Record Warm Day in the Northland

It was a Warm February Day in the Northland
February 13th, 2011
 

Thanks to a low pressure system centered in Canada, warm air was quickly ushered into the Northland today. 

High temperatures today, February 13th, soared well into the 40s for many locations across Minnesota and Wisconsin. Relatively cooler readings, around 40, were found along the north shore of Lake Superior.  International Falls reported a high temperature of 46 degrees which breaks their old record set it 1983. The Duluth Airport had a high of 45 degrees, which was just 2 degrees shy of the record of 47 degrees for this date. Last winter, Duluth did not reach 40 degrees until March 2nd.   

 
Here are a few high temperatures Sunday around the region:
Duluth Airport, MN.........45 F
International Falls, MN....46 F
Duluth Harbor, MN.........46 F
Hibbing, MN...................49 F
Grand Rapids, MN..........48 F
Ely, MN..........................43 F
Orr, MN.........................47 F
Brainerd, MN..................49 F
Moose Lake, MN...........46 F
Silver Bay.......................45 F
Two Harbors, MN.........45 F
Grand Marais, MN........34 F
Saint Cloud, MN...........47 F
Minneapolis, MN...........48 F
Ashland, WI...................46 F
Hayward, WI.................47 F
Phillips, WI....................46 F
Siren, WI.......................46 F
Eau Claire, WI...............46 F
 


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