Weather Forecast


International Falls sets record low this morning

After tying a record low temperature on Wednesday, Intentional Falls broke a record Thursday with a morning low of 37, surpassing the old record of 39, set in 1999.

The first week in August has been unusually cold across much of the Northland, with each day below normal in the Falls, thanks especially to colder nights.

Duluth has been cooler than normal overnight, too, but normal daytime high temperatures have helped make up the difference.

Thursday will be cold and possibly damp in parts of the Northland, the National Weather Service forecast notes. The forecast calls for a return to warmer, more seasonable temperatures by Sunday, with highs in the mid 70s and lows in the mid-50s through next week.

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