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Record low temperatures in 14 states - 25 Aug 09
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 New records: 35 + Tied records: 21 = Total: 56
 

25 August 2009

Record
New (35)
Tied (21)

Previous
Record

Previous
Year

Period
of
Record

MCGRATH AP, AK (PAMC)

28.0F

29.0F

1952

68

KODIAK AP, AK (PADQ)

39.0F

41.0F

1992

64

CENTREVILLE 6 SW, AL

56.0F

57.0F

1997

33

OPELIKA, AL

57.0F

58.0F

1997

46

BREWTON 3 ENE, AL

57.0F

61.0F

1994

32

EVERGREEN, AL

59.0F

59.0F

1917

87

GREENVILLE, AL

59.0F

60.0F

1978

81

ATMORE, AL

59.0F

64.0F

1997

47

CODEN, AL

60.0F

62.0F

1966

46

FAIRHOPE 2 NE, AL

61.0F

62.0F

1931

90

ROBERTSDALE, AL

61.0F

62.0F

1966

72

MOBILE RGNL AP, AL (KMOB)

64.0F

66.0F

1966

61

MOBILE DOWNTOWN AP, AL (

64.0F

69.0F

1949

47

CROSSETT 2 SSE, AR

56.0F

57.0F

1997

80

DEER, AR

57.0F

58.0F

1985

34

JONESBORO MUNICIPAL AP, AR

61.0F

62.0F

1999

36

HOT SPRINGS MMRL FIELD, AR

61.0F

62.0F

1997

36

NORTH LITTLE ROCK WFO, AR

62.0F

64.0F

1984

32

DUNSMUIR WWTP, CA

42.0F

44.0F

1984

30

POINT MUGU NF, CA (KNTD)

48.0F

49.0F

1949

63

SAN JOSE INTL AP, CA (KSJC)

53.0F

54.0F

1991

41

CRESTVIEW BOB SIKES AP, FL

59.0F

64.0F

2001

43

TALLAHASSEE WSO AP, FL

60.0F

63.0F

1957

64

QUINCY 3 SSW, FL

61.0F

64.0F

1969

36

NICEVILLE, FL

62.0F

63.0F

1956

66

MARIANNA CAA AP, FL

64.0F

64.0F

1957

61

WINTER HAVEN, FL

65.0F

65.0F

1957

68

APALACHICOLA AP, FL (KAAF)

65.0F

70.0F

1969

78

PENSACOLA SHERMN NAS, FL

67.0F

67.0F

1966

61

PENSACOLA RGNL AP, FL (KPNS)

67.0F

67.0F

1966

61

CROSS CITY AIRPORT, FL (KCTY)

67.0F

69.0F

2001

31

CUTHBERT, GA

58.0F

61.0F

1969

67

CARBONDALE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS A, IL (KMDH)

55.0F

56.0F

2006

35

WATERLOO, IL

55.0F

56.0F

1985

44

PAINTSVILLE 1 E, KY

56.0F

56.0F

1988

32

BUNKIE, LA

62.0F

63.0F

1997

51

BATON ROUGE METRO AP, LA (KBTR)

63.0F

63.0F

1997

79

CROWLEY 2 NE, LA

66.0F

66.0F

1997

68

BOOTHVILLE ASOS, LA

70.0F

72.0F

1973

30

CAPE GIRARDEAU RGNL AP, MO (KCGI)

54.0F

54.0F

1966

49

NEW MADRID, MO

57.0F

57.0F

1984

41

HOLLY SPRINGS 4 N, MS

53.0F

55.0F

1997

47

NEWTON EXP STN, MS

56.0F

56.0F

1953

61

MERIDIAN AP, MS (KMEI)

58.0F

59.0F

1997

67

PONTOTOC EXP STN, MS

58.0F

58.0F

1997

55

GREENVILLE ASOS, MS (KGLH)

58.0F

59.0F

1997

48

NATCHEZ, MS

59.0F

59.0F

1997

110

WOODVILLE 4 ESE, MS

60.0F

60.0F

1916

108

MCCOMB AP, MS (KMCB)

61.0F

63.0F

1997

60

LACOMB 3 NNE, OR

41.0F

41.0F

1993

35

SAMBURG WR, TN

54.0F

54.0F

1966

74

AMES PLANTATION, TN

57.0F

57.0F

1997

32

RIPLEY, TN

59.0F

59.0F

1984

43

LONGMIRE RAINIER NPS, WA

38.0F

38.0F

1995

30

SKAMANIA FISH HATCHERY, WA

38.0F

38.0F

1975

42

UPPER BAKER DAM, WA

44.0F

44.0F

1992

41

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=mint&month=8&day=25&year=2009&submitted=Get+Records
Thanks to Kenneth Lund and David Christian for this link

Five record highs - in three states - were set nationwide on Aug 25:
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/records/index.php?ts=daily&elem=maxt&month=8&day=25&

  

 

 

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