Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - It felt more like early March instead of late April across Minnesota Thursday.

Several cities in northeast Minnesota had lows in the teens with Grand Marais reporting 16 degrees.

Several northern cities also set records for coldest maximum temperatures. Rochester came close with a high of only 37 degrees, missing the record lowest maximum temperature for the date by just two degrees.

It was cold again in Rochester Friday morning. The unofficial low at the city airport was 29 degrees. Other cities also had lows in the 20s.

The below normal weather that moved in this week is expected to remain through much of next week. Also, look for more rain, possibly another inch.

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