Minneapolis-St. Paul ties record low Nov. 9 temperature

Cold November morning on the St. Paul riverfront. Photo by Greg Kellogg / Fox 9.

The temperature reading at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport tied a record low of 12 degrees on Thursday, Nov. 9. According to the National Weather Service, that’s the first record low temperature tied or broken at MSP since April 15, 2014.

This November cold snap is bringing record low temperatures elsewhere in the region. Eau Claire, Wisconsin tied its record low of three degrees on Friday.

The cold streak in Minnesota started on Oct. 27, which included the coldest Halloween night in 11 years. As of Nov. 10, temperatures in the Twin Cities have stayed below normal for 15 consecutive days. The normal maximum and minimum temperature is 45 degrees and 30 degrees.

The last time there was this long of a below average temperature streak was Feb. 11 to March 6, 2015, with 24 days below normal.