The low temperature dropped below zero at the Duluth Airport Saturday and yesterday, leading to yet another cold record for the winter of 2013-14.  They were the 73rd and 74th days this "cold season" that the low temperature dropped below zero.  The previous record for a single extended winter season was 72, set in 1874-75.  It was bitterly cold elsewhere in northern Minnesota yesterday with numerous cities reporting morning lows in the minus teens and 20's.  The Weather Service reported that International Falls and Crane Lake each hit 26 below zero, a record for International Falls.

Hang in there for temps in the 50's on Sunday!

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