It's cold but no record-breaker

  • Article by: Pat Pheifer , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 30, 2013 - 9:37 AM

Temps likely to hang near zero before hitting 20s by weekend.

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BallFourDec. 29, 13 7:58 PM

One "warm" day, six days down the road, followed by more single-digits. How is that a rollercoaster?

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erikj3Dec. 29, 13 8:43 PM

Cue the "so much for global warming!" comments...

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cosmicwxdudeDec. 29, 13 8:54 PM

So much for global warming....the big scheme. There.

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dentesterDec. 29, 13 9:02 PM

So much for global warming.

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mn2niceDec. 29, 13 9:08 PM

At 2107 in Duluth it is -13 at DLH with a wind chill of -32, -9 on my porch in the Central Hillside area.

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fdrebinDec. 29, 13 9:17 PM

I sure hope the elevated sun spot activity that has causd climate variations and warming oner the las 4 billion years returns to the elevated state of the last few decades, or we will be right back into an ice age. Then, all the coal fired power plants in the world won't raise the temperature one iota!

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MellersDec. 29, 13 9:48 PM

Minnesota summers are like Missouri now. Our lows are very high in the middle summer. That doesn't erase the lows this time of year. You realize that climate change is more than a few days in December but days, weeks, months, and decades of higher temperatures, especially at night when it doesn't cool down at night like it used to in the summer? Learn more about climate change, long-term trends, and not individual day's worth of temperatures, to get the "bigger picture." If you actually care, that is.... (you do know the difference between weather and climate, right?)

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JimHeimDec. 29, 13 9:51 PM

I should of stayed down in Houston after the Gopher's Texas bowl game.

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selfmadeDec. 29, 13 9:54 PM

What? Stop making this place out to be better than it actually is. Nowhere other than maybe Alaska is colder and although today may not be "record cold", it's terrible, disgusting, and depressing...It really is the disgrace of the nation...

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JRBDec. 29, 1310:01 PM

"The average monthly temperature for December in the Twin Cities was 13.9 degrees..." >>>> How can it be "was" when the month still has two days to go?

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