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The University of Minnesota Extension climate and weather team brings University research to a wide audience on issues such as climate change, weather hazards, and flood forecasting to ensure the safety of Minnesotans.

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WeatherTalk blog

Mark Seeley's climate and weather observations from Minnesota Public Radio's Morning Edition program.

Seeing Patterns: Mark Seeley charts a changing climate

The times they are a-changin', goes the old Bob Dylan song. The climes are changing too. Have you noticed? Extension climatologist Mark Seeley sure has.

Minnesota Climatology Working Group

The Minnesota Climatology Working Group provides current climate conditions, historical data, agricultural climate data, and more to the citizens of Minnesota.

Extreme weather

Preparing for and responding to weather-related disasters, such as drought, floods, tornados, and high winds.

Adjusting to climate change

This report from the Minnesota State Climatology Office covers observed trends in Minnesota in precipitation and atmospheric humidity.

Minnesota Weather Almanac

Mark Seeley's complete guide to Minnesota weather, featuring historical details, fun facts and scientific lessons.

Updraft

Online discussions with Extension Climatologist/Meteorologist Mark Seeley and other weather voices on Minnesota Public Radio's Weblog.

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