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Record cold in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana and Michigan

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Record cold in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana and Michigan

http://iceagenow.info/2015/07/record-cold-in-illinois-iowa-kansas-wisconsin-minnesota-indiana-and-michigan/

Some of these records are as much as 10 to 13 degrees below previous records! Some weather records from Wed., July 8, 2015. ———————————————— Record cool-high temps set or tied: Peoria IL 62°F, Moline IL 65°F, Springfield IL 64°F, Lincoln IL 62°F, Topeka KS 71°F, South Bend IN 67°F, Fort Wayne IN 69°F, Lansing MI 67°F, Grand Rapids MI 68°F. Record Low Temps: Milwaukee WI 51°F, Int’l Falls MN 40°F(ties old record from 1958). Record low min AND record low max set or tied: Lamoni IA 57°F and 67°F, Ottumwa IA 55°F and 63°F. Record Maximum Rainfall: Bettles Alaska Boise Idaho McCall Idaho Eureka Airport Nevada Rock Springs Wyoming (four days in a row!), Springfield Illinois (2.13 in), Cape Girardeau Missouri (1.64 in), Reader Andrew Stranglen compiled these from NWS RECORD EVENT REPORT: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/view/national.php?prod=rer Andrew notes that the above page contains entries for the month of July, but these are only from 7/8. He had to cull through multiple entries for many of the locations in order to sort things out Joplin Missouri (3.14 in), Vichy-Rolla Missouri (1.31 in). The post Record cold in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana and Michigan appeared first on Ice Age Now.

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