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VIDEO: Willmar sundogs Thursday afternoon in Willmar point to the approaching winter storm

An aerial drone view on Dec. 22 of sundogs over the Willmar horizon.

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A drone video screenshot of sundogs Thursday afternoon in north Willmar. The view looks southwest over the intersection of Kandiyohi County Road 24 and 41, just west of the Eagle Creek Golf Course.
Video screenshot / AJ Boldan
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WILLMAR — As the sun set Thursday afternoon in north Willmar, the cold air generated sundogs in the southwest horizon in the calm before the storm.

This drone video is looking southwest over the intersection of Kandiyohi County Roads 24 and 41, just west of the Eagle Creek Golf Course, and views the blustery skies of the approaching blizzard.

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