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

Snow and ice may not ease Minnesota drought

Frost cover means spring's warmth could lead moisture to run off into lakes and rivers rather than seep into the ground.

Updated: February 20, 2013, - 11:36 PM

February in the Twin Cities: More wintry than normal

February has provided a concentrated dose of winter across Minnesota.In the Twin Cities, a series of snowbursts has built up...

Updated: February 20, 2013, - 08:53 PM

Climate activist Bill McKibben pushes renewable energy

McKibben is visiting state to discuss “Preserving Winter.”

Updated: February 19, 2013, - 11:05 PM

3 killed, plows withdrawn as blizzard grips western Minnesota

Winds of up to 30 miles per hour, with gusts pushing 40, were actually drilling under a crust atop a deep snow pack and lifting that snow into the air, reducing visibility.

Updated: February 19, 2013, - 06:18 AM

Spring fire season in Minnesota 'potentially explosive'

The current snow blanket hasn't provided much help for the still-dry soils beneath it.

Updated: February 14, 2013, - 09:04 PM

Minnesota braces for 6-plus inches of snow Sunday, Monday

As the Northeast deals with another major storm, the Twin Cities area is facing a forecast that also includes plenty of rain, sleet.

Updated: February 09, 2013, - 07:44 AM

Weather project gets under radar

Weather followers can use their smartphones to give researchers more depth of coverage.

Updated: February 03, 2013, - 10:45 PM

Oakdale man takes January snowfall crown with late flurry

For Dave Martens, last Sunday’s wet snowfall was almost reason for an end zone dance.

Updated: February 02, 2013, - 09:44 AM

Pests wait out Minnesota's cold

As winter approaches its Groundhog Day midpoint, this season might have seemed unusually cold to people. But native and invasive plants and insects have hardly shivered.

Updated: February 01, 2013, - 12:21 AM

Ack! Icy cold is back for a few days

Slippery streets sent many to hospitals on Tuesday.

Updated: January 29, 2013, - 11:14 PM

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