University of Minnesota meteorologist Mark Seeley talks with Morning Edition'S Cathy Wurzer about the winter storm affecting a large portion of the Midwest. Plus, a new seasonal outlook calls for weather that is wetter and warmer than usual.
University of Minnesota Meteorologist Mark Seeley says the changing climate is making it more difficult for forecasters to figure out what kind of a winter we will have this year. He talked about the uncertainty and the worsening drought with Morning Edition host Cathy Wurzer.
The Climate Predection Center is forecasting a warmer than usual fall for most of the United States this year. University of Minnesota Meteorologist and Climatologist Mark Seeley talks about that and other weather topics with Morning Edition host Cathy Wurzer.
Cathy Wurzer talks with University of Minnesota climatologist and meteorologist Mark Seeley about recent hard freezes.
MPR's Cathy Wurzer talks with University of Minnesota climatologist and meteorologist Mark Seeley about Minnesota's warm spring.
Cathy Wurzer talks with climatologist Mark Seeley about March's warm weather.
Cathy Wurzer talks about our record-breaking warm weather with Mark Seeley, a climatologist and meteorologist from the University of Minnesota.
Cathy Wurzer talks with MPR meteorologist Mark Seeley about our week of wintry weather.
This week's weather broke a lot of records around the state. MPR meteorologist Mark Seeley looks back on the heat wave, and ahead to severe weather expected tomorrow.
There's a chance for showers and more severe thunderstorms today and tomorrow, but then get ready for the heat. Some places in the state are expected to have temperatures in the 90s F and Heat Index Values well over 100 degrees F on Sunday and Monday.
With a warm stretch settling in, flooding throughout the state continues to be a top concern. But just how bad will it get? MPR's Phil Picardi spoke with meteorologist Mark Seeley about what we can expect for the week ahead.
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with climatologist Mark Seeley about warming temperatures on the horizon and what that means for flooding threats.
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with climatologist Mark Seeley about February weather trends and the spring flooding outlook.
The State Climate Office has announced that 2010 was Minnesota's wettest year on record. Every part of the state reported at least 34 inches of precipitation last year.
With the storm front that ripped through the Midwest this week, some places in the state saw their snowfall rise to over 70 inches for the season. Cathy Wurzer spoke with MPR's Mark Seeley about this week's weather and the continuing cold we can expect in the week ahead.