Tonight will be very cold in New York, but nowhere near as cold as 1993.
During the summer of 1991, Mt. Pinatubo in the Philippines erupted and threw large amounts of particulates into the atmosphere, which blocked sunlight and kept earth cool for several years.
March 15 minimum temperatures in New York were very cold in both 1992 and 1993, after a record warm year in 1990. March 15, 1993 temperatures averaged below 0F, compared to 42F on March 15, 1913.
Several locations in New York State were below -20F on March 15, 1993.
Climate experts say that an increase of 0.0001 mole fraction CO2 causes volcanoes, because no lie is too big for this scam.