Related Program: Northland Morning Backyard Almanac: the 84 degrees you missed in February of 1996 By Lisa Johnson • Feb 2, 2018 Related Program: Northland Morning TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit ©NOAA A lot of folks still remember where they were on the February 2 in 1996 when Tower hit a record -60 below zero and Duluth recorded -39. But do you remember where you were a week later when the temp jumped 84 degrees? Listen Listening... / 12:45 Tags: Backyard AlmanacLarry WeberRecord TempsJanuaryFebruaryTower MNTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Backyard Almanac: ..."by the light ... of the silvery moon ..." By Lisa Johnson • Jan 26, 2018 Patti Petersen/Flickr Larry Weber says, once in a blue moon (like the one January 31), you should get out for a nice moonlight walk or ski or snowshoe tromp. Backyard Almanac - when the Delightful Daily Dozen Disappear By Lisa Johnson • Jan 19, 2018 ©Catherine Winter. Used with permission "January can give us interesting days," remarks Larry Weber, dryly. We set a record low of -33 January 18 in 1994, and a year ago at this time, we had temperatures in the mid-40s.