According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, Mar-pril weather will continue with below-average temps through the majority of next week, but then the area is poised for a warm-up that appears like the proverbial 'corner' we need to turn to properly welcome Spring.
The National Weather Service seems to be teasing us with their comment "Wouldn't this be nice?"
This comes on a day where portions of Minnesota have seen snow showers and reduced visibility with winds that are gusting almost 50 miles an hour. But like the National Weather Service tweeted, we won't set any record cold temps today though.
So, does it make anyone feel better if we tell you that we won't be setting any record cold highs for today? 2020 will keep that record with highs of 30° at MSP, 28° at STC, 29° at EAU. Of course, we are ignoring the current wind chills... gotta find the bright side #mnwx#wiwx
Here's to hoping the current forecasting model is more correct than we often give it credit for, and we do indeed see some warmer seasonal temperatures.
Gorgeous! The Historic Cutler Mansion in Duluth Is On The Market For Under $1 Million
Featuring a limestone facade and a castle-like appearance, one of the most recognizable homes in Duluth is the Cuter Mansion. Recently, this historic home went on the market for just under $1 million.
Dwight Cutler, a building materials mogul, obviously spared no expense when commissioning the construction of this residence, which was built in 1912. The exterior stone was quarried from Lake Erie’s Kelly Island and the woodwork throughout was skillfully crafted.
The mansion features 8,484 square feet including 12 bedrooms and 7 baths on a large, treed, corner lot. It also provides 4 attached garage spaces.
What's interesting about this listing is that it could be a revenue generator for the new owner. It was built as a single-family residence, but has since been converted into a four-plex.
Each unit of the four-plex features large living spaces, spacious bedrooms, full kitchens, and private laundries. It also provides gorgeous common spaces.
The home is currently being used as a rental, but it could also be used as a multigenerational home, possibly a bed and breakfast, or even converted back into a single-family home.
There are a lot of great options for the new owner. Take a look at Duluth's Cutler Mansion, which went on the market for $849,900.
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