November 12, 1940 Was Even Colder Than Today

All of the stations shown below were below 0F (-18C) on November 12, 1940.

Forks, Montana was -34F that day, and 0F temperatures were recorded as far south as New Mexico.

ScreenHunter_4515 Nov. 12 08.19

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4 Responses to November 12, 1940 Was Even Colder Than Today

  1. philjourdan says:

    The quiet before the storm. The cold does not hit until tomorrow here (for you as well?).

  2. Andy DC says:

    Right after the great Minnesota blizzard of November 11, 1940. Over 100 people died, mainly school kids and duck hunters caught out in the open.

  3. ra1ndog says:

    Well that’s obvious! Global warming is making it warmer!

  4. Kenneth Simmons says:

    In the first week of November, 1951 the Southern half of Upstate NY had nighttime temperatures in the low 20’s on 3 or 4 of the 7 days. Those readings were most likely lower in the Northern half. The cold this week will have us around 40 degrees-something we have already seen in October. However, next week‘s forecast is for temperatures in the low 30’s

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