Frosty Sunday morning in parts of the Northland


Even though it's June, some Minnesotans woke up to sub-freezing temperatures Sunday morning.

International Falls reported a record low of 30 degrees, according to the Duluth News Tribune. The previous record for June 2 was 32 degrees, which was set back in 1969, and then again in 1982 and 2009.

The newspaper says the mercury dipped to 28 degrees in Crane Lake. Other areas across the Northland were also at or below the freezing mark.

The National Weather Service says overnight lows will be in the 30s across most of region again Sunday night. Some areas in northern Minnesota could see temperatures in the upper 20s.

KSTP meteorologist Johnathan Yuhas says clear skies Sunday night will allow temperatures to fall into the upper 40s to low 50s in the Twin Cities metro.

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