Oct 06, 2015

Cold November turns into frigid Dec. 1 – but a big warm-up is coming - BringMeTheNews.com

Minnesotans around the state endured a jarring round of cold air to start December, as temps struggled to reach the high single digits in many areas and wind chills remained well below zero. It's the coldest we've seen so far this winter – though November was still plenty cold, at least historically. It was the coldest November in 23 years, WCCO reports, and good for the ninth-coldest November on...

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