61 F. old record high for March 11, set in 1902. That's 2 record highs in a row for the metro area.
39 F. average high in the Twin Cities for March 11.
43 F. high temperature a year ago, March 11, 2011, when 1/2" snow fell. We had 9" on the ground 1 year ago.
66 F. Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
69 F. Glasgow, Montana.
72 F. Bismarck, North Dakota.
74 F. Pierre, South Dakota.
10-20X. Residents of mobile homes are 10 to 20 times more likely to be killed in a trailer than in a conventional home, according to NSSL. Details in a USA Today article below.
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Photo credit above: "Aftermath of the March 2 tornado outbreak in Henryville, Indiana. Photo: Pat McDonogh, Gannett."
Paul's Conservation Minnesota Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota:
TODAY: Rain showers likely. Winds: SW 10-15. High: 56
MONDAY NIGHT: Lingering clouds, patchy fog possible. Low: 40
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Photo credit above: "Flood-proofing solutions are needed to face global warming: scientists. Photo: AFP/Queensland Police Service."
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