August 4, 2009
Filed under USA
Tags: Akron, brrr, Chicago, chilly, Cincinnati, climate, climate change, cold, cold July, cold record, cold summer, Columbus, cool, cool july, cool summer, Dayton, detroit, Flint, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Great Lakes, Indianapolis, Madison, Mansfield, michigan, Midwest, National Climatic Data Center, Northeast, Ohio, record cold, Saginaw, temperature, temperatures, Toledo, unusual cold, unusually cold, weather, Youngstown
August 03, 2009
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Record or near-record cold swept much of the middle part of the nation in July — with some records being broken from the 1860s — but a late-month rally in Northeast Ohio left the area barely in the top 20 for coldest July on record.Other areas — from Cincinnati to Madison, Wisc. — broke cold records and even Ohio cities such as Akron, Toledo, Youngstown, Columbus and Dayton came close to their historic marks.
July 26, 2009
Filed under Ohio, USA
Tags: brrr, chilly, climate, climate change, cold, cold July, cold record, cold summer, cold temperatures, cool, cool july, cool summer, elusive summer, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Ohio, record cold, record cold July, summer, temperature, temperatures, Toledo, unusual cold, unusually cold, USA, weather
January 29, 2009
Wednesday’s heavy round of snow has put a 31-year-old dubious weather record within striking distance of being broken.
“So far this is the second snowiest January on record at 40.2 inches,” said Frank Kieltyka, meteorologist with the National Weather Service at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
January 17, 2009
Filed under Canada, Chicago, Indiana, Michigan, Montreal, Toronto
Tags: bone-chilling, bone-chilling temperatures, Canada, Chicago, chilly, Cleveland, climate, climate change, cold, freeze, frozen, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, Illinois, Indiana, michigan, Montreal, Ohio, record cold, severe cold, temperature, Toronto, USA, weather, winter
Jan 16, 2009
WASHINGTON — A record cold snap gripped the American Midwest Friday as temperatures plummeted to lows of minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 34 degrees Celsius) and officials scrambled to protect the homeless and vulnerable.