School Children Won’t Know What The Gophers Hockey Team Looks Like

Won’t someone think of the kids?

Up to 16 inches of snow had fallen in the Twin Cities by Sunday night, and National Weather Service forecasters predicted that a couple of more inches might fall overnight. Late Sunday, Ham Lake had 15.2 inches of snow, and Columbus Township, also in Anoka County, reported 16 inches, the Weather Service said. Hugo had 15.8 inches. Chanhassen, Excelsior and Burnsville all reported about 12 inches. Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport got 10.2 inches.

More than 150 flights at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport were canceled Sunday, said airport spokesman Pat Hogan. Delta Air Lines, the airport’s dominant carrier, said travelers through the Twin Cities and Duluth can re-book their flights without charge.

Among the inconvenienced fliers were members of the University of Minnesota men’s hockey team, who had their flight from Colorado to the Twin Cities diverted to Omaha. The Gophers were on their way back from a two-game series vs. Colorado College.

It’s so terrible!

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5 Responses to “School Children Won’t Know What The Gophers Hockey Team Looks Like”

  1. john says:

    Please tell us whether the TEMP was above or below normal for this December day. Care to wage one way or the other ?

  2. Doesn’t matter. Big snow.

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    yes, because hot weather creates cold snow.

  4. And cold snow creates micro-bikinis, thereby completing the circle of climate change

    I’m still waiting for john to tell us he’s given up all fossil fuel usage

  5. john says:

    Temps were all normal though, right? I mean this is december.

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