Another cold snap sets records across the Northland

DULUTH, MN– The calendar may have turned to March, but it still feels like January.

Many towns set a new record for the coldest high temperature Sunday, with Duluth, Brainerd and Hibbing setting new record lows Monday morning.

Here’s a list of the coldest high temperatures vs. the record

  • Duluth: 1 (previous record: 2)
  • Brainerd: -1 (previous record: 5)
  • I-Falls: -2 (previous record: 3)
  • Hibbing: -3 (previous record: 3)
  • Ashland: 4 (previous record: 7)

All of the previous records were set back in 2002.

Here are the record low temperatures from Monday morning:

  • Duluth: -19 (previous record: -18 in 1875)
  • Brainerd: -24 (previous record: -16 in 2015)
  • Hibbing: -28 (previous record: -18 in 2014)

Average high temperatures are in the upper 20s to lower 30s for the beginning of March, with lows in the low to mid teens.

Austin Haskins

Austin Haskins

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