Temperatures have dropped to -46 degrees celsius in parts of the USA this morning as a major arctic blast covers the north and east.
We thought we’d share this morning’s lowest temperatures with you. The temperatures below are in fahrenheit so we’ve provided a very easy calculator that you can right click on and open in another screen… however when you start getting into the -30s and 40s there isn’t a big difference between F & C.
This might make you appreciate this morning’s warmth here in NZ!
Note below that not only Maine’s state record is in jeopardy but the city of Sterling may have tied the all-time state record low for Illinois. This temperature will have to be verified by the National Weather Service for accuracy.
International Falls: -41
Sterling: -36 (potentially tied IL all-time state record, NWS will investigate)
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Snowshoe Mountain: -16 Pennsylvania
Glens Falls: -27
Saranac Lake: -26
Island Pond: -42
Big Black River: -50 (POSSIBLE new state record, pending verification)
Clayton Lake: -44
New state record?: Extreme northern parts of Maine fell into the mid-to-upper 40s below zero this morning and one location, Big Black River, bottomed out at -50 degrees!
The state record low is -48 degrees at Van Buren, Maine, set way back on January 19, 1925. It is possible that Big Black River may have set a new state record. Below is a map of Big Black River’s location.