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Scott

Posted 05 May 2017 - 01:44 PM

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You might know about the Hohnholz Ranch reading in CO on the 6th, when they hit -48.

 

 

Yes.  Closer to where I live, the official station at Walden also hit -48 on the 6th.  I had -43 at my house.

 

The thing about the cold snap though, is that it was very short lived.   January 2017 actually ended up being warmer than normal.  Two days after I had the -43, it was 85 degrees warmer.



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Posted 05 May 2017 - 03:54 PM

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Yes.  Closer to where I live, the official station at Walden also hit -48 on the 6th.  I had -43 at my house.

 

The thing about the cold snap though, is that it was very short lived.   January 2017 actually ended up being warmer than normal.  Two days after I had the -43, it was 85 degrees warmer.

 

Wow. The cold anomalies persisted here. PDX hit 17 during this cold snap, but the following week was even colder. We had the snowstorm on the 10th-11th, followed by a low of 11 at PDX. Coldest reading in any month since December 1998.