Wicked cold plunges state into deep, deep freeze

  • Article by: PAT PHEIFER and Anthony Lonetree , Star Tribune staff writers
  • Updated: January 6, 2014 - 7:29 AM

Propane heating unit explodes at Rogers apartment complex; no injuries.

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wplettfanJan. 5, 1411:28 PM

Obviously a liberal plot to make Gov. Dayton look good for cancelling school tomorrow.

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onyxrubyJan. 6, 14 6:26 AM

I think the better question is how does an apartment complex qualify for a commercial contract to cut of your in peak times? This never should have been allowed to begin with.

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swmnguyJan. 6, 14 7:47 AM

The windows and walls were making cracking and groaning noises last night that I haven't heard before. Very, very cold.

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rogerbJan. 6, 14 8:05 AM

21 below overnight. Not the 25-30 below that was forecast on Friday. Not the 32 below that we experienced in 1996. We have had school in colder temperatures than this. The overexageration and hype is ridiculous. In my native northern Indiana, they are dealing with 12 inches and more of snow, blowing winds, impassable interstates, and subzero temperatures. THAT is when you close schools.

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lordhawhaw1Jan. 6, 14 8:12 AM

My kids aren't complaining anyway.

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rogerbJan. 6, 14 8:40 AM

...and the windchills of -35 to -65 we were warned about are MUCH closer to -35. Again with the hype and exaggeration.

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rogerbJan. 6, 14 9:34 AM

Also the 90 hours of below zero temperatures that were forecast now appear to be about 48 hours below zero.

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