By the numb: This winter in Minnesota


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    February 13, 2019

Here's a look at the impact of the cold and snow, especially the recent snow, on the region:

3: Daily snow records set by Minneapolis-St. International Airport Paul in February.

4: Phase 2019 snow (up to now) compared to every February dating back to 1875.

5.3: Measuring new snow inches at the Minneapolis-St. Airport Paul as noon on Tuesday.

7: Rail Breaks on the Mid-Blue Blue and Green lines. Usually one is one or two in winter.

8: Days with temperatures ever rising above zero in Grand Forks, N.D., – the longest stretch of the record 13th, which finished on Monday.

10: Minnesota State Patrol filters hit and damaged this month.

22: Snow Inches in Duluth for the last eight days – there is an average of 86 minutes annually.

43: Minnesota Department of Transportation hit and damaged the roads of this winter state.

70: Plow St Paul uses shift during snow operations.

181: Report Crashes for the State Patrol of Minnesota from 10:30 p.m. Monday to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

216: Plow and trucks out on Minneapolis streets from Saturday night.

1,800: Military of days on streets St Paul's trees must be clear during a snow emergency.

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The University Avenue was held in St Paul in December 2009.

2,598: Increased cars to increase in Minneapolis and St. Paul since the end of January.

3,200: Lines of thousands of streets Minneapolis plows clear over a three-day snow emergency.

5,038: Snow emergency tickets written in St Paul in both recent snow emergencies.

11,161: Snow emergency tickets written in Minneapolis in the last two snow emergencies.

20377: Calls to the State Patrol of Minnesota last week, ending on Sunday night.

$ 54.8 million: What has been done by the Minnesota Department of Transport to date on the maintenance of the winter road – at the same time lasting $ 62.2 million.

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