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Staying warmer than average once again today with breezy conditions this afternoon. READ MORE:
A wet autumn has some Minnesota farmers up against the clock as they deal with a delayed harvest amid approaching winter weather.
Hurricane Ophelia is meandering far out at sea in the eastern Atlantic, with little change expected during the next 48 hours.
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to abandon the clean power plan that was put into place by the Obama administration. The EPA says the plan exceeded federal law.
Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana are all dealing with the results from Hurricane Nate. The Category 1 Hurricane was downgraded to a tropical depression as it moved further inland.
The National Hurricane Center says Maria has regained strength and become a hurricane once again as it lingers off the coast of North Carolina.
Minnesota opens its pheasant season Saturday with far fewer birds in the field than last year as a long-term decline in the state's ringneck population continues due to the loss of habitat in farm country.