MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board says there’s just one thing keeping them from opening ice rinks in the city — the weather.

City officials say park crews require temperatures at 20 degrees or below non-stop for 10-straight days in order to make ice to open their 47 rinks.

MPRB hopes to have some of those rinks open by the end of December.

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