New York state averages a range of 87 degrees between their lowest and highest January temperature each year, with a peak swing of 103 degrees during January 1935.
On January 5 1935, Indian Lakes reached -18F, and two days later Angelica reached 67F. A swing of 85 degrees in 48 hours.
1950 was a fairly typical year, with large temperature swings every few days.
Gina believes temperatures in the Northeast didn’t used to make large swings, but like almost all members of the climate cult – her beliefs are based on nothing other than superstition and brainwashing.