and sunday. weekend temperatures will be in the upper 50s, according to the weather service.






warmer weather, sunny skies expected for denver area – the denver post


the metro area is expecting a stretch of warmer weather and sunny skies beginning sunday, according to the national weather service.the week starts with a high of 58 degrees on sunday, and is expected to climb to 62 on monday and tuesday, before dropping to the low 50s on thursday.colorado’s high country isn’t expected to see snow until thursday.“up to that point it’s pretty dry and pretty mild,” said frank cooper, nws meteorologist.






warmer weather, sunny skies expected for denver metro area – the denver post


the metro area is expecting a stretch of warmer weather and sunny skies beginning sunday, according to the national weather service.the week starts with a high of 58 degrees on sunday, and is expected to climb to 62 on monday and tuesday, before dropping to the low 50s on thursday.colorado’s high country isn’t expected to see snow until thursday. “up to that point it’s pretty dry and pretty mild,” said frank cooper, nws meteorologist.






near-record highs on the way in minnesota


monthly temperatures in the twin cities have been running above normal for 17 straight months, and a burst of warmth moving in for the weekend and continuing into next week is likely to keep that streak going.thermometers on friday in the twin cities will flirt with a record high, but will likely fall just short of the 49 degrees recorded on feb. 10, 1877, said tony zaleski, a meteorologist with the national weather service in chanh en.the springlike warmth may have minnesotans shedding parkas, hats and gloves in favor of “lighter jackets” said zaleski. winds gusting between 10 and 15 miles per hour will still leave a chill in the air, but nothing like the arctic air that sent the mercury below zero earlier this week.“it’s like a flip on the east coast that saw 60 degrees then was hit with






maple syrup producers face challenges in warming world


durham, n.h. — new hampshire's maple syrup producers say they are feeling the impact of climate change, as winters become warmer and frigid nights so critical to their business become fewer.producers joined climate experts and democratic u.s. sen. maggie hassan of new hampshire on tuesday to talk about the state's changing climate and how it is affecting one of the state's most important industries.some producers talked of seeing a steep drop in the amounts of sap they are getting, while others are dealing with another trend attributed to warmer temperatures in which the sap goes up to the top of the trees rather than down to taps.the u.s. department of agriculture says connecticut, maine, massachusetts, new hampshire, new york, pennsylvania and vermont produced 3.78 million gallons of syr






live video event: ipo outlook in the age of unicorns


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no, 60 degrees does not mean spring is here


if one foot is in boiling water, the other in ice water, do you feel "average"? on monday, when temperatures top 60 degrees, a flood of "humidity" washes your face, and you hear a distant rumble of thunder, resist the urge to blurt out "spring is here!" because it's not.neither nature nor the mercury ever move in a perfectly straight line. we lurch and stagger from one season to the next. although the trend will be toward warmer temperatures there will be notable corrections and relapses. no, winter won't go gently into that night.we just glided through the 10th warmest meteorological winter on record; the 15th warmer-than-normal winter in the last 20 years.you should regain feeling in your toes today. expect low 60s sunday, again monday when a fire hose of gulf moisture sparks a few thund






forecast: cold sunday yields to a warmer week


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another warmer, wetter year for minnesota?


"don't knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while," wrote kin hubbard. the forecast? "changeable." back to you, earl.people ask me what i think 2017 will be like in minnesota. rule no. 1: persistence. go with the flow. don't buck the trends. odds favor another warmer, wetter year. a few major flash-flood events are likely. higher dew points will fuel thunderstorms with damaging hail, maybe a long-lasting derecho or two. this is already the busiest year for tornadoes in the u.s. since 2008. by april you'll want to review your family's severe weather plan — it's good to be prepared.a sprawling storm sparking severe weather over the southern plains brushes us with showers today. we dry out this weekend, but a cool, damp north






morning forecast: warmer, chance of sprinkles later


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‘big system’ to dump rain, bring warmer weather to seattle area


