Frontal boundary leads to large temperature variations across the upper Midwest

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The high temperature on March 31 in Minneapolis, MN was 50 degrees.A Approximately 330 miles to the southwest, Lincoln, NE basked in a record-breaking 91 degrees.A Between the two locations, a frontal boundary separated the two disparate air masses.A Air masses are defined as large regions in which atmospheric temperature and moisture ... (more)

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CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#1 Apr 1, 2012
This can only mean one thing.

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