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Wind gusts reach over 50 miles per hour in west central Minnesota

Wind gusts reach over 50 miles per hour Tuesday across west central Minnesota. Garbage cans littered the streets and debris swept acrossmany Willmar streets. Ice on Willmar Lake floats in blocks as the wind pushes the sheets of ice up on the shor...

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Briana Sanchez / Tribune Blocks of ice float in the water in Willmar Lake as high winds create a frozen tide Tuesday afternoon.

Wind gusts reach over 50 miles per hour Tuesday across west central Minnesota.

Garbage cans littered the streets and debris swept acrossmany Willmar streets.

Ice on Willmar Lake floats in blocks as the wind pushes the sheets of ice up on the shore.

The aluminum sheeting on the Willmar Fabrications building on Trott Avenue began to lift because of the high winds.

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