We are just about a week away from April and we are still talking about temperatures in the teens and 20's below zero. The metro managed to stay above the coveted 0 degree mark, but much of northern Minnesota plunged to near record levels. International Falls actually set a new daily record low of -26° beating out the old record of -25°. It was only by a degree, but it was another mark that residents I'm sure didn't want the pleasure of having to deal with. Here are some of the coldest readings statewide Sunday morning. The metro managed lows from 3° to 9°... with Cambridge coming in as the furthest south location with subzero readings at -2°.