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Lots of love for tonight's Minnesota sunset

The colorful sunset was duly noted.

We couldn't help but notice how popular the sunset was in Minnesota on Tuesday evening.

Although, technically, it was the colors that appeared in the sky after the sun went down that really seemed to grab people – and have them grabbing their phones and cameras.

A sampling from Twitter:

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