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            Record Lowest Temperatures by State

            If you think winter's been unusually harsh lately, check out these frigid temperatures! Below is a list of the lowest recorded temperatures in each state.

            StateTemp.
            °F
            Temp.
            °C
            DateStationElevation
            in feet
            Alabama –27–33Jan. 30, 1966New Market760
            Alaska –80–62Jan. 23, 1971Prospect Creek Camp1,100
            Arizona –40–40Jan. 7, 1971Hawley Lake8,180
            Arkansas –29–34Feb. 13, 1905Pond1,250
            California –45–43Jan. 20, 1937Boca5,532
            Colorado –61–52Feb. 1, 1985Maybell5,920
            Connecticut –32–36Jan. 22, 19611Coventry480
            Delaware –17–27Jan. 17, 1893Millsboro20
            D.C.–15–26Feb. 11, 1899Washington410
            Florida –2–19Feb. 13, 1899Tallahassee193
            Georgia –17–27Jan. 27, 1940CCC Camp F-16est. 1,000
            Hawaii 12–11May 17, 1979Mauna Kea13,770
            Idaho –60–51Jan. 18, 1943Island Park Dam6,285
            Illinois –36–38Jan. 5, 1999Congerville635
            Indiana –36–38Jan. 19, 1994New Whiteland785
            Iowa –47–44Feb. 3, 19961Elkader770
            Kansas –40–40Feb. 13, 1905Lebanon1,812
            Kentucky –37–38Jan. 19, 1994Shelbyville730
            Louisiana –16–27Feb. 13, 1899Minden194
            Maine –50–45Jan. 16, 2009Big Black River770
            Maryland –40–40Jan. 13, 1912Oakland2,461
            Massachusetts –35–37Jan. 12, 1981Chester640
            Michigan –51–46Feb. 9, 1934Vanderbilt785
            Minnesota –60–51Feb. 2, 1996Tower1,460
            Mississippi –19–28Jan. 30, 1966Corinth420
            Missouri –40–40Feb. 13, 1905Warsaw700
            Montana –70–57Jan. 20, 1954Rogers Pass5,470
            Nebraska –47–44Dec. 22, 19891Oshkosh3,379
            Nevada –50–46Jan. 8, 1937San Jacinto5,200
            New Hampshire –47–44Jan. 29, 1934Mt. Washington6,262
            New Jersey –34–37Jan. 5, 1904River Vale70
            New Mexico –50–46Feb. 1, 1951Gavilan7,350
            New York –52–47Feb. 18, 19791Old Forge1,720
            North Carolina –34–37Jan. 21, 1985Mt. Mitchell6,525
            North Dakota –60–51Feb. 15, 1936Parshall1,929
            Ohio –39–39Feb. 10, 1899Milligan800
            Oklahoma –27–33Jan. 18, 19301Watts958
            Oregon –54–48Feb. 10, 19331Seneca4,700
            Pennsylvania –42–41Jan. 5, 1904Smethportest. 1,500
            Rhode Island –25–32Feb. 5, 1996Greene425
            South Carolina –19–28Jan. 21, 1985Caesars Head3,115
            South Dakota –58–50Feb. 17, 1936McIntosh2,277
            Tennessee –32–36Dec. 30, 1917Mountain City2,471
            Texas –23–31Feb. 8, 19331Seminole3,275
            Utah –69–56Feb. 1, 1985Peter's Sink8,092
            Vermont –50–46Dec. 30, 1933Bloomfield915
            Virginia –30–34Jan. 22, 1985Mountain Lake3,870
            Washington –48–44Dec. 30, 1968Mazama & Winthrop2,120; 1,765
            West Virginia –37–38Dec. 30, 1917Lewisburg2,200
            Wisconsin –55–48Feb. 4, 1996Couderay1,300
            Wyoming –66–54Feb. 9, 1933Riverside R.S.6,500
            1. Also on earlier dates at the same or other places.
            Source: National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, N.C., and Storm Phillips, STORMFAX, INC.

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