Metrodome heat adjusted

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In order to prevent another roof collapse at the Metrodome, the heat has been cranked up at the Metrodome, the Associated Press reported.

This was done to melt the snow at a faster pace. Steve Maki, director of facilities for the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Authority, said it would remain that way until after the storm ends, the Associated Press confirmed.

The roof of the Metrodome collapsed in December, 2010. The Vikings were forced to relocate for two home games.

Accuweather reported that the building was heated over night so snow would not build up on the roof.

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