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Deep frost may boost flooding

March 8, 2014

FAIRMONT — As residents await warmer temperatures, they may want to pick up the snow shovel one last time....

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upnorth

Mar-11-14 8:52 AM

Blue. Move 200+ miles N & you will see deep frost. I think every town in the County I live in has everybody running their water 24-7.

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blue5011

Mar-10-14 10:34 PM

"And in case you missed the radio announcements, both Easton and Elmore had issues with frozen pipes in town - and that's Faribault County."

I quit listening to the Fairmont radio station when I worked at a local company (they play the same songs every three hours) and I don't listen to Randy Allen in BE either. Like I stated, no one I know has had any issues.

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dbrace24

Mar-10-14 9:29 AM

blue5011 just because you haven't heard of it doesn't mean it hasn't happened. I live in Martin County and have had frozen water pipes so I can guarantee you that it's happening. And in case you missed the radio announcements, both Easton and Elmore had issues with frozen pipes in town - and that's Faribault County.

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karenjean

Mar-09-14 10:14 PM

at least 4-5 in ceylon.

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blue5011

Mar-08-14 11:57 AM

I haven't heard of a single person or household in Martin or Faribault county who had "frozen" pipes or septic system.

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