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12-23-08, 01:17 AM #1Banned
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What's the coldest temperature?
What's the coldest temperature ever recorded in your area and state. The record coldest was -9 in Atlanta. The coldest in the state was -17 in Floyd county in the NW corner of the state. Early this morning was pretty cold too with 18 above 0 Temp and a 20MPH NW wind blowing on my back deck.
12-23-08, 02:47 AM #2
It would probably be cheating for me to reply...RIP Sarah Noll~11-8-87 to 4-17-08
12-23-08, 03:02 AM #3
-47°F, was recorded on February 12, 1899 at Camp Clarke and on December 22, 1989 at Oshkosh. -34°F is the record low for my city.
BTW, state record high was 118°F - that was just a few miles away.
12-23-08, 03:11 AM #4
The lowest temperature in Minnesota, -60°, was recorded on February 2, 1996 at Tower.
12-23-08, 03:18 AM #5
Negative 80 at Prospect Creek in 1971...RIP Sarah Noll~11-8-87 to 4-17-08
12-23-08, 03:22 AM #6
The lowest temperature in Maine, -48°, was recorded on January 19, 1925 at Van Buren. I'm from Maine. In NC, who knows, this winter is for wimps.
12-23-08, 07:11 AM #7
The lowest temperature in Louisiana, -16°, was recorded on February 13, 1899 at Minden.Swamp Mafia
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12-23-08, 08:20 AM #8
Highest Temperature: The highest temperature recorded in Mississippi is 115°, Fahrenheit. This record high was recorded on July 29, 1930 at Holly Springs.
Lowest Temperature: The lowest temperature in Mississippi, -19°, was recorded on January 30, 1966 at Corinth.
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12-23-08, 09:23 AM #10
The lowest recorded temperature in NJ was -34 in January 1904.
12-23-08, 09:31 AM #11
Lowest: -23 seminole,tx feb 8 1933
Highest 120 August 12, 1936 at Seymour
12-23-08, 09:44 AM #12
The lowest temperature in Wisconsin, -55°, was recorded on February 4, 1996 at Couderay.
The highest temperature recorded in Wisconsin is 114°, Fahrenheit. This record high was recorded on July 13, 1936 at Wisconsin Dells.
The coldest recorded temperature in Madison was 37 degrees below zero on January 30, 1951.Somebody Please, what the hell is that smell?
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12-23-08, 10:08 AM #13
The lowest temperature in Alabama, -27°, was recorded on January 30, 1966 at New Market
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12-23-08, 01:25 PM #14
The three states I've lived in
Colorado- Record high 118 in Bennet on July 11, 1888. Record low -61 in Maybell on Feb 1, 1985
Virginia- Record high 110 in Balcony Falls on July 15, 1954. Record Low -30 in Mountain Lake on January 22, 1985
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12-23-08, 01:49 PM #16
It has been -30 here the other day. Mostly hovers around -15 with -10 for a high!Hiding out in Montana
12-23-08, 01:51 PM #17
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12-23-08, 05:22 PM #18
I worked foot patrol in -47 last winter, we always get some of thatGiggity giggity Goo!
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12-23-08, 06:40 PM #20
Without Googling,and from my memory only( I thought this thread was meant to mean that YOU expierienced),was 1983,I was working in Kenner La, PD,and living on the northshore.Temps got down to an even 0*I had just bought a "new" car ,1973 Maverick,(which is how I got my username from an Lt.),anyway,I was crossing the causeway,a 24 mile bridge over Lake Pontchatrain,I was feeling pretty good that in all that cold the "new" car started right up and was running great.As I am crossing the causeway at 65 mph,I am thinking how cool that everything works.THAN,the male in me came outand i said to myself"self,everything is working great,I wonder if the windshield washer fluid froze??",Did you guys know,that the human thumb is faster than the brain???
Now picture a 65 mph wind chill at 0*,over a large body of water,and the thumb hits the button,can you say "ICE",I drove the last 8 miles with my head hanging out the window like a puppy dog in spring.,got to be the coldest this boy has ever been
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