MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – While the calendar says Minnesota is in the middle of summer, it felt like fall in northern Minnesota on Tuesday morning.
A new daily low temperature record was set in International Falls, where the mercury dipped to 37 degrees, breaking the record (38 degrees) set back in 1898.READ MORE: After More Remains Found, Adam Johnson's Family Pleads For Answers
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Typically, low temperatures in International Fall, which sits along the Minnesota-Canada border, hover around the mid-50s this time of year.
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In the Twin Cities, temperatures were cool Tuesday morning but not record-breaking. Highs Tuesday are expected to be below average, in the mid-70s, despite sunny skies.