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mystery surrounds frequent return of the red crabs to monterey bay


pacific grove – the red crabs are back on monterey bay shores and while their appearance here seems to be more frequent, just why they are becoming regular visitors to the central coast isn’t clear.recently, the bright red tuna crabs — known as pelagic red crab or pleuroncodes planipes — were spotted on the beach at lovers point in pacific grove and further out in the bay where gulls have been seen feeding off them.prior to their initial return in october 2015, the crimson-colored creatures hadn’t been documented in the monterey bay since 1983. before that, they were last reported here in 1959 and 1969. it’s during the more stagnant warm water years as prevalent in el niño cycles, that the crabs are usually found off the coast of baja california and get carried up into the monterey bay.“th






going beyond kale salad


many varieties of kale have popped up in the past several years, but none more lovely and flavorful than the purplish-red kales, whose leaves sport snowflake cut-outs. with blends of royal hues running through their leaves — the colors courtesy of anthocyanins, the same beneficial pigment found in red wine, purple cauliflower and just about any other violet-hued fruit or vegetable — they are not only pretty, but packed with antioxidants as well. kale can be sourced year round, but kale grown in winter is lusher, more flavorful and more nutritious than kale grown during the warmer months. you’ll find kale, including red kale, and other greens at your farmers market all season long.chopped and sauteed with garlic and olive oil, kale makes the best taste-popping final additions to virtually a






maple syrup producers face challenges in warming world – the denver post


by melanie plenda,the associated pressdurham, n.h. — new hampshire’s maple syrup producers say they are feeling the impact of climate change, as winters become warmer and frigid nights so critical to their business become fewer.producers joined climate experts and democratic u.s. sen. maggie hassan of new hampshire on tuesday to talk about the state’s changing climate and how it is affecting one of the state’s most important industries.some producers talked of seeing a steep drop in the amounts of sap they are getting, while others are dealing with another trend attributed to warmer temperatures in which the sap goes up to the top of the trees rather than down to taps. others complained about a drop in the sugar content of their sap.“when i purchased the farm in 2000, “i was getting 75 gal






as trump tightens border, u.s. congress bill would allow snowbirds to stay for a


president donald trump has been single-minded when it comes to immigration, pledging to strengthen the united states’ borders and keep certain people out, especially if they happen to be from mexico or some muslim nations.but a bipartisan bill introduced in the house of representatives last month would actually open the door wider to one group: older canadians who winter south of the border.the promoting tourism to enhance our economy act aims to let northern neighbours 55 and up who own or rent property in the states stay there an extra two months a year, on top of the 180 days allowed now.another bill in the works would give similar benefits to canadians 50 and older.the idea is to bring more travel dollars into the u.s., say the democrat and republican congressmen co-sponsoring the firs






as trump tightens border, u.s. congress bill would allow snowbirds to stay for a


president donald trump has been single-minded when it comes to immigration, pledging to strengthen the united states’ borders and keep certain people out, especially if they happen to be from mexico or some muslim nations.but a bipartisan bill introduced in the house of representatives last month would actually open the door wider to one group: older canadians who winter south of the border.the promoting tourism to enhance our economy act aims to let northern neighbours 55 and up who own or rent property in the states stay there an extra two months a year, on top of the 180 days allowed now.another bill in the works would give similar benefits to canadians 50 and older.the idea is to bring more travel dollars into the u.s., say the democrat and republican congressmen co-sponsoring the firs






warmer than normal


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'extreme and unusual' climate trends continue after record 2016


image copyrightnoaaimage caption this map shows the global temperature departures from the long-term average in january this year in the atmosphere, the seas and around the poles, climate change is reaching disturbing new levels across the earth.that's according to a detailed global analysis from the world meteorological organization (wmo).it says that 2016 was not only the warmest year on record, but it saw atmospheric co2 rise to a new high, while arctic sea ice recorded a new winter low. the "extreme and unusual" conditions have continued in 2017, it says.complete picturereports earlier this year from major scientific bodies - including the uk's met office, nasa and noaa - indicated that 2016 was the warmest year on record. image caption some of the key points from the wmo report on the






'extreme and unusual' climate trends continue after record 2016


image copyrightnoaaimage caption this map shows the global temperature departures from the long-term average in january this year in the atmosphere, the seas and around the poles, climate change is reaching disturbing new levels across the earth.that's according to a detailed global analysis from the world meteorological organization (wmo).it says that 2016 was not only the warmest year on record, but it saw atmospheric co2 rise to a new high, while arctic sea ice recorded a new winter low. the "extreme and unusual" conditions have continued in 2017, it says.complete picturereports earlier this year from major scientific bodies - including the uk's met office, nasa and noaa - indicated that 2016 was the warmest year on record. image caption some of the key points from the wmo report on the






