Elmira N.Y – Possible Record Low Temperatures Saturday Night

Possible Record Low Temperatures Saturday Night

http://www.wetmtv.com
April 28, 2012

Elmira N.Y.- Parts of the Twin Tiers may see the mercury fall to record low levels into early Sunday morning

The record low for Sunday at the Elmira-Corning Regional Airport stands at 25 degrees, set back in 1967. The Storm Team is currently forecasting a low of 24, which would be good enough to set a new record low!

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Siberian winds usher in record lows in Beijing

Siberian winds usher in record lows in Beijing

http://www.theage.com.au
The Age, January 4, 2010

A FREEZING cold front swept over much of northern China on Sunday with snowstorms snarling traffic and air travel, while some of the coldest temperatures in decades were forecast for coming days.

Gale-force winds sweeping down from Siberia could result in temperatures as low as minus 16 degrees in the capital today, the Beijing meteorological station said.

Such temperatures are believed to be the coldest in the capital in 40 years.

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Record low blows into Siouxland

Record low blows into Siouxland

http://www.siouxcityjournal.com
January 2, 2010

As if the snow piled up from two blizzards in a month wasn’t enough, now Siouxlanders are likely waking up to record-breaking cold.

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Canada: Summer’s wacky cold weather

Cold waters, brave souls

http://www.theobserver.ca
The Observer, July 21, 2009

This summer’s wacky weather is keeping residents out of the area’s frigid waters.

“There’s hardly anyone here, most days,” said Michael Raiger, a lifeguard at Canatara Beach. “People just aren’t going in the water; and if they do, they’re not in there for long.”

Environment Canada pegged southern Lake Huron at a cool, 64 degrees, Tuesday. This time last year, the temperature was nearly 72 degrees.

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ILLINOIS: Cold snap threatens to set a record low

Cold snap threatens to set a record low

http://www.news-gazette.com
July 18, 2009

CHAMPAIGN – This weekend, you’ll want to put away the swimsuit and find a sweatshirt.

Local weather records dating back a century or more could be in jeopardy because of an unusual mid-July cold snap.

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Madison, WI: Record cold predicted for Friday

Record cold predicted for Friday

http://www.madison.com
7/16/2009

…The high on Friday is only expected to be in the low 60s, which would be under the record coldest high temperature in Madison for July 17 of 67 degrees, set in 1900…

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OTTAWA: Low tonight predicted to break 59-year record

Low tonight predicted to break 59-year record

http://www.ottawacitizen.com
July 14, 2009

OTTAWA — You think it’s cold now? Wait until this evening when the temperature is expected to drop to a record-breaking 8 C. The coldest temperature ever recorded on July 14 in Ottawa is 8.9 C, set in 1950.

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Chicopee: Another record low

Another record low, but warmer weather ahead

http://www.masslive.com
July 14, 2009

We’ve been flirting with record lows for days now, and today we managed to break one. The unofficial low this morning was 49 at Westover ARB in Chicopee, breaking the previous record of 54 that had been set in 1990. It’s worthwhile to note that 54 was the highest record low on the books in July, but even still it’s been unusually cool.

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Regina Beats 92-Year-Old Record Low

Record Cold in Regina, Estevan

http://www.newstalk650.com
July 11, 2009

Regina Beats 92-Year-Old Record Low

For people camping at Craven, or elsewhere, it was a chilly start to the weekend in parts of southern Saskatchewan.

Environment Canada meteorologist Jean Theriault (TERR-ee-oh) says Regina broke the record cold temperature for July 11.

“3.1 recorded this morning, the previous record was 3.9, an old one, recorded in 1917,” Theriault said Saturday morning.

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Iowa: Harsh winter leaves mark on flowers, trees, crops

Harsh winter leaves mark on flowers, trees, crops

http://www.desmoinesregister.com
June 21, 2009

The thermometer says another Iowa summer has arrived. But winter continues to hang around in the form of dead trees, flowers, plants and shrubs that were unable to rebound from one the snowiest and coldest seasons on record.

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