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Record cold in Minnesota: 40 below
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11 Feb 08 - The temperature in International Falls fell to 40 below zero Monday, just a few days after the northern Minnesota town won a federal trademark making it officially the "Icebox of the Nation."

By late morning, the temperature had made it to only 18 below zero.

The previous record low for Feb. 11 in International Falls was 37 below, set in 1967, said meteorologist Mike Stewart at the weather service in Duluth.

The temperature also fell to 40 below in Embarrass, 80 miles southeast of International Falls, a mere one degree above the all-time record in Minneapolis set in January 1888.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080211/ap_on_re_us/cold_weather;_ylt=AgfNVfAFu07Cgo3RfC.csPms0NUE
Thanks to Dean T. Haskell for this link


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