Not by Fire but by Ice

THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!

Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us

 
 
Google
 
Web www.iceagenow.com
BACK TO HOME PAGE

Record lows in 13 states

8
Dec 10


page delimiter
 

Total Number of Records for December 8, 2010
New: 120 + Tied: 18 = Total: 138
AL, FL, GA, HI, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, OH, SC, VA

8 December 2010

Record
New (120)
Tied (18)

Previous
Record

Previous
Year

Period
of
Record

LAFAYETTE 2 W, AL

18.0F

18.0F

2006

57

LIVINGSTON, AL

19.0F

20.0F

2006

89

CRESTVIEW BOB SIKES AP, FL (KCEW)

21.0F

22.0F

2006

44

TALLAHASSEE WSO AP, FL (KTLH)

21.0F

22.0F

1984

64

CROSS CITY AIRPORT, FL (KCTY)

21.0F

24.0F

1984

36

HIGH SPRINGS, FL

21.0F

24.0F

2006

59

PERRY, FL

21.0F

22.0F

1965

70

CROSS CITY 2 WNW, FL

22.0F

24.0F

1984

61

LIVE OAK, FL

22.0F

23.0F

1959

66

USHER TWR, FL

23.0F

26.0F

1984

52

GAINESVILLE RGNL AP, FL (KGNV)

23.0F

28.0F

1984

48

INVERNESS 3 SE, FL

23.0F

24.0F

1984

86

HASTINGS 4NE, FL

23.0F

28.0F

1984

32

QUINCY 3 SSW, FL

23.0F

25.0F

2006

38

JACKSONVILLE INTL AP, FL (KJAX)

24.0F

28.0F

1984

62

WAUCHULA, FL

25.0F

30.0F

1937

72

DELAND 1 SSE, FL

25.0F

25.0F

1937

110

AVON PARK 2 W, FL

26.0F

31.0F

1910

107

LAKELAND, FL

28.0F

34.0F

1984

47

APALACHICOLA AP, FL (KAAF)

28.0F

28.0F

1984

79

KISSIMMEE 2, FL

29.0F

32.0F

1984

48

DAYTONA BEACH INTL AP, FL (KDAB)

29.0F

31.0F

1984

62

LA BELLE, FL

30.0F

32.0F

1937

61

ORLANDO SANFORD AIRPORT, FL (KSFB)

30.0F

37.0F

1962

50

OKEECHOBEE, FL

30.0F

37.0F

1984

51

MELBOURNE WFO, FL

31.0F

31.0F

1937

71

ORLANDO INTL AP, FL (KMCO)

31.0F

35.0F

1984

56

JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL

31.0F

31.0F

1959

65

SANFORD, FL

31.0F

32.0F

1959

53

CLERMONT 9 S, FL

32.0F

32.0F

1984

62

MAYPORT PILOT STN, FL (KNRB)

32.0F

34.0F

1984

53

VERO BEACH INTL AP, FL (KVRB)

32.0F

39.0F

1962

60

PUNTA GORDA 4 ESE, FL

32.0F

38.0F

1984

43

FT PIERCE, FL

33.0F

36.0F

1910

108

MOORE HAVEN LOCK 1, FL

34.0F

38.0F

1937

88

STUART, FL

36.0F

38.0F

1962

70

NAPLES, FL

38.0F

42.0F

2003

64

FT LAUDERDALE, FL

38.0F

43.0F

1959

94

HIALEAH, FL

42.0F

46.0F

1959

68

MIAMI BEACH, FL

43.0F

50.0F

2003

71

MIAMI INTL AP, FL (KMIA)

44.0F

49.0F

1984

62

KEY WEST INTL AP, FL (KEYW)

54.0F

55.0F

2008

58

CLAYTON 1 SSW, GA

12.0F

16.0F

1959

112

ELBERTON 2 N, GA

14.0F

15.0F

2006

69

APPLING 2 NW, GA

15.0F

16.0F

1984

47

HELEN, GA

16.0F

16.0F

2006

47

AUGUSTA BUSH FLD AP, GA (KAGS)

