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Minnesota – July cold breaks 102-year-old record


Minnesota – July cold breaks 102-year-old record


“Weekend temperatures in Pipestone plummeted to lows not seen for 102 years,” says this article by Debra Fitzgerald.
“Temperatures of 39 degree and 38 degrees were recorded in Pipestone on Saturday morning, July 27 and Sunday morning, July 28 respectively, according to Mike Gillispie, National Weather Service meteorologist out of Sioux Falls, S.D.
“The lows broke the record of 42 degrees set in 1911.”
“It doesn’t happen often”
“When we’re setting records that have been around for 100 years, it doesn’t happen often,” Gillispie said.
Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for this link

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