Another cool night tonight with patchy frost possible; dry and pleasant Sunday (lake breeze continues)

Note: Ashland, Duluth and Hibbing all had low temperatures Saturday morning which ranked in the top 5 coldest on record for June 13th, but no new records were set Saturday morning.

-There is another chance for patchy frost overnight tonight/early Sunday morning, mainly over portions of northwest Wisconsin and far eastern Minnesota, away from Lake Superior.

-Sunday is shaping up to be another nice late spring day across the Northland with highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s, but it will remain cooler near Lake Superior (highs in the 50s) Winds on Sunday will be out of the east or southeast at 10 to 20 mph.

-Warmer temperatures are looking more likely after Monday with widespread 80s across the Northland by Tuesday and Wednesday with even a chance for a few 90s! Also looks to turn a little more humid as well with dew points possibly climbing into the upper 50s to middle 60s by Tuesday and Wednesday.


Note: Probably won’t see any new cold temperature records set Sunday morning, but a few locations may get close to their record low temps – Here are the record low temperatures for June 14th.

Brainerd, MN: 28 degrees set in 1917

International Falls, MN: 29 degrees set in 1958

Ashland, WI: 29 degrees set in 1927

Hibbing, MN: 34 degrees set in 1965

Duluth, MN: 35 degrees set in 1958

Low Temperature Reports from Saturday morning, June 13, 2020


Brimson, MN: 27 F

Silver Bay, MN: 27 F

Cotton, MN: 29 F

Ely, MN: 30 F

Crane Lake, MN: 30 F

2 E Celina, MN: 30 F

Grand Marais Airport: 32 F

Floodwood, MN: 32 F

3 E Orr, MN: 32 F

Hibbing, MN: 32 F

Ashland, WI: 32 F

Aitkin, MN: 32 F

Two Harbors, MN: 32 F

Eveleth, MN: 33 F

Orr, MN: 34 F

Cook, MN: 34 F

Hayward, WI: 34 F

3 E Wright, MN: 34 F

Wolf Ridge, MN: 35 F

Superior Airport: 35 F

Siren, WI: 35 F

4 W Clam Lake, WI: 36 F

Duluth Airport: 38 F

International Falls, MN: 39 F


There is a chance we may see a few showers or thunderstorms Monday morning as warmer, more humid and unstable air begins to build NE into the upper Midwest. A few showers or storms might develop early Monday on the leading edge of this warmer air mass.

Simulated radar forecast valid from 1 AM Monday to 1 PM Monday.

Source: 18z NAM 3km model 6.13.2020;

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