For late December in Minnesota, it can’t get much better then Saturday’s weather. There was sunshine, and a high temperature that broke a 117-year-old record. Aaron Howe of Independence tried to fend off snowballs thrown by his two children. “It’s been fantastic. We grilled out last night, and it’s kind of a nice warm spell to have in Minnesota after the holidays,” Howe said.
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A lot of people took longer lunch breaks today, taking in what could be the last warm weather before winter.
After a beautiful first weekend of October, expect more sunshine and unseasonably warm weather for this upcoming week.
Our average high temperature in the Twin Cities is now 46 degrees, but we’ll top out in the lower 30s this weekend.
Since first seeing a 1972 photograph of Earth taken on the final Apollo mission, an iconic shot of the planet partially shrouded in white puffs, David Cummings had often wondered what effect clouds have on humans.