16.0F

18.0F

1954

66

ATHENS BEN EPPS AP, GA (KAHN)

16.0F

20.0F

2006

66

CORDELE, GA

17.0F

21.0F

1903

70

SILOAM 3 N, GA

17.0F

17.0F

2006

50

HARTWELL, GA

18.0F

20.0F

2006

95

HOMERVILLE 5 N, GA

18.0F

20.0F

1959

51

TOCCOA, GA

19.0F

21.0F

1977

109

WAYCROSS 4 NE, GA

21.0F

21.0F

1937

104

MOULTRIE 2 ESE, GA

21.0F

22.0F

1937

82

EASTMAN 1 W, GA

21.0F

22.0F

1937

103

ALBANY SW GA RGNL AP, GA (KABY)

22.0F

25.0F

2006

38

ALBANY CAA AP, GA

22.0F

25.0F

2006

36

CAMILLA 3 SE, GA

23.0F

23.0F

1965

68

VALDOSTA REGIONAL AP, GA (KVLD)

23.0F

24.0F

1984

39

SAPELO IS, GA

27.0F

28.0F

1984

49

BRUNSWICK MCKINNON AP, GA (KSSI)

30.0F

31.0F

1984

62

OPIHIHALE 2 24.1, HI

52.0F

53.0F

1973

52

KAHULUI WSO AP 398, HI (PHOG)

57.0F

58.0F

1985

57

CHAMPAIGN/URBANA WILLARD AP, IL (KCMI)

-1.0F

4.0F

2006

37

BROOKPORT DAM 52, IL

14.0F

14.0F

2006

48

GREENCASTLE 3 SW, IN

-1.0F

0.0F

1977

102

MARTINSVILLE 2 SW, IN

1.0F

5.0F

2008

57

TERRE HAUTE CAA AP, IN

1.0F

8.0F

2006

38

LAFAYETTE PURDUE UNIV AP, IN (KLAF)

3.0F

6.0F

2005

48

WEST LAFAYETTE FCWOS, IN (KLAF)

3.0F

7.0F

2005

38

RICHMOND WTR WKS, IN

4.0F

8.0F

2006

39

MT STERLING, KY

5.0F

7.0F

1977

106

LEXINGTON BLUEGRASS AP, KY (KLEX)

6.0F

7.0F

1950

62

COVINGTON WSO, KY (KCVG)

7.0F

7.0F

1977

62

LOUISVILLE BOWMAN FLD, KY (KLOU)

11.0F

12.0F

2006

40

PAINTSVILLE 1 E, KY

11.0F

12.0F

2006

32

PATUXENT RIVER NAS, MD (KNHK)

19.0F

20.0F

1954

65

HOUGHTON FAA AP, MI (KCMX)

-6.0F

-5.0F

1972

62

HENDERSON 2 NNW, NC

10.0F

10.0F

1954

112

BREVARD, NC

10.0F

12.0F

1954

87

ENKA, NC

12.0F

14.0F

2006

42

ROXBORO 7 ESE, NC

12.0F

15.0F

2006

60

CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS AP, NC (KCLT)

14.0F

18.0F

2006

65

CONCORD, NC

14.0F

15.0F

1984

77

JACKSON SPRINGS 5 WNW, NC

14.0F

17.0F

2006

56

WILMINGTON 7 N, NC

14.0F

15.0F

1954

58

WATERVILLE 2, NC

14.0F

17.0F

1976

79

CLAYTON WTP, NC

15.0F

18.0F

1977

52

ROCKY MOUNT WILSON AP, NC (KRWI)

15.0F

19.0F

2006

34

WHITEVILLE 7 NW, NC

15.0F

17.0F

1954

56

LONGWOOD, NC

16.0F

19.0F

1977

36

MURFREESBORO, NC

16.0F

19.0F

1977

33

ELIZABETHTOWN 3 SW, NC

16.0F

17.0F

1970

48

LAURINBURG, NC

16.0F

17.0F

1977

64

CHERRY POINT MCAS, NC (KNKT)

