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Record low temperatures in 15 states
66 record lows (including 1 that had stood for 100+years) 
1 Oct 09
 

New records: 66 + Tied: 28 = Total: 94 
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1 October 2009

Record
New (66)
Tied (28)

Previous
Record

Previous
Year

Period
of
Record

FT VALLEY, AZ

17.0F

19.0F

1927

97

GREER, AZ

23.0F

26.0F

2004

52

SHOW LOW AP, AZ (KSOW)

34.0F

35.0F

1972

43

BODIE, CA

5.0F

9.0F

1971

55

NORTH FORK RS, CA

33.0F

33.0F

1971

90

DUNSMUIR WWTP, CA

36.0F

36.0F

1982

30

LANCASTER ATC, CA (KWJF)

36.0F

37.0F

1982

35

HALF MOON BAY, CA

37.0F

39.0F

2002

69

WILLOW CREEK 1 NW, CA

38.0F

38.0F

2002

34

SALINAS #2, CA

40.0F

40.0F

1971

51

LEMOORE REEVES NAS, CA (KNLC)

43.0F

43.0F

1982

48

IMPERIAL FAA AP, CA

49.0F

51.0F

1971

54

DEL NORTE 2E, CO

21.0F

25.0F

1927

88

ASPEN PITKIN COUNTY AP, CO (KASE)

22.0F

27.0F

2007

34

ALTENBERN, CO

24.0F

24.0F

1985

51

GREAT SAND DUNES NM, CO

26.0F

26.0F

1985

58

CORTEZ MONTEZUMA CO AP, CO (KCEZ)

28.0F

28.0F

1977

31

GRAND JUNCTION 6 ESE, CO

30.0F

31.0F

1977

47

COLORADO NM, CO

32.0F

35.0F

1971

68

MARIANNA CAA AP, FL

52.0F

55.0F

2006

61

HASTINGS 4NE, FL

54.0F

55.0F

2001

31

DAYTONA BEACH INTL AP, FL (KDAB)

58.0F

58.0F

2001

61

ARCHBOLD BIO STN, FL

59.0F

60.0F

2006

40

ORLANDO SANFORD AIRPORT, FL (KSFB)

59.0F

62.0F

1976

49

SARASOTA/BRADENTON AP, FL (KSRQ)

62.0F

62.0F

2001

35

ORLANDO WSO AP, FL

65.0F

66.0F

1970

30

KETCHUM RS, ID

16.0F

20.0F

1985

35

GARDEN VALLEY, ID

19.0F

22.0F

2002

83

GRACE, ID

20.0F

23.0F

1950

97

PICABO, ID

22.0F

22.0F

1985

48

BOISE 7 N, ID

28.0F

29.0F

2002

36

BOISE LUCKY PEAK DAM, ID

34.0F

34.0F

2002

50

TAUNTON MUNICIPAL AP, MA (KTAN)

35.0F

35.0F

2003

35

STAMBAUGH 2 SSE, MI

18.0F

18.0F

1930

87

HOUGHTON LK ROSCOMMON, MI (KHTL)

24.0F

26.0F

2003

45

ALBERTA FORD FOR CTR, MI

25.0F

26.0F

1993

40

IRON MOUNTAIN FORD AP, MI (KIMT)

25.0F

27.0F

2003

36

HOUGHTON FAA AP, MI (KCMX)

26.0F

28.0F

1955

61

MARQUETTE WSO AP, MI (KMQT)

26.0F

30.0F

2003

49

BIG BAY 2 SE, MI

28.0F

32.0F

1984

33

ONAWAY 4N, MI

28.0F

28.0F

1960

78

HOWELL WWTP, MI

28.0F

30.0F

1918

37

ONTONAGON 6 SE, MI

29.0F

29.0F

1997

31

JACKSON AP, MI (KJXN)

30.0F

30.0F

1984

61

TRAVERSE CITY FAA AP, MI (KTVC)

30.0F

30.0F

1960

113

KALAMAZOO BATTLE CREEK INTL AP, MI (KAZO)

