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Warmest Winter Records

This December through February will go down as the warmest-ever meteorological winter in Minnesota.

Pete Boulay with the State Climatology Office says this will be a winter to remember for warmth.

He says the preliminary numbers show the average statewide temperature was around 25 degrees which is ten degrees above normal.

This winter edges out 1997-1998 which had an average temp of 22-point-two degrees.

He says Minnesota only had 13 days of “real” winter where the temperature was below normal.

Warroad had the most snow in the state with about 40 inches.

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