17.0F

20.0F

1954

65

NEW RIVER MCAF, NC (KNCA)

17.0F

19.0F

2006

55

FAYETTEVILLE REGL AP GRANNIS F, NC (KFAY)

17.0F

18.0F

1977

37

ELIZABETH CITY FAA AP, NC (KECG)

18.0F

19.0F

1954

40

ELIZABETH CITY COAST GUARD AIR, NC (KECG)

18.0F

19.0F

1984

52

WINSTON-SALEM REYNOLDS AP, NC (KINT)

18.0F

19.0F

2006

49

WILMINGTON INTL AP, NC (KILM)

19.0F

20.0F

1954

77

AURORA 6 N, NC

21.0F

26.0F

1997

35

WILMINGTON AIRBORNE PARK, OH (KILN)

6.0F

8.0F

2006

31

DAYTON WSO AP, OH (KDAY)

8.0F

8.0F

2006

62

CINCINNATI LUNKEN AP, OH (KLUK)

10.0F

11.0F

1977

51

CINCINNATI MUNICIPAL AP LUNKEN, OH (KLUK)

10.0F

11.0F

1977

47

PELION 4 NW, SC

9.0F

15.0F

1965

48

NINETY NINE IS, SC

10.0F

11.0F

1997

47

SALUDA, SC

13.0F

16.0F

1954

103

BISHOPVILLE 1 ENE, SC

13.0F

20.0F

1984

69

MANNING, SC

13.0F

20.0F

1977

36

FLORENCE FAA AP, SC (KFLO)

13.0F

18.0F

1965

62

JOHNSTON 4 SW, SC

13.0F

19.0F

1984

53

WALHALLA, SC

14.0F

14.0F

2006

101

WEST PELZER 2 W, SC

14.0F

17.0F

1968

42

LAKE CITY 2 SE, SC

14.0F

20.0F

1954

63

PICKENS, SC

15.0F

17.0F

2006

57

DILLON, SC

15.0F

15.0F

1965

78

LONG CREEK, SC

15.0F

18.0F

1977

50

LITTLE MTN, SC

15.0F

18.0F

2006

112

SUMTER, SC

15.0F

19.0F

1984

80

SANTUCK, SC

15.0F

16.0F

1977

113

ANDERSON CO AP, SC (KAND)

15.0F

18.0F

2006

62

NEWBERRY, SC

16.0F

17.0F

1954

108

CALHOUN FALLS, SC

16.0F

17.0F

2006

92

ANDREWS, SC

16.0F

20.0F

1968

42

DARLINGTON, SC

16.0F

17.0F

1937

103

WINNSBORO, SC

16.0F

17.0F

1977

106

COLUMBIA WSFO AP, SC (KCAE)

16.0F

17.0F

1954

65

BAMBERG, SC

16.0F

17.0F

1954

58

MCCOLL 3 NNW, SC

17.0F

20.0F

1977

75

ORANGEBURG 2, SC

18.0F

18.0F

2006

53

SANDHILL RSCH ELGIN, SC

18.0F

21.0F

1977

52

COLUMBIA UNIV OF SC, SC

20.0F

22.0F

1954

76

BEAUFORT MCAS, SC (KNBC)

23.0F

24.0F

2006

53

LYNCHBURG INTL AP, VA (KLYH)

9.0F

12.0F

2006

80

STUART, VA

14.0F

14.0F

2002

46

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/extremes/records.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&month=12&day= 8&year=2010&sts%5B%5D=US&submitted=Get+Records

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link 

 

  

 

 

.
BACK TO HOME PAGE

Order Book I Q & A I Book Reviews I Plant Hardiness Zone Maps I Radio Interviews I Table of Contents I Excerpts I Author Photo I Pacemaker of the Ice Ages I Extent of Previous Glaciation I Crane Buried in Antarctic Ice Sheet I Ice Ages and Magnetic Reversals I It's Ocean Warming I E-Mail Robert at rwfelix@juno.com l Expanding Glaciers