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Northwoods thaw ends after a warm month

 


By RALPH ANSAMI

ransami@yourdailyglobe.com

IRONWOOD — More seasonable temperatures have returned to the Ironwood area as the January thaw has come to an end.

The slippery conditions produced by temperatures near freezing have been replaced by more frigid air, with lows near zero.

There’s more bitter cold temperatures and some sunshine in the forecast. Saturday, with a high of 24 forecast, should be ideal for the snowshoe hike from 1 to 3 p.m. beginning at Schomberg Park in Oma, along U.S. 51.

It was a sunny 13 degrees at noon on Wednesday in Ironwood.

January was much warmer than usual...



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