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Floods of 1965 still are records

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The St. Croix River spilled over its banks at a record level in the spring of 1965 and to this day, the records set 43 years ago still stand.

The winter and spring of 1965 saw record snow falls, including two big snow storms just before the weather suddenly turned warm. The result was a massive snow melt and record flooding throughout the upper Midwest.

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