Rochester Nearly Ties Two Weather Records
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Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - It’s another jacket/sweater day in southeast Minnesota as overnight temperatures fell into the lower 20s for a second straight morning.
Rochester nearly tied a record Tuesday with a low of 23 degrees. The record for the date is 21, set in 1956.
The unofficial low Wednesday morning was 21 degrees. The record for April 21 is 18, set in 1934.
Normal lows this time of year are in the mid-40s - which is Wednesday’s expected high temperature.
Warmer weather is expected to return Thursday with highs around 60.
It is expected to be even warmer next week with highs climbing into the lower 70s by Tuesday.
News update: Another break for Olmsted County property owners still affected by the pandemic.
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