Celina, Minnesota, reported a low temperature of -17°F on November 10th, a new all-time state record low for this date. Not just for Celina, but for the entire state.
A number of northern Minnesota communities came close to matching Celina’s record low for November 10th. Those include -16°F at Orr, -15°F at Bigfork, -14°F at Embarrass, and -13°F Cotton and Brimson.
So far average November temperatures around the state are running 6 to 12 degrees F colder than normal, with several new record low temperatures reported on both November 8th and November 10th.
The above comes from University of Minnesota Extension climatologist and meteorologist Mark Seeley.
Thanks to Ryan for this link
“I heard when you set records in the icebox of the country it might not be indicative of global warming,” says Ryan.