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    Feb 19

    A chance for snow or flurries 36°Lo 13°
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    Feb 20

    Cloudy with snow possible 28°Lo 7°
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    Feb 21

    Mostly cloudy, snow possible 32°Lo 6°
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    Feb 22

    Snow showers possible; colder 21°Lo 8°
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    Feb 23

    Increasing cloudiness 23°Lo 6°
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A chance for a bit of snow or flurries 30° Lo 18° RealFeel® 25° / 6°

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  • Rain: 0 in
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  • Humidity: 88%
  • Cloud Cover: 100%
  • Dew Point: 20° F
  • Visibility: 10 mi
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Temperature History - Feb 19

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  Today Normal Record 2/19/2015
High 36° 28° 56° (1981)
Low 13° -26° (1910) -16°

Sunrise/Sunset

Sunrise / Sunset Illustration

Rises at 7:13 AM with 10:36 of sunlight, then sets at 5:49 PM

Moonrise/Moonset

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Moonrise / Moonset Illustration

Rises at 3:03 PM with 14:44 of moolight, then sets at 5:47 AM

Sauk Rapids Weather Report

Minneapolis: Brutally cold air to grip city through week

February 9, 2016; 10:52 AM ET

Minneapolis will endure a week of brutally cold conditions before a return to normal temperatures next week. more >

FOX 9 Minneapolis Headlines

It's illegal to drive with both earbuds in Minnesota, and Plymouth PD is watching

This month, the Plymouth Police Department is going to target drivers wearing both headphones - it's illegal in Minnesota to have earbuds in both ears while operating a motor vehicle.

Police said the initiative is aiming at reducing crashes, thereby saving lives and reducing injuries by educating motorists about the law.

Minnesota Statute 169.471, Subd. 2 says "No person, while operating a motor vehicle, shall wear headphones or earphones that are used in both ears simultaneously for purposes of receiving or listening to broadcasts or reproductions from radios, tape decks, or other sound-producing or transmitting devices."

Drivers can use one earbud, but must make sure one ear is able to listen to noises on the road, like a siren, horn or screeching brakes.

"Drivers should focus on one thing while behind the wheel - driving," said Plymouth Patrol Officer Scott Kirchner. "It's dangerous and distracting when music or other entertainment is drowning out a driver's ability to focus on the road and avoid potential crashes or hear an approaching emergency vehicle."

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