Record Cold across the Northland

By KBJR News 1

Record Cold across the Northland

January 21, 2011 Updated Jan 21, 2011 at 11:37 AM CDT

Temperatures have been reported as low as -46 degrees for International Falls beating the previopus record set in 1954 of -41F.

A Extreme Cold Warning, Wind Chill Warning and Advisory expire today at 10am.

Fristbite times in Duluth have been hovering around 10-15 minutes today with the cold snap.

Temperatures this afternoon will be in the negative single digits for Highs.

Here are some of this morning's lows collected from the National Weather Service in Duluth, MN

TEMP    LOCATION                
----      ----------------------- 
-46     INTERNATIONAL FALLS     
-43     EMBARRASS            
-43     BIGFORK             
-43     ASHLAKE                 
-43     EFFIE                
-40     BIRCHDALE            
-38     CRANE LAKE             
-37     MINONG                  
-37     HILL CITY               
-36     LONGVILLE               
-36     PINE RIVER              
-36     SEAGULL LAKE            
-36     ELY                     
-36     WRIGHT                 
-33     GRAND RAPIDS            
-33     MCGREGOR                
-33     AITKIN                  
-33     HIBBING                 
-31     HAYWARD                 
-31     MOOSE LAKE              
-30     SIREN                   
-26     TWO HARBORS             
-26     SILVER BAY              
-24     DULUTH                  

 

Our Weather Watcher Zeke in Alborn, MN had a temperature of -40F this morning.

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