February 12 1936 – Record Cold And Tornadoes In California

“The mercury plumbed thermometric depths again in western Canada and the Northwestern sector of the United States with the polar mass expected to envelop most of , the north central states tomorrow. A reading of -41 marked the twenty-ninth consecutive day of sub-zero temperatures at Bemidji. Minn. A 62-year-old record fell at. Bismarck. N. D. A minimum of -27 wee recorded there today. A drop to -50 at Saskatoon. Sask . Canada. rounded out 56 days in a row In which the thermometer has never ventured above -20. Other low marks included: Minot, N. D., -39; Havre, Mont., -30; Sheri-dan, Wyo., -16; Aberdeen, S. D.. -21: Lutherville.Md:. -13. “

13 Feb 1936, 2 – The Missoulian at Newspapers.com

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