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Welter Weather Reports

Thank Goodness for Heat!

Thank Goodness for Heat!Thanksgiving is a holiday that’s all about spending time with family, relaxing, eating as much as possible, and watching football. It’s not like Christmas where people obsess over all of the things that they want. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Thanksgiving is a time for people to appreciate and give thanks for the things that they already have.

As the temperatures drop and we transition into winter, it’s easy to question why you decided to live in Minnesota in the first place. Since it’s all too easy to hate on Minnesota winters, let’s take a moment to remind ourselves of why the Twin Cities are a great place to live no matter what time of year it is.

March 28th Weather Update: Cooler to Start, Warmer This Weekend

Minneapolis Spring WeatherThough it has been chilly and cloudy the last few days, the weather is expected to warm up later this week in Minneapolis and the surrounding Twin Cities. Higher temps and even some rain are expected to return, bringing with them the feeling of spring. The light winter we’ve had might truly be taking its exit early, but remember that Minnesota springs are unpredictable. Though the temperature may hit highs of 80+ degrees this weekend in the Twin Cities, we’ve been hit with winter storms as late as May. There may be a cold snap yet in the future! That being said, ice-outs have been declared on nearly every Minnesota lakes, so maybe we’re in the clear. With the weather seemingly on the path for a warm-up, now may be the time to ensure you’re not experiencing any problems with your Minneapolis central air conditioner as the spring permeates the Twin Cities.

February 28th Weather Update: Winter Temperatures Return

Finally, a snow storm is expected for the Twin Cities Metro area starting Tuesday afternoon and extending to Wednesday afternoon.  Low temperatures are returning and it won’t feel much like March. The snow and cold might make some Minnesotans happy, but it looks like the sun will try to start breaking through at the beginning of next week.  Until then, ensure you are prepared for the winter snow storm by keeping those snow shovels handy and limit travel if at all possible.  Finally, remember preventative care is the best way to ensure your Minneapolis furnace is working correctly during those snow days.

February 16th Weather Update: Nice Weekend Then Chance of Snow

February is the shortest month of the year, but at times it can feel like it lasts forever.  Gray days, bouts of snow and chilly temperatures, have us longing for Spring.  Although this winter has been far milder than last year, we are still ready to see those first signs of 60 degree temps and green on the trees.  Although this seven day forecast is still firmly set in winter. In the next 7 days you can look forward to relatively mild temperatures, but chance of rain or snow showers early next week. Warm temperatures should prevent much accumulation, but messy roads are possible.  Despite another week of winter here in Minneapolis, this is still a great time to look forward to spring.  For a lot of people, spring means one thing: allergens.  Did you know that a whole home air cleaner can remove allergens from the air and improve air quality substantially? Call Welter Heating and Air Conditioning for more information.

February 2nd Weather Update: Mild Week Leading Up to Super Bowl Sunday

After several bouts of snow and ice last week, we are in the middle of a mild, quiet week for the first week of February.  March like temps are forecast to linger throughout the week, culminating with a mild and partially sunny Super Bowl Sunday.  It is great to see some sunshine in the forecast after a very gray January here in Minneapolis.  It’s doubtful we have seen the end of cold weather for this winter, and temperatures are forecast to return to more normal levels by the beginning of next week.  The break in frigid temperatures is the perfect time to consider furnace cleaning or maintenance.  Preventative care is the best way to ensure your Minneapolis furnace is working optimally during the final full month of winter. So, everyone, spend this week enjoying the sunshine and football.

Welter Weather Reports

Thank Goodness for Heat!

Thank Goodness for Heat!Thanksgiving is a holiday that’s all about spending time with family, relaxing, eating as much as possible, and watching football. It’s not like Christmas where people obsess over all of the things that they want. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Thanksgiving is a time for people to appreciate and give thanks for the things that they already have.

As the temperatures drop and we transition into winter, it’s easy to question why you decided to live in Minnesota in the first place. Since it’s all too easy to hate on Minnesota winters, let’s take a moment to remind ourselves of why the Twin Cities are a great place to live no matter what time of year it is.

March 28th Weather Update: Cooler to Start, Warmer This Weekend

Minneapolis Spring WeatherThough it has been chilly and cloudy the last few days, the weather is expected to warm up later this week in Minneapolis and the surrounding Twin Cities. Higher temps and even some rain are expected to return, bringing with them the feeling of spring. The light winter we’ve had might truly be taking its exit early, but remember that Minnesota springs are unpredictable. Though the temperature may hit highs of 80+ degrees this weekend in the Twin Cities, we’ve been hit with winter storms as late as May. There may be a cold snap yet in the future! That being said, ice-outs have been declared on nearly every Minnesota lakes, so maybe we’re in the clear. With the weather seemingly on the path for a warm-up, now may be the time to ensure you’re not experiencing any problems with your Minneapolis central air conditioner as the spring permeates the Twin Cities.

February 28th Weather Update: Winter Temperatures Return

Finally, a snow storm is expected for the Twin Cities Metro area starting Tuesday afternoon and extending to Wednesday afternoon.  Low temperatures are returning and it won’t feel much like March. The snow and cold might make some Minnesotans happy, but it looks like the sun will try to start breaking through at the beginning of next week.  Until then, ensure you are prepared for the winter snow storm by keeping those snow shovels handy and limit travel if at all possible.  Finally, remember preventative care is the best way to ensure your Minneapolis furnace is working correctly during those snow days.

February 16th Weather Update: Nice Weekend Then Chance of Snow

February is the shortest month of the year, but at times it can feel like it lasts forever.  Gray days, bouts of snow and chilly temperatures, have us longing for Spring.  Although this winter has been far milder than last year, we are still ready to see those first signs of 60 degree temps and green on the trees.  Although this seven day forecast is still firmly set in winter. In the next 7 days you can look forward to relatively mild temperatures, but chance of rain or snow showers early next week. Warm temperatures should prevent much accumulation, but messy roads are possible.  Despite another week of winter here in Minneapolis, this is still a great time to look forward to spring.  For a lot of people, spring means one thing: allergens.  Did you know that a whole home air cleaner can remove allergens from the air and improve air quality substantially? Call Welter Heating and Air Conditioning for more information.

February 2nd Weather Update: Mild Week Leading Up to Super Bowl Sunday

After several bouts of snow and ice last week, we are in the middle of a mild, quiet week for the first week of February.  March like temps are forecast to linger throughout the week, culminating with a mild and partially sunny Super Bowl Sunday.  It is great to see some sunshine in the forecast after a very gray January here in Minneapolis.  It’s doubtful we have seen the end of cold weather for this winter, and temperatures are forecast to return to more normal levels by the beginning of next week.  The break in frigid temperatures is the perfect time to consider furnace cleaning or maintenance.  Preventative care is the best way to ensure your Minneapolis furnace is working optimally during the final full month of winter. So, everyone, spend this week enjoying the sunshine and football.

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