One bit of advice from the Minnesota Department of Commerce Energy Information Center is to turn down your thermostat to 65 degrees while at home and 55 or 60 when away or asleep.
Minnesotans encouraged to apply for heating assistance
ST. PAUL -- It was 70 and 80 degrees in many parts of the state last week. Despite the unseasonably warm weather, Minnesotans know all too well that it won't be long before the temperature drops and furnaces all over the state start kicking in.
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