33.0F

36.0F

1974

31

DETROIT WILLOW RUN AP, MI (KYIP)

33.0F

36.0F

2005

42

BATTLE CREEK KELLOGG AP, MI (KBTL)

35.0F

35.0F

1984

37

CHAMA, NM

18.0F

20.0F

1924

104

GALLUP SAND & GRAVEL, NM

25.0F

25.0F

1993

36

OTIS, NM

29.0F

32.0F

1965

47

RAGLAND 3 SSW, NM

32.0F

37.0F

1975

48

FARMINGTON FOUR CORNERS REGL A, NM (KFMN)

34.0F

34.0F

1977

55

SANTA FE COUNTY MUNICIPAL AP, NM (KSAF)

37.0F

39.0F

2006

43

MCDERMITT, NV

13.0F

15.0F

1977

44

SPRING VALLEY SP, NV

14.0F

16.0F

1995

30

ELY YELLAND FLD AP, NV (KELY)

14.0F

14.0F

1898

76

RUTH, NV

15.0F

17.0F

1995

39

OROVADA 3 W, NV

16.0F

20.0F

1927

79

WINNEMUCCA AP, NV (KWMC)

20.0F

21.0F

1985

91

FALLON NAAS, NV (KNFL)

26.0F

27.0F

1971

57

BLUE EAGLE RCH HANKS, NV

28.0F

34.0F

1989

31

AMARGOSA FARMS-GAREY, NV

43.0F

46.0F

1982

31

DESERT ROCK AP, NV (KDRA)

47.0F

48.0F

2002

30

WESTHAMPTON GABRESKI AP, NY (KFOK)

34.0F

36.0F

2005

45

PANDORA, OH

29.0F

30.0F

1960

57

FREMONT, OH

31.0F

31.0F

1918

91

TOLEDO EXPRESS WSO AP, OH (KTOL)

32.0F

33.0F

1967

54

MANSFIELD WSO AP, OH (KMFD)

33.0F

34.0F

2003

56

SPRINGFIELD NEW WWKS, OH

33.0F

34.0F

1992

39

COLUMBUS WSO AP, OH (KCMH)

35.0F

35.0F

1972

62

AKRON CANTON WSO AP, OH (KCAK)

35.0F

37.0F

2003

61

BURNS MUNI AP, OR (KBNO)

16.0F

21.0F

1985

36

SUMMER LAKE 1 S, OR

25.0F

28.0F

1971

52

WESTFALL, OR

25.0F

29.0F

1972

36

LEMOLO LAKE 3 NNW, OR

26.0F

29.0F

2002

31

LOST CREEK DAM, OR

32.0F

34.0F

1982

38

RUCH, OR

33.0F

34.0F

1982

40

CORVALLIS WATER BUREAU, OR

33.0F

36.0F

1973

45

ALTA, UT

15.0F

21.0F

1971

40

DELTA, UT

20.0F

27.0F

1950

68

MILFORD, UT

22.0F

24.0F

1950

78

MONTICELLO 2E, UT

22.0F

26.0F

1927

92

CIRCLEVILLE, UT

22.0F

23.0F

1965

47

ROOSEVELT RADIO, UT

23.0F

25.0F

2007

58

CEDAR CITY AP, UT (KCDC)

24.0F

26.0F

1959

61

CALLAO, UT

25.0F

27.0F

1977

44

LEVAN, UT

27.0F

27.0F

1950

111

CEDAR POINT, UT

27.0F

29.0F

2007

52

KANOSH, UT

29.0F

30.0F

1982

42

ALPINE, UT

29.0F

29.0F

1977

31

OGDEN HINKLEY AIRPORT, UT (KOGD)

35.0F

35.0F

1950

37

OWEN 2N, WI

25.0F

25.0F

1974

62

WHEELING OHIO COUNTY AP, WV (KHLG)

34.0F

36.0F

1993

33

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint& month=10&day=1&year=2009&sts%5B%5D=US&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link  

  

 

 

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