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How cold was it? Morning lows in the Northland

Temperatures dropped into the 20s below zero in parts of the Northland on Tuesday morning, with wind chills as low as 41 below. The cold spots were Hayward, Phillips and Fifield in Northwestern Wisconsin, which each dropped to 25 below zero, the ...

Temperatures dropped into the 20s below zero in parts of the Northland on Tuesday morning, with wind chills as low as 41 below.

The cold spots were Hayward, Phillips and Fifield in Northwestern Wisconsin, which each dropped to 25 below zero, the National Weather Service in Duluth reported.

The Grand Marais airport dropped to 17 below zero, but recorded the lowest wind chill: 41 below zero, at about 6:30 a.m.

Other low temperatures included:

  • 22 below zero: Cable
  • 21 below zero: Minong
  • 19 below zero: Sea Gull Lake
  • 18 below zero: Cotton, Brule, Glidden
  • 16 below zero: Isabella, Hermantown
  • 15 below zero: Ely, Bigfork, Namekagon
  • 14 below zero: Embarrass, Grand Portage, Aurora, Buyck, Makinen, Butternut
  • 13 below zero: Eveleth, Chisholm, Island Lake, Cook, Orr, Kabetogama, Siren, Birchdale
  • 12 below zero: Hibbing, Clam Lake, Hill City, Littlefork
  • 11 below zero: Saginaw, Floodwood, International Falls, Crane Lake, Deer River, Wright, Cloquet
  • 10 below zero: Duluth airport, Togo, Proctor, Sturgeon Lake

Other wind chill reports included:

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  • 34 below zero: Chisholm, Grand Portage, Hermantown
  • 33 below zero: Duluth airport, Hayward, Birchdale
  • 31 below zero: Cloquet, Grand Rapids, Cook, Orr
  • 30 below zero: International Falls, Cohasset

 Subzero lows are expected again on Wednesday morning, before temperatures rebound into the teens above zero later in the day.

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