Record Cold US October Temperature

A temperature of -35F in Utah this morning breaks the 1917 record of -33F.

Record low -35 degrees recorded in Logan Canyon sink | Local News |

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12 Responses to Record Cold US October Temperature

  1. Scissor says:

    All time record lows are bound to happen in a warming climate – the exceptions that proves it according to modern progressive science.

  2. scott allen says:

    NOAA predicted just 11 days ago
    “Winter Outlook: Warmer than average for many, wetter in the North”
    “modest probabilities for above-average temperatures spanning large parts of the remaining lower 48 from the West across the South and up the eastern seaboard.”
    and the final bullet point
    “No part of the U.S. is favored to have below-average temperatures this winter.”

  3. steve case says:

    Snowing here in Brown Deer just North of Milwaukee at 2:15 AM Tuesday 29 October 2019.

    According to Craig Koplien:
    On average, Milwaukee’s first trace of snow falls on Oct. 28.

    So it’s pretty much right on time (-:

  4. Aussie says:

    We used to live in St Joseph MO .

    The temps there this year appear much cooler in the lead up to Halloween than we remember. Its often going below freezing there at the moment and usually my memory was that we had to wait till after Thanksgiving for that to happen.

    I remember at the start of 2018 they broke their record January low temperature record by several degrees.

    Just can’t understand how this global warming keeps on having such cold temperatures…

  5. Brian says:

    January 4, 2019 2018: 500+ Papers Support Skeptics On Climate Alarm

    More than 500 scientific papers published in 2018 affirm the position that there are significant limitations and uncertainties inherent in our understanding of climate and climate changes, emphasizing that climate science is not settled.

  6. arn says:

    Even Tony has to admitt that global warming is the coolest hoax ever.

  7. Winston says:

    But rest assured, in a few weeks one of the alphabet agencies will breathlessly report that “the global average temperature in October 2019 was one of the warmest on record for October.”

    That got me to wondering, though, how exactly are global average temperatures determined? Are the entire set of temperature monitors averaged, and how do they account for areas of the globe where there are fewer station? It seems to me, given the profligate fraud that is taking place in jiggering temperature data, that the precise methodology for determining these global average temperatures should be published for all to know. Remember, it’s not the temperature data that counts, it’s who counts the temperature data.

  8. Frank K. says:

    Wow! -35F is brutally cold! We don’t get that cold here in chilly New England, even in the dead of winter.

    I hear they’re breaking snow records in Colorado, which is good if you like to ski…

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