(KMSP) - The National Weather Service reports some record-breaking cold temperatures for Sept. 6 in northern Minnesota with both International Falls and Hibbing finding themselves waking up to a very chilly morning.
International Falls reached 28 degree Thursday, breaking the previous record of 31 degrees for Sept. 6. Hibbing fell to 29 degrees, breaking the previous record of 33.
Though not a record, Robinson, Minnesota near Ely was a chilly 25 degrees.
— NWS Duluth (@NWSduluth) September 6, 2018
Summer was nice while it lasted.