It looks like March is picking up right where February left off.

In case you haven't heard it a hundred times already, February was a history maker for Duluth: it was our snowiest in history. It's only right that March breaks a few records, too.

Our first full weekend of March came in swinging. On Sunday (March 3rd), several areas across the Northland set new records for chilly maximum temperatures.

The National Weather Service of Duluth shared some of their data on Twitter, writing:


Sadly, this wasn't a huge shock for us when we opened our eyes Sunday morning. Last week, the National Weather Service revealed that Duluth is on a "historically long stretch" of days below 32 degrees.

If you believe what the Old Farmer's Almanac is saying, we shouldn't expect a warm up any time soon. According to their predictions, we can expect frigid conditions pretty much through the end of the month.


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