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Record Cold High Temperature Monday In St. Cloud

National League All-Star Tim Hudson #17 of the San Francisco Giants with his daughter during the Gillette Home Run Derby at Target Field on July 14, 2014 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

ST. CLOUD – Polar air gripped central Minnesota yesterday (Monday), giving us a new record.

The official high in St. Cloud was only 65 degrees, breaking the record for the coldest high temperature recorded on that date. The old record was 68 degrees, set in 2011.

The good news is it doesn’t look like we’ll set another record today (Tuesday). The record low for this morning is 44 degrees.

Normal highs and lows for this time of the year are 83 and 59.

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