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Cold temps not quite record breaking

 

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Early this week the official cold temperature recorded for Ekalaka was twenty-six degrees below zero. The coldest March day on record occurred in March of 1960 when the temperature reached -32. Sunday was, in fact, the seventh coldest March day ever recorded in Ekalaka. The coldest day on record occurred in January of 1954, -44 degrees Fahrenheit.

In terms of average temperature, February of this year is the third coldest on record at 6.4 degrees. In February of 1899 the average temperature throughout the month was 2.3 degrees. The coldest February on record was in 1936, when the average...



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