Record cold in several New York cities — Iowa Climate Science Education

Buffalo, New York, set a new all-time record low of 42F, busting the old record of 43F set way back in 1946 (solar minimum of cycle 17). Syracuse broke it’s all-time low temperature for June 14 on Sunday — the low of 42F logged at the city’s airport beat the previous record of 43F set […]

Record cold in several New York cities — Iowa Climate Science Education

Buffalo, New York, set a new all-time record low of 42F, busting the old record of 43F set way back in 1946 (solar minimum of cycle 17).

Syracuse broke it’s all-time low temperature for June 14 on Sunday — the low of 42F logged at the city’s airport beat the previous record of 43F set back in 1970.

Binghamton set a new all-time record low of 39F — the coldest temperature the city has felt this late in the year, ever.

And Rochester tied its all-time record low of 41F

The mercury sank even lower in surrounding areas.

Rural Redfield reported 33F on Sunday morning and a hard June frost,

Savannah reported a low of 42F.

Lowville observed 37F.

Fabius suffered 36F.

Westdale saw 43F.

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June 15, 2020 at 04:37PM

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