'extreme and unusual' climate trends continue after record 2016


image copyrightnoaaimage caption this map shows the global temperature departures from the long-term average in january this year in the atmosphere, the seas and around the poles, climate change is reaching disturbing new levels across the earth.that's according to a detailed global analysis from the world meteorological organization (wmo).it says that 2016 was not only the warmest year on record, but it saw atmospheric co2 rise to a new high, while arctic sea ice recorded a new winter low. the "extreme and unusual" conditions have continued in 2017, it says.complete picturereports earlier this year from major scientific bodies - including the uk's met office, nasa and noaa - indicated that 2016 was the warmest year on record. image caption some of the key points from the wmo report on the






u.s. had 2nd warmest february and 6th warmest winter on record


people are seen along the national mall during warm weather on feb 23, 2017, in washington, d.c. the u.s. had its second-warmest february on record.(photo: brendan smialowski, afp/getty images)connectlinkedinemailmorefamed groundhog punxsutawney phil's prediction of six more weeks of winter was wrong: the u.s. had its 2nd-warmest february on record, federal scientists announced wednesday.the average u.s. temperature last month was 7.3 degrees above average, scientists from noaa’s national centers for environmental information said. only february 1954 was warmer.u.s. climate records go back to 1895.as for the winter of 2016-17 (which meteorologists define as the months of december, january and february), it was the nation's 6th-warmest on record. two states — texas and louisiana — had their






warmth returns with near-record high forecast for twin cities


monthly temperatures in the twin cities have been running above normal for 17 straight months, and a burst of warmth moving in for the weekend and continuing into next week is likely to keep that streak going.thermometers on friday in the twin cities will flirt with a record high, but will likely fall just short of the 49 degrees recorded on feb. 10, 1877, said tony zaleski, a meteorologist with the national weather service in chanh en.the springlike warmth may have minnesotans shedding parkas, hats and gloves in favor of “lighter jackets” said zaleski. winds gusting between 10 and 15 miles per hour will still leave a chill in the air, but nothing like the arctic air that sent the mercury below zero earlier this week.“it’s like a flip on the east coast that saw 60 degrees then was hit with






warm stretch begins with near-record high forecast for twin cities


monthly temperatures in the twin cities have been running above normal for 17 straight months, and a burst of warmth moving in for the weekend and continuing into next week is likely to keep that streak going.thermometers on friday in the twin cities will flirt with a record high, but will likely fall just short of the 49 degrees recorded on feb. 10, 1877, said tony zaleski, a meteorologist with the national weather service in chanh en.the springlike warmth may have minnesotans shedding parkas, hats and gloves in favor of “lighter jackets” said zaleski. winds gusting between 10 and 15 miles per hour will still leave a chill in the air, but nothing like the arctic air that sent the mercury below zero earlier this week.“it’s like a flip on the east coast that saw 60 degrees then was hit with






does an early winter warmup help or hurt those with seasonal depression?


chicagoans have been blessed with warm weather early this year. record-breaking temperatures in february had people playing tennis, flocking to the lake path and even sunbathing in swim trunks.but winter isn't letting us off the hook that easily. on friday, the forecast low is a frigid 17 degrees — a temperature bound to feel even colder on the heels of recent warm spurts.so what, if any, effect do these weather swings have on seasonal depression? is a taste of warm weather in winter more likely to help or hurt? related: trending life & style news this hourwell, it depends."when you do get that first bout of warm weather, the hope is sort of planted of what's to come," said dr. reba peoples, a minneapolis psychiatrist. "so there's definitely a dashed sense of hope and expectation when we d






it's not too early to ring colorado fire alarms


as denverites dusted off their flip-flops and flocked to rooftop bars, the first wildfires of the 2017 season cropped up, one burning alarmingly close to downtown boulder.two other fires started wednesday in jefferson county, and earlier this month a 30,000-acre fire on the northeast plains burned homes, killed cattle and injured a firefighter.despite a strong winter of precipitation in the mountains, the unseasonably dry march on the front range is setting much of colorado up for a dangerous fire season. we were thrilled to see forecasts for rain and snow in denver and the foothills beginning thursday evening, and we hope the moisture brings relief.but the national oceanic and atmospheric administration’s climate prediction center is forecasting warmer-than-average temperatures across muc






hope for warmer russia ties


washington — while trade and security were expected to be among the first items japanese prime minister shinzo abe would broach with president donald trump when the two met friday, another sensitive issue likely came up: russia. the new white house occupant and the japanese leader have taken different tracks, but both have been warming up…






gulf of mexico waters are freakishly warm, which could fuel strong spring storms


water temperatures at the surface of the gulf of mexico and near south florida are on fire. they spurred a historically warm winter from houston to miami and could fuel intense thunderstorms in the spring from the south to the plains.in the gulf, the average sea surface temperature never fell below 73 degrees over the winter for the first time on record, reported eric berger of ars technica.galveston, texas, has tied or broken an astonishing 33 record highs since nov. 1, while neighboring houston had its warmest winter on record. both cities have witnessed precious few days with below-normal temperatures since late fall.more often than not, temperatures have averaged at least 10 degrees warmer than normal. "the consistency and persistence of the warmth was the defining element of this wint






