record temperature

Lisa Johnson

A year ago today, Duluth broke the record high temperature with 64 degrees.

Today, the National Weather Service reports a new low temperature for November 10 with -5.

If you don't decide to make tracks somewhere warmer, Larry Weber says you should get outside and LOOK AT tracks.

Back in 1936 over a ten day period in July, Duluth set seven record high temperatures that still stand - including 106 on July 13.

And that was back in the days when they took the temperature readings down by the lake.

Uff-da.

©lisa johnson/Thorsburg Photography

Last Saturday's 60 degrees at the National Weather Service was a record high temperature for March 12 ... 

and this past week's snow/rain/slush event set a record for precipitation.  The 1 1/2 inches of moisture we saw on Wednesday is more than is usual for the entire month of March! 

©2011 Pupparazzi-Companion Animal Photography

We're celebrating the 20th anniversary of -60 below in Tower, MN this coming week!

Lisa Johnson

Author and naturalist Larry Weber answers a listener's question about white pelicans and observes that the record temperature set in Duluth (taken by the lake, no less!) of 106 degrees, July 13, 1936 has not yet been broken!