Posted by | January 13, 2009 20:39 | Filed under: Top Stories

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And that’s not even the Coleman campaign.  In Hallock, MN the wind chill factor was at 58 below.


At about 8 a.m., temperatures were minus 40 in International Falls and minus 35 in Roseau. Farther south, Minneapolis hit 18 below zero with a wind chill of 32 below and black ice was blamed for numerous accidents.

 

In neighboring North Dakota, Grand Forks dropped to a record low of 37 below zero Tuesday morning, lopping six degrees off the old record set in 1979, the National Weather Service said.

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