DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - The record for the most consecutive days with a low temperature below zero in Duluth was matched on Monday morning and is expected to be broken on Tuesday. The record is 22 straight days set in 1936 and again in 1963. The predicted low for Tuesday morning is expected to reach 15 to 20 below which would set the new consecutive days below zero record at 23 for 2014. The National Weather Service then expects to see moderating temperatures for the rest of the week.
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