Record Lows Set this Morning Across Northern Minnesota
Someone forgot to remind Mother Nature that it's still summer, as temperatures plunged into the 30s across northern Minnesota. A new record low was set in International Falls for August 2nd at 34°.
The old record low in International Falls for August 2nd stood at 35° for nearly 70 years.
Low Temps Across Northern Minnesota this Morning
- International Falls: 34°
- Big Fork: 36°
- Roseau: 39°
- Pine River: 39°
- Grand Rapids: 41°
- Wadena: 43°
- Brainerd: 47°
- St. Cloud: 55°
I'm going walleye fishing in the Lake of the Woods next week. Guess I better throw in a jacket!