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103 Record Lows - 24 May 2010

Many of the broken records were set during the past decade

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New records: 74 + Tied records: 29 = Total: 103

Even more importantly, however, is that many of these records were set
during the past decade.

Breaking a record set during the past ten years shows very clearly that
temperatures are declining.

 

24 May 2010 Record
New (74)
Tied (29)
Previous
Record
Previous
Year
Period
of
Record
BETATAKIN, AZ 28.0F 30.0F 1965 68
GRAND CANYON NP 2, AZ 28.0F 29.0F 2002 32
PETRIFIED FOREST NP, AZ 33.0F 34.0F 1971 79
COLORADO CITY, AZ 33.0F 36.0F 1980 45
NATURAL BRG, AZ 34.0F 36.0F 1957 56
PIPE SPRINGS NATL MON, AZ 36.0F 36.0F 2002 45
CORONADO NM HQ, AZ 36.0F 42.0F 1987 49
ANVIL RCH, AZ 36.0F 41.0F 1957 58
TUZIGOOT, AZ 37.0F 42.0F 2008 32
BAGDAD, AZ 37.0F 40.0F 1960 73
WIKIEUP, AZ 38.0F 39.0F 1957 50
WUPATKI NM, AZ 38.0F 38.0F 2008 68
SASABE, AZ 39.0F 40.0F 1987 44
FT THOMAS 2 SW, AZ 43.0F 44.0F 1998 41
PAGE MUNICIPAL AP, AZ 44.0F 46.0F 2008 35
TACNA 3 NE, AZ 44.0F 49.0F 1971 40
CASA GRANDE NM, AZ 44.0F 46.0F 1939 85
MARICOPA 4 N, AZ 45.0F 51.0F 1975 50
CAREFREE, AZ 46.0F 49.0F 2008 41
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS, AZ 47.0F 52.0F 1996 59
TUCSON INTL AP, AZ (KTUS) 49.0F 49.0F 1960 67
YOUNGTOWN, AZ 50.0F 53.0F 1980 44
YUMA MCAS, AZ 52.0F 54.0F 1980 32
BODIE, CA 7.0F 12.0F 2002 53
CHESTER, CA 24.0F 26.0F 1978 52
BIG BEAR LAKE, CA 24.0F 24.0F 1980 48
CAMPO, CA (KCZZ) 26.0F 28.0F 1962 57
LAKE ARROWHEAD, CA 27.0F 29.0F 1980 63
HENSHAW DAM, CA 27.0F 30.0F 1960 63
BISHOP AP, CA (KBIH) 28.0F 28.0F 1978 62
AUBURN, CA 36.0F 37.0F 1916 102
ALPINE, CA 39.0F 42.0F 2008 53
SAN PASQUAL ANIMAL PK, CA 40.0F 43.0F 1989 30
CHINA LAKE ARMITAGE, CA 40.0F 44.0F 1996 60
POINT MUGU NF, CA (KNTD) 42.0F 45.0F 1978 64
SAN DIEGO MIRAMAR NA, CA 46.0F 48.0F 2008 60
IMPERIAL FAA AP, CA 48.0F 48.0F 1945 54
SAN DIEGO MONTGOMERY FIELD, CA (KMYF) 49.0F 50.0F 2008 33
BLYTHE AP, CA (KBLH) 51.0F 54.0F 2008 62
IRON MTN, CA 52.0F 52.0F 1980 74
PARKER RSVR, CA 53.0F 53.0F 1980 68
HOLLISTER, ID 25.0F 26.0F 1944 86
PALISADES, ID 28.0F 29.0F 1986 50
SAINT MARIES 1 W, ID 31.0F 31.0F 1950 107
ANDERSON DAM, ID 32.0F 32.0F 1950 57
BOISE 7 N, ID 33.0F 33.0F 1980 37
ARROWROCK DAM, ID 34.0F 35.0F 1986 96
EMMETT 2 E, ID 34.0F 35.0F 1996 99
PAYETTE, ID 34.0F 34.0F 1893 110
