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Sunday 3/11: Another day, another new record?
by Greg_Boe
 the Backyard Rain Gauge
Mar 11, 2012 | 3347 views | 0 0 comments | 53 53 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

After breaking a  record for the daily high temperature on Saturday, we are poised to do it again today!  Increasing clouds could keep us a few degrees cooler than yesterday, as moisture approaching from the south will bring us a chance of much-needed rain tonight and into Monday.  We should see a high today around 62 degrees.  Monday will be a bit cooler, although still well above average, with a high in the middle 50's.  Then "spring" is back once again, with highs in the 60's and 70's for much of next week.  Enjoy!!


Our high on Saturday was 63 degrees (which broke the old record of 54 degrees, from 1977), while the low dipped to 39 degrees.


Records on the books for today include a high of 56 degrees (set in 1995), a low of -5 degrees (from 1969), 8.2" of snow (1962) and 1.30" of moisture (1990). 


In Chaska one year ago we enjoyed a high of 43 degrees and a low of 14 degrees.  Thick fog was reported in the area.  We received 0.3" of snow.  The snow cover measured 9 inches.  The river was 15.36 feet deep.



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