Eastern ND and Northwest MN Weather History
The Weather History for February 1st
- An extremely cold air mass infiltrated the northern plains, bringing record breaking cold to much of eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. On February 1st, the temperature plummeted to 51 degrees below zero at Fosston, and 45 below at Thief River Falls. On the following night, temperatures once again fell to 45 to 55 degrees below zero. The governor closed all schools in the state of Minnesota on account of extreme cold.
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