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    May 31

    Cloudy, showers; not as warm 72°Lo 56°
  • Wed

    Jun 1

    A p.m. t-storm possible 70°Lo 54°
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    Jun 2

    Mainly cloudy 69°Lo 53°
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    Jun 3

    Mostly sunny 67°Lo 47°
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    Jun 4

    A shower possible 68°Lo 47°
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Temperature History - May 31

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  Today Normal Record 5/31/2015
High 72° 73° N/A 62°
Low 56° 51° N/A 46°

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Rises at 5:37 AM with 15:30 of sunlight, then sets at 9:07 PM

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Moonrise / Moonset Illustration

Rises at 3:03 AM with 12:39 of moolight, then sets at 3:42 PM

Elbow Lake Weather Report

Minneapolis: Stormy pattern in store through rest of the week

May 26, 2016; 8:49 PM ET

Wet weather will continue in the Minneapolis region this week. more >

FOX 9 Minneapolis Headlines

Minnesota farmer killed by falling tree while protecting cattle from storm

A farmer from Arlington, Minnesota was pinned by a falling tree and killed while attempting to shelter his cattle from a storm on Tuesday, May 24.

According to the Sibley County sheriff, 62-year-old Marvin Ziesmer and his wife jumped on separate ATVs as the storm approached, in an effort to herd their cattle from the pasture to the shelter of a barn.

Strong winds brought down a tree, pinning Ziesmer to the ground. Ziesmer's wife is a nurse, but there was nothing she could do to save him. He was pronounced dead shortly after 6:30 p.m.

"What are the odds? I have no idea what the odds of something like that would be," said friend Hillard Rolf. "Just one of the freaky accidents."

Friends described Ziesmer as jolly, friendly and always willing to help. He worked for years at the Seneca Canning plant in the heart of downtown Arlington, retiring when the plant closed a couple of years ago. Now, loved ones are planning his funeral.

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