fat joe and remy ma survive the pitfalls of love on "heartbreak"


before hitting the red carpet for ’s biggest night, grammy nominees fat joe and remy ma seem to have another hit record on their hands. though plata o plomo has been pushed back one week, the terror squad veterans didn’t leave their fans starving for new on friday (feb. 10).on “heartbreak,” the bronx emcees cruise past the pitfalls of love with istance from singer-songwriter extraordinaire the-dream and vindata. “the song has a beautiful vibe,” fat joe told billboard. “i called dream because he’s one of the greatest and i’ve always wanted to work with him.”read: against all odds: the underdogs of the 59th annual grammy awardsgood choice. the hip-hop and r&b collaboration does anything but ignore the sounds of the caribbean, the true winner of summer ’16, in an elixir that is bound to b






forecast: storm moves west, less snow expected on li


a major late-winter storm is expected to hit long island on tuesday, but the system’s veer to the west monday afternoon had forecasters calling for slightly lesser snow totals as warmer air will be mixing with the snow.a blizzard briefing released by the national weather service monday afternoon said the storm is continuing to shift farther west, potentially sparing suffolk from the worst of the nor’easter. most popularstill, 6 to 14 inches were in the forecast picture as of early evening monday, with amounts lessening as you move eastward. and morning commuters were still warned of potential white-out conditions on the roads that will make driving extremely dangerous, the service said. “strong northeast winds will cause warmer air to wrap around the approaching intensifying low pressure s






forecast: storm moves west, snow amounts lessen on li


a major late-winter storm is expected to hit long island on tuesday, but the system’s veer to the west monday afternoon had forecasters calling for lesser snow totals as warmer air will be mixing with the snow.a blizzard briefing released by the national weather service monday afternoon said the storm is continuing to shift farther west, potentially sparing suffolk from the worst of the nor’easter. but morning commuters were still warned of potential white-out conditions on the roads that will make driving extremely dangerous, the service said. most popular“strong northeast winds will cause warmer air to wrap around the approaching intensifying low pressure system causing temperatures to warm above freezing across long island...this will cause heavy snow to change to rain by noon, holding






forecast: storm moves west, snow amounts lessen on li


a major late-winter storm is expected to hit long island on tuesday, but the system’s veer to the west monday afternoon had forecasters calling for lesser snow totals as warmer air will be mixing with the snow.a blizzard briefing released by the national weather service monday afternoon said the storm is continuing to shift farther west.most popular“strong northeast winds will cause warmer air to wrap around the approaching intensifying low pressure system causing temperatures to warm above freezing across long island...this will cause heavy snow to change to rain by noon, holding down snowfall amounts,” the briefing said.heavy snow is expected to begin at 3 a.m. with a strong impact on the morning commute, the briefing said, and there was a continuing likelihood for 60 mph gusts of wind,






turkey pins hopes on trump for warmer u.s. relations


ankara, turkey—turkey expects to have better relations with president donald trump after they deteriorated under the obama administration, senior turkish officials said in interviews, as the two attempt to find a common strategy on syria and islamic state.speaking to a group of foreign journalists thursday, prime minister binali yildirim said: “we have positive opinions of the new u.s. administration. we believe it will continue on...






evening forecast: low of 29 and cloudy; sunday looks warmer, windier


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download download most weather apps throw a lot of information at you but that doesn't answer the question of "what does it feel like outside? ". tropos answers this by relating the current conditions to conditions at the same time yesterday. features: current conditions presented in plain language. for example, "it is warmer tonight than last night. ". intelligent use of color to convey how it feels in your area compared to yesterday. simple, 3-day forecast that allows you to see how the next few days are trending.






xcel profit rises 10 percent, but revenue fell on warmer-than-usual winter


xcel energy inc.’s per-share profit rose 10 percent in the last three months of 2016, beating analysts’ estimates by a penny. but its revenue fell well short of forecasts.meanwhile, a top xcel executive told analysts thursday that the process of building a big natural gas plant in becker would be significantly accelerated if pending legislation authorizing the plant is approved. if the legislative path fails, xcel would return to the traditional route through the minnesota public utilities commission.minneapolis-based xcel said it earned $227.5 million, or 45 cents per share, up from $209 million, or 41 cents, a year ago. analysts polled by thomson reuters were expecting earnings of 44 cents per share on average.“i thought [the fourth quarter] was solid, predictable and consistent, and tha