Cold front sets new record lows around the state

In International Falls -- also known as the nation's icebox -- woke up to a low of 19 degrees this morning, its coldest temperature on record so early. In the Twin Cities -- temperatures dropped to a record-tying 36 degrees.
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In International Falls -- also known as the nation's icebox -- woke up to a low of 19 degrees this morning, its coldest temperature on record so early. In the Twin Cities -- temperatures dropped to a record-tying 36 degrees.

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