Bill McAuliffe

Reporter | Weather
Phone: 612-673-7646
Bill McAuliffe covers weather, climate, the emerald ash borer and general news. He was part of a team that won an Emmy award for Red River flooding coverage in 2009. He has written books for young readers on numerous topics, including a six-book series on weather, and is a volunteer adult literacy tutor.

Recent content from Bill McAuliffe

Predicted flood at head of the Red River scaled back

Despite downgrade at Breckenridge-Wahpeton, sandbags are still getting VIP treatment in Fargo.

Updated: April 23, 2013, - 09:28 PM

Another wintry legacy could be wiped out by 70s on Sunday

Metro flooding risk is minimal but in northwest Minnesota, where snow was not expected, the worry has instead been about flooding in the Red River Valley.

Updated: April 23, 2013, - 09:11 AM

Get out your snow shovels one more - last? - time

The National Weather Service said 22 inches of snow fell in Two Harbors. The Twin Cities totals stretched from 5 to 11 inches.

Updated: April 19, 2013, - 01:42 PM

Say it ain’t snow: Get ready for half-foot in Twin Cities

Duluth could get a foot by the time snowfall ends Friday; Fargo flood threat is rising.

Updated: April 18, 2013, - 08:52 AM

Rains ease drought fears in Minnesota's thawing south

Frozen, snowy landscape up north means floods will come late.

Updated: April 15, 2013, - 08:58 PM

Sign of spring: Severe Weather Awareness Week starts Monday

Last week’s thunder, even in the middle of a snowstorm, was a reminder that the violent weather of spring and...

Updated: April 12, 2013, - 08:12 PM

Where's spring? Minnesota's winter just keeps bruising along

From southwest to northeast Minnesota, Thursday’s icy sting made spring seem a long way off.

Updated: April 12, 2013, - 09:44 AM

Icy start messing up morning commute; buses replacing light rail

Ice on overhead wires is causing problems with the Hiawatha light rail line this morning. Buses are replacing trains on the entire route.

Updated: April 11, 2013, - 06:57 AM

Snow, rain, sleet - everything but spring - on way to Twin Cities

More than a week into the baseball season and nearly three weeks into official spring, a wintry storm crawling across the country could leave up to a foot of snow in parts of southern Minnesota.

Updated: April 10, 2013, - 07:01 AM

McKnight fights climate change with $25 million in grants

Grants totaling $25 million, focused on the Midwest, will put money behind efforts to expand clean energy policies and jobs

Updated: April 08, 2013, - 12:00 AM

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