March Record Tied For Consecutive Nights Above 32 Degrees

Nine Consecutive Nights Above Freezing in March at Duluth

A record was tied at Duluth, MN on March 17th with 9 consecutive nights with an above freezing low temperature for the month of March. This ties the previous stretch set in 1878 when low temperatures were above freezing from March 5th through March 13th. The last time the temperature was 32 degrees or below this month was on the 8th at 8:55 a.m. with a reading of 32 degrees. That's a string of 230 consecutive hours with above freezing temperatures at Duluth ending at 12:59 a.m. CDT March 18th.  


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