January thaw? Try 63 degrees

January temperatures over 60 are a first for Minnesota. It's not so good for cross-country skiiers, but the golfers aren't complaining.
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January temperatures over 60 are a first for Minnesota. It's not so good for cross-country skiiers, but the golfers aren't complaining.

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