Thursday, March 18, 2010

Good News in the Flood Fight

Those fighting the floods will get some help from mother nature in the next few days, according to K-Lakes Meteorologist Tony Schumacher. He says temperatures will fall below freezing at night for the next several days, that should slow the run-off and there will be very little precipitation.

Schumacher says Duluth set a record of 10 consecutive days with temperatures remaining above freezing for over-night lows.

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