LIBBY 32 SSE, MT 22.0F 24.0F 1950 61
TROY 18 N, MT 28.0F 31.0F 1972 34
TROUT CREEK RS, MT 28.0F 30.0F 1984 47
GLENBROOK, NV 21.0F 26.0F 1978 66
TUSCARORA, NV 23.0F 24.0F 1975 46
WINNEMUCCA AP, NV (KWMC) 28.0F 28.0F 1944 93
BLUE EAGLE RCH HANKS, NV 31.0F 32.0F 1980 32
SILVERPEAK, NV 33.0F 37.0F 1996 38
AMARGOSA FARMS-GAREY, NV 35.0F 40.0F 1980 36
PAHRUMP, NV 36.0F 38.0F 1980 57
PAHRANAGAT WR, NV 38.0F 38.0F 1980 41
SEARCHLIGHT, NV 40.0F 40.0F 1916 92
OVERTON, NV 46.0F 48.0F 1965 45
OCHOCO RS, OR 23.0F 24.0F 1972 66
MEACHAM WSO AP, OR 27.0F 29.0F 1975 32
HOWARD PRAIRIE DAM, OR 27.0F 27.0F 1980 48
MASON DAM, OR 28.0F 31.0F 1996 37
ANTELOPE 6 SSW, OR 28.0F 28.0F 1950 76
LEMOLO LAKE 3 NNW, OR 29.0F 30.0F 2005 30
ADEL, OR 29.0F 31.0F 1978 40
MADRAS 2 N, OR 30.0F 30.0F 1955 39
LOST CREEK DAM, OR 31.0F 33.0F 1972 39
LAUREL MTN, OR 31.0F 31.0F 1984 30
MORO, OR 31.0F 31.0F 1950 93
NYSSA, OR 35.0F 39.0F 1944 64
PENDLETON E OR RGNL AP, OR 36.0F 38.0F 2005 82
WASHINGTON 3 NE, PA 30.0F 33.0F 2008 31
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON, UT 15.0F 19.0F 2002 72
ALTA, UT 18.0F 22.0F 2002 36
KODACHROME BASIN PARK, UT 28.0F 29.0F 2007 31
MANTI, UT 30.0F 31.0F 2002 109
LEVAN, UT 30.0F 30.0F 2002 113
ALPINE, UT 32.0F 32.0F 2002 33
SALT LAKE CITY INTL AP, UT (KSLC) 33.0F 36.0F 1966 63
BOUNTIFUL-VAL VERDA, UT 33.0F 40.0F 2002 30
SPANISH FORK PWR HOUSE, UT 33.0F 36.0F 1980 100
PROVO BYU, UT 33.0F 33.0F 1927 43
OGDEN HINKLEY AIRPORT, UT (KOGD) 36.0F 37.0F 1980 38
CAPITOL REEF NP, UT 36.0F 37.0F 2008 43
CANYONLANDS-THE NECK, UT 37.0F 39.0F 2008 44
GARFIELD, UT 38.0F 38.0F 1953 58
BULLFROG BASIN, UT 40.0F 45.0F 2008 37
MT ADAMS RS, WA 28.0F 29.0F 1935 77
GOLDENDALE, WA 29.0F 29.0F 1926 79
LIND 3 NE, WA 31.0F 31.0F 1984 76
LONGMIRE RAINIER NPS, WA 31.0F 31.0F 1980 31
PULLMAN MOSCOW REGIONAL AP, WA (KPUW) 31.0F 34.0F 2005 34
OMAK 4 N, WA (KOMK) 31.0F 33.0F 1935 81
SPOKANE INTL AP, WA (KGEG) 32.0F 35.0F 1975 120
BOUNDARY DAM, WA 32.0F 34.0F 2005 40
SPOKANE FELTS FIELD, WA (KSFF) 32.0F 37.0F 2004 37
CHIEF JOSEPH DAM, WA 35.0F 38.0F 1955 59
WHITMAN MISSION, WA 35.0F 35.0F 1972 47
DALLESPORT AP, WA (KDLS) 38.0F 38.0F 1989 62

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/extremes/records.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&month=5&day=24&year=2010&sts%5B%5D=US&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link


 



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