Rochester,MN (KROC AM News ) - It will be warm across southeast Minnesota Monday with temperatures climbing into the upper 60’s.

It was very warm in parts of Minnesota Sunday and some records were set.Both the Twin Cities and St. Cloud had record highs of 70 degrees.

The warmest reading in the state was in Canby at 76. Redwood Falls had a high of 75. Numerous cities had highs in the low 70’s. Highs in southeast Minnesota were mostly in the low to mid 60’s.Rochester’s high was 62.

Rochester’s run of warm weather will come to an end Monday, which marks 10 straight days of above normal temperatures.

It has been at or above freezing since last Sunday morning. Colder air will move into the region Monday night.

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