Summary of Monday's Temperatures/Heat Index Values

It was a HOT day in the Northland
Thanks to a warm front positioned along the Canadian border in northern Minnesota, much of the region saw temperatures warm into the 90s the afternoon of July 16th, 2012. Below is a list of the recorded max temperature and observed heat index values across the Northland for July 16th, 2012. Values are in Fahrenheit.
 
Northeast Minnesota  
  • KDYT:  Duluth Harbor    93, Heat Index 100 at 500 pm
  • KDLH:  Duluth Airport    92,  Heat Index 95 at 500 pm
  • KCOQ:  Cloquet              91,  Heat Index 91 at 400 pm
  • KHZX:  McGregor          90,  Heat Index 95 at 400 pm
  • K04W:   Hinckley            91,  Heat Index 97 at 500 pm
  • KAIT:    Aitkin                91,  Heat Index 98 at 400 pm
  • KBRD:  Brainerd             94,  Heat Index 98 at 300 pm
  • KHIB:    Hibbing             91,  Heat Index 98 at 500 pm 
  • KINL:    Inter'l Falls        87,  Heat Index 92 at 200 pm
  • KELO:   Ely                     88,  Heat Index 92 at 400 pm
  • KORR:  Orr                     91,  Heat Index 98 at 300 pm
 
Northern Wisconsin  
  • KSUP:  Superior              93,  Heat Index 97 at 600 pm
  • KASH:   Ashland            99,  Heat Index 99 at 500 pm
  • KHYR:  Hayward            94,  Heat Index 96 at 400 pm
  • KRZN:  Siren                  95,  Heat Index 95 at 300 pm
  • KPBH:  Phillips              93,  Heat Index 93 at 300 pm
 
 
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