Cold summer ready to make records in Duluth, International Falls
The numbers don't lie, but it's not as if we needed graphs to show us.
It's been cold. It's been windy. It hasn't been the greatest summer. Especially if you live in the Icebox of the Nation.
International Falls is about to set a record for the coldest July since records have been kept. The National Weather Service in Duluth said the average monthly temperature so far is 58.7 degrees, 7.3 degrees below normal and on pace to beat the 59.4 degree coldest July set in 1992.
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