Weather: Blizzard was among deadliest in Minnesota
A feature of life in Minnesota is memorable snowstorms. Seventy-one years ago the Armistice Day Blizzard blasted through the state resulting in one of the deadliest storms to strike Minnesota
On Nov. 11, 1940, the day began just like any other. Temperatures across the state ranged from low 40s in the north to near 60 in southern Minnesota.
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