DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — It’s June now, but residents in Minnesota’s Northland area were waking up to sub-freezing temperatures.
A Duluth News Tribune report (http://bit.ly/10RORiT ) says the mercury dipped below 30 degrees in some areas Sunday morning.
The National Weather Service says International Falls reported a low of 30 degrees, a record low for the date. The previous record of 32 degrees was reached three times, most recently in 2009.
Crane Lake reported a morning low of 28. Elsewhere, temperatures ranged from the low 30s in Orr and Hibbing to the high 30s in Cloquet and Two Harbors.
The weather was a little balmier in Superior, which was 43 degrees. The Duluth airport had a low of 44 degrees, and the Duluth Harbor was 45 degrees.
Information from: Duluth News Tribune, http://www.duluthnewstribune.com