- Including February 28th, 2014
- The Duluth, MN Airport has experienced low temperatures below zero on 65 days since December 1, 2013. The previous record was 59 days with below zero readings set during the winters of 1958-1959, 1916-1917 as well as the winter of 1874-1875.
- The International Falls, MN Airport has experienced low temperatures below zero on 70 days since December 1, 2013. This ties the previous record set during the winter of 1977-1978.
- February 11th marked the 23rd consecutive day with a temperature below zero at Duluth. This set a new record, breaking the previous streak of 22 days set in 1936 as well as 1963.
The arctic cold has been persistent, but not record-setting. The Duluth Aiport has only set one daily temperature record, yesterday for a record cool high temperature.
- Snowfall between July 1 and February 27th:
Duluth, MN (Aiport): 83.8 inches
International Falls, MN: 75.6 inches
- January of 2014 was The Coldest January in past 20 years
- December 2013 was in the Top 5 Snowiest Decembers on Reocrd
The winter of 1935-1936 was also very cold across the region. January 13th of 1936 is the daily record low temperature at Duluth, an impressive reading of -35° F. Duluth also saw a 22 day stretch of below zero readings from Jan 17th - Feb 7th in 1936. Interestingly, the summer that followed included multiple dates with temperatures soaring over 100° F at Duluth, MN. A temperature of 106° F, Duluth's warmest temperature ever recorded, was set on July 13th 1936.