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Thursday, August 8, 2013 , Pa 15 Tri-Coun ews ° www.tr/countynews.mn ilntt u I =ka cat naw Inw tczmn ntF acrossnorthern Minnesota, hit- arrive by Thursday that could gen- =,,.A..*d*.*3~ ~. *,*..'~ ==*.*.',*, ~ ~, . .'~ vv ,vvv ,.,~...i.~ v, ~,~, ting Ely, Backus, Outing and Dark erate some showers and thunder- By Mark Anthony, Meteorologist Weather column: Tempera- tures were unseasonably cool once again across the area over the week- end. This made for some pleasant weather conditions. Thankfully, the rain held off until Sunday night and into early Monday across much of Minnesota. As far as those chilly temper- atures over the weekend, Crane Lake dipped to 35 degrees on Sun- day morning and set a new record low. This beat the old record of 46 degrees set back in 2006. Matching the state low tem- perature Sunday morning was Big Fork with that same reading of 35 degrees. This also set a new record low for that city. The old record was 36 degrees set back in 48 degrees with a morning low of 53 degrees Sunday morning. Normal lows this time of the y~ar are now typically in the lower 6ps for much of Central and West Ceqtral Minne- sota. | We certainly aren't hearing much talk of "global w~rming" this year as many locations continue to see cooler than normal tempera- tures. With the cooler temperatures we haven't seen much in the way of Lake." Damage could still be seen storms once again. Temperatures severe weather either. 20 years later in the BWCA. will be nearly 10 degrees cooler We could certainly use some Weather fact: Three out of every than average for much ofthe period. showers to help water the lawns four tornadoes in the world annu- Drier weather will arrive by Friday and our gardens as things are get- ally happen in the United States. and stay with us for much of the ring dry across much of the state. MNATAGLANCE: weekend. Most of Central Minnesota and Moorhead Low 54 High 82 Thursday: Increasing cloudi- West Central Minnesota are in the Duluth Low 52 High 71 ness, 40-percent chance of showers/ "moderate" category for the fire CentralMinn. Low 55 High 72 T-storms. High 70 Low 50 Winds: danger index. Parts of East Central Twin Cities Low 60 High 77 SW/NW 5-15 mph. Prec. Trace-.20" and Northern Minnesota are in the Rochester Low 61 High 78 Friday: Partly cloudy and cool. "high" category. Marshall Low 58 High 76 High 70 Low 48 Winds: NE/NW 5-10 The rain that moved-in Sunday Monday, Aug. 5: Becoming mphPrec. None night and again on Tuesday cer- mostly sunny. High 72 Low 54 Saturday: Mostly clear to partly tainly helped with some of those fire Winds: NW 5-15 mph. Prec. None cloudy. High 72 Low 48 Winds: NW danger concerns across Minnesota. Monday's sunrise: 6:10 a.m. 5-10 Prec. None Have a great rest of the week! Monday's sunset: 8:44 p.m. Sunday: Partly cloudy, 20-per- Weather history: On this Normal High: 81 cent chance of showers mainly late. date in 1969 "tornadoes sweep Normal Low: 60 High 73 Low 50 Wind: SW 5-10 mph An area of low pressure will Prec. Trace-.10" ° Building Site Preparation * Demolition * Basements • Additons * Fill & Black Dirt • Septic Systems (new or repair) Larry: 320.980.3556 Kevin: 320.980.3558 Star( Kurt: 320.980.6499 FREE I Friendl Hometown Service 320-224-3216. Watkins,e-mail:quicksiderGmeltel.net LICENSED & INSURED * ACCREDITED BBB MEMBER THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPEK1ENCE., CHOOSE Call Michael & Jerrod Nohner 320-453-2725 * * Motor Oil - Soy * Gasoline , Fuel = Tank Truck , Tires • Transport , Kerosene 0~ LAIq,.ES A leading provider of high quality custom kitchen O L 8[ I; OPANE and bath cabinets, mantels, entertainment centers =,~,,~,,~ ~ and barn. All of our products are made with the highest quality of wood, marble, and laminate. 121 Main St. South • Kimball 550 MeekerAve. E. M-F: 8-5 ° 320-398-5455 453-2718.schlan $ ATISFIED Ask about our llome Comfort Service Plan Plumbing & Heating 29901 725th Ave. • Dassel ~mrn.samhendrWlo'on.com For All Your Plmnbing & Heating Needs Service Available @PLUMBNG @HEATING QELECTRIC • Maste" Licensed • Insured • Bonded • Residential & Commercial • Re'nodel & New Construction John Hendrickson, Owner 24 Hour Service 320-398-6193 Plumbing & Heating, Inc. • Septic & holding tank pumping • Portable toilets & sewer cleaning PhOlle: 23848 654-1522 www.hsheating.net 67th Avenue, St. Augusta GIVE ME A CALL TODAY! >MAINTENANCE>REPAIRS>UPDATING License #20637648 • Plumbing • Heating • Sewer Cleaning • Back Hoe Digging • Portable Toilets • Sewer Pipe Thawing $ ,, • Septic Tank Pumping (320) 286-2368 • Kingston I