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BRAD ULLAND plays with his grandchildren, Reese, 1, on the slide and Mason, 3, on the City Park playground in Detroit Lakes Friday morning. It was a great day to have off from work, he said.

Flying high with the heat

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When you start shattering high temperature records this time of year in Minnesota, people just get plain giddy.

Detroit Lakes hit 63 degrees on Tuesday, breaking the 1914 record of 57 degrees.

And we've only just begun.

Local meteorologists are forecasting a week full of record-breaking temperatures in the 70s that have residents running around like chickens with their pants cut off (to shorts).

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