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Sartell East Weather

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Sartell, Minnesota 56377 USA

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Today will be chilly with wind chills below zero through this morning. Temperatures warm into the weekend and into the beginning of next week with dry weather.

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For Friday, January 28

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YESTERDAY'S HIGH/LOW

TEMPERATURES IN SARTELL

High: 33.3    Low:  -2.7

Today's Normal High:  21*

Today's Normal Low:  2*

*recorded at St. Cloud Regional Airport  

YESTERDAY'S NATIONAL

HIGH/LOW TEMPERATURES

83 at W. Kendall-Tamiami, FL

-39 at Masardis, ME

SUN & MOON TODAY

Sunrise: 7:42 am   Sunset: 5:17 pm

Day Length:   9hr 35m


CURRENT MOON PHASE

Waning Crescent  16% Illuminated

 New Moon: Jan. 31   First Qtr:  Feb. 8 

Full Moon: Feb. 16   Last Qtr: Feb. 23

On This Date

In Weather History

   1922 - The "Knickerbocker" storm immobilized Washington, D.C. The storm produced 28 inches of snow in 32 hours, and the heavy snow caused the roof of the Knickerbocker movie theater to collapse, killing 96 people.

   1989 - Nome, Alaska, reported an all-time record low reading of 54 degrees below zero, and the temperature at Fairwell dipped to 69 degrees below zero. Deadhorse reported a morning low of 49 degrees below zero, with a wind chill reading of 114 degrees below zero. 

Today's Weather Folklore

 A reddish sun has water in his eye; before long you won't be dry. 

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