Chris Nelson joined KIMT as Chief Meteorologist in April of 2019. Nelson joins us from the CBS station in Milwaukee. He has also done weather at KMIR in Palm Springs, CA; KTNV in Las Vegas, NV; and WSAW in Wausau, Wisconsin. His wife, Jackie, son, Jack, and dog, Toby took the venture with him to Minnesota. They're excited to make Rochester their new home.
Reports of almost 5" of rainfall is making driving hazardous in the city.
The region could see between 1"-2" with minor flooding
Storms could turn severe with all modes of weather possible on Saturday.
A very active weather pattern shows signs of heavy rainfall and the potential for severe weather
Two F5 tornadoes struck Iowa on this date 51 years ago during a massive tornado outbreak
A changing weather pattern could fire up storms that could turn severe.
Heads up later this week with the risk of strong storms
We will make a run at 80 degrees a few days this week.
A few pop up showers could develop by the afternoon, but most should be dry until Sunday morning.
Most of Saturday will be dry. However, a storm system moves in Saturday late into Sunday producing more soggy conditions.