DULUTH, MN-- This week the sun has come out and temperatures have warmed nicely, which means events across the Twin Ports look good to go.
The last two weekends, the Duluth Parks and Recreation Department were forced to postpone some Cold Front festivities.
Recreation Specialist, Sam Werle said he was happy mother nature was allowing for those plans to get back on track.
“We had some fun stuff planned that we're kind of bummed that we had to postpone but it is out of safety we can't be outside when it's that frigid cold out for extended periods so we’re excited to get these back on the calendar,” said Werle.
This weekend’s fun kicks with a Yeti Hunt in the parks. If you spot the Yeti cut-out you can get entered to win a prize.
Just across town Spirit Mountain is gearing up for a busy weekend as well. Sunday kicks off the 4th annual Frosted Fatty- a downhill fat bike race.
Spirit Mountain Co-Director of Resort Operations Jon Regenold says the weather could not be better for the event.
“This year the weather is lining up perfectly that it looks like it's going to be warm enough but the sun won't be completely baking the snow,” said Regenold.
For more information about Cold Front festivities, you can click here.
For more information about Frosted Fatty, you can click here.