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james_walleye

People better keep an eye on there permanents if they have them out. Weather channel says 51 degrees on thursday. That kind of warmth, water sitting on the ice, and a some wind, it wont take much too eat away enough ice around a house in a day too make for some real problems.

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hawkeye43

it could happen like 2 years ago, lots of houses floating cause people didnt think it could happen that quick

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wheelierida

i just watched the number 9 and they said 38 in minneapolis on thursday. but who knows, the weather guy is never very acurate more than 3 days out!

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riverrat56

Just for the record (i do agree with your advice that people should be carful) but i have found the weatherchannel (weather.com) to be very unaccurate, there have been days forcasted as 20 and they have been 40 and days that were supposed to be 40 that were 20 and these

were 3 day forcasts so i will just take my chances with the local guys and go with the high 30's.

RR56

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james_walleye

I hope people got there houses off the lakes. I live in Rochester and havent seen the lakes but i can only imagine what today did too the ice.

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saddie

dont you love minnesota weather today it's 22 and raining hope sunday is a better day so we can get out on the ice

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riverrat56

ya its great, sat in the fishhouse and listened to the rain and it was thudering and lightning outside 3 days before i went around town in shorts, fished that morning in the rain, froze the day after fishing in the cold.

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