The day after Christmas was warm and windy in Minnesota, with record high temperatures being set across the state. New Ulm hit 54 degrees on Monday, breaking the old record high of 49 degrees set back in 1956. Montevideo also hit 54 degrees, while Clara City and Hutchinson both got up to 53. Other record-setters include Duluth, which reached 43 degrees Monday afternoon on a day when it’s usually around 19. Meanwhile, Minnesotans also felt plenty of wind Monday, with the highest gust at 47-miles-an-hour recorded in the City of Henderson.