Coldest Place In The US

With temperatures below -20F, New Mexico and the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado are the oldest places in the US this morning.

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14 Responses to Coldest Place In The US

  1. Steven Fraser says:

    Hi!

    Northern Alaska had some really cold places too.

  2. Norilsk says:

    It’s the elevation. I’m at a much lower elevation in Cayuga, Ontario and it’s -3 C.

  3. Norilsk says:

    Cayuga is about 600 feet above sea level. San Luis Valley is about 7,500 feet above sea level.

  4. D. Anderson says:

    I love Ventusky. I hope no one buys it and ruins it, like has happened with so may good weather sites.

  5. gregole says:

    But, but, but, I thought the southwest was supposed to be uninhabitable by now… you know, M@nn-Made Global Warming from CO2. Wasn’t permanent drought; endless heatwaves; snow a thing of the past all suppose to render the desert southwest an unlivable hell-hole?

    Oh. And here in Phoenix, Arizona, things are just fine, thank you.
    https://www.usapopulation.org/phoenix-population/
    “Phoenix population will reach 1.709 million by 1st July of 2019”

    • AZ1971 says:

      They’re fine, except it won’t be long before the water resources board puts us on water restrictions thanks to a near-record low level in Lake Mead. Meanwhile, they can’t develop empty lots in north Phoenix fast enough (or anywhere else I drive around the Valley. I wonder if they expect farmers are simply going to give up their water rights to cover for the fact we don’t have a 99 year reliable water supply anymore and are in violation of state construction laws?)

    • Eric Simpson says:

      The population in Phoenix is exploding because all those “climate refugees” are trying to get out of the heat. By moving to Phoenix. Right.

  6. Eben says:

    Here is the “c” that fell out

  7. Gummans Gubbe says:

    Great work! At least they show me how narrow minded my friends are. Talk about lemmings.

  8. Robertv says:

    “León se queda así definitivamente sin empresas mineras en activo y sin las centrales térmicas de carbón que durante décadas convirtieron a la provincia en uno de los grandes productores energéticos del país. Y suma nuevas amenazas al futuro de comarcas que hasta ahora dependían por completo de la industria energética”

    León thus remains permanently without active mining companies and without the thermal coal plants that for decades turned the province into one of the country’s major energy producers. And it adds new threats to the future of counties that until now depended entirely on the energy industry

    https://cincodias.elpais.com/cincodias/2018/12/29/companias/1546080871_458433.html

    Spain and europe committing Harakiri.

    And nobody understands why energy prices skyrocket.

    • Robertv says:

      “El precio del CO2 y las tasas medioambientales han agravado la viabilidad económica de las plantas, así que las empresas eléctricas, y Naturgy también, han apostado por adaptarse a los objetivos de la política regulatoria europea y española para avanzar hacia la descarbonización del sistema”

      The price of CO2 and environmental taxes have aggravated the economic viability of the plants, so the electricity companies, and Naturgy too, have opted to adapt to the objectives of the European and Spanish regulatory policy to move towards the decarbonization of the system

  9. Matt says:

    Smells a lot like CO2 and climate disruption, … all of it President Trumps fault, of course. From a somewhat more relaxed past:

    “Baby, its cold outside!”

    Wishing you, Tony, and the folks being on this page all the best for 2019 – Happy New Year from Chile,

    Matt

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