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Temperatures fell to near record lows on Sunday morning in the Northland

Temperatures again dropped into the 20s across much of the Northland on Sunday morning, the second straight morning of lows well below normal. Low temperatures reported by the National Weather in Duluth included: 20 degrees -- Hibbing 23 degrees ...

 

Temperatures again dropped into the 20s across much of the Northland on Sunday morning, the second straight morning of lows well below normal.

Low temperatures reported by the National Weather in Duluth included:

  • 20 degrees - Hibbing
  • 23 degrees - Crane Lake, Brimson
  • 24 degrees - Hayward, Embarrass
  • 25 degrees - International Falls, Moose Lake, Solon Springs, Kabetogama
  • 26 degrees - Wright, Babbitt, Floodwood
  • 27 degrees - Superior, Ely, Grand Marais airport, Silver Bay, Aitkin, Ashland, Sandstone
  • 28 degrees - Duluth airport, Cook, Eveleth, Orr, Bigfork, Grand Rapids, Cloquet, Walker, Hinckley, Northome, Madeline Island
  • 29 degrees - Grand Marais harbor
  • 30 degrees - Two Harbors, McGregor

The low temperature at the Duluth airport was just two degrees off the record low for May 15, which remains 26 degrees, set in 2004. International Falls missed its May 15 record low by just one degree - it's still 24 degrees, also set in 2004.
There may be another chance for frost in the region Monday night, the weather service reported, with lows forecast to fall into the low to mid-30s. But a warming trend is expected in the week ahead, with highs possibly reaching 70 degrees by Wednesday.

The normal high for Duluth at this time of year is about 62 degrees; the normal low is 40.

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