Duluth Breaks All Time Record for Consecutive Days Below Zero
Original post made by Frosty the Snowman on Feb 16, 2014
On another note the Winter of 2013-2014 in Duluth has tied the record of number of days below zero degrees Fahrenheit at 59. This record was tied in the Winter of 1958-1959, the Winter of 1916-1917, and the Winter of 1874-1875.
If we have much more global warming we are all going to freeze to death.
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