Frigid arctic air coming down from Canada set records in eastern North Dakota on Wednesday, but forecasters said a warmup was in store.
The temperature dropped to minus 33 degrees at the Grand Forks airport Wednesday morning, breaking the record for the date of minus 29 set in 1956, said Al Voelker, a National Weather Service meteorologist in the city.
Devils Lake hit 33 degrees below zero, breaking that city’s record for the date of 30 below set in 1939, Voelker said.
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