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Continued: Heavy April showers turning Minnesota puddles into ponds

  • Article by: ELIZABETH HUSTAD , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 29, 2014 - 9:45 AM

Meyer said to look out for new movement in trees, such as leaning or exposed roots that haven’t always been there. “That’s the easiest sign to tell if it’s a hazardous tree,” he said. Being watchful of newly planted trees that have yet to take root is also a good idea, he said.

 

Staff writer Bill McAuliffe contributed to this report.

Elizabeth Hustad is a University of Minnesota student reporter on assignment for the Star Tribune.







 

  • A CHILLY START TO MAY

    May flowers better bring their sweaters and galoshes. Expect rain and snow showers until partly sunny skies appear Friday. Temperatures will remain in the upper 40s to low 50s.

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