Cold records crushed in Minnesota 2nd day in a row

Cold arctic air plunges in the Midwest in early November. Signs of a Very cold and brutal Winter ahead?

International Falls, Hibbing and Duluth shattered previous records on both November 9 and 10.

On Nov 9, the temperature fell to -13F in International Falls, shattering the old record of 0F set in 1979.
On Nov 10, the temp in Ini’l Falls dropped to -14F, breaking the old record of -6F set in 1986.

On Nov 9, the temp in Hibbing fell to -9F, breaking the old record of 2F set in 2003.
On Nov 10, the temp fell to -12F, breaking the old record of 0F set in 1979.

In Duluth on Nov 9, the temp fell to 0F, breaking the old record of 5F set in 1959.
On Nov 10, the temp in Duluth fell to -5F, breaking the old record of 1F set in 1986.



Thanks to Ryan Green for this info


2 thoughts on “Cold records crushed in Minnesota 2nd day in a row

  1. Yup that looks about right I can also tell ya no one was predicting it to get that cold at all. The forecast was for temperatures around 0.

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