Record-breaking cold at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport this morning

Record-breaking cold at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport this morning

http://www.statesman.com
November 27, 2010

Almost all of the Austin area had freezing temperatures overnight into this morning and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport set a new record this morning when it reached 22 degrees there, according to Clay Anderson, a meteorologist with National Weather Service.

The old record for cold temperatures at ABIA on Nov. 27th was 28 degrees in 1975, Anderson said.

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Temperatures in Dallas region 20 degrees below April average

Temperatures in Dallas region 20 degrees below April average

http://www.dallasnews.com
April 7, 2009

… Temperatures stalled in the 50s, fine for February but nearly 20 degrees shy of the April average. And a blustery northwest wind pushed the chill to every corner of the ballpark…

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Austin hits all-time record low for month of April

Austin hits all-time record low for month of April

It hit 28 degrees this morning, an all-time record low in Austin for the month of April, according to the National Weather Service. Despite the frigid start, the temperature is expected to climb to the mid 70s by this afternoon.

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As Christmas nears, winter storms make going rough

As Christmas nears, winter storms make going rough

http://www.cnn.com
December 23, 2008

Airline schedules in the Pacific Northwest were returning to normal early Tuesday as thousands of travelers stranded by weekend winter storms tried to find seats to reach their destinations by Christmas.

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Calendar says fall, but for much of U.S., winter is here

Calendar says fall, but for much of U.S., winter is here

http://www.cnn.com
December 16, 2008

(CNN) — A blast of Arctic air Tuesday morning has much of the nation — from the Great Lakes to Oregon and down to Texas — in its cold, icy grip.

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Dangerous Cold across the Plains

Dangerous Cold across the Plains

http://www.accuweather.com
15 December 2008

Extremely cold, arctic air will continue to surge across the northern Plains and Upper Midwest today, while cold air blasts south into Texas and east to the Mississippi Valley.

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Texas: Record Snowfall Snarls Traffic, Schools and Government

Texas: Record Snowfall Snarls Traffic, Schools and Government

http://www.kbmt12.com
Dec 11, 2008

…An event of this type doesn’t happen very often in Southeast Texas. In fact this is the earliest measurable snow in the regions history, the old record was December 22, 1989…

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