Skip to comments.Record Low Temperature Report
Posted on 05/13/2013 2:39:00 PM PDT by Pontiac
.. Record low temperatures set at Toledo OH...
A record low temperature was set at the Toledo Express Airport on Sunday may 12 2013. The temperature dropped to 30 degrees at 1140 PM EST breaking the old record of 34 degrees last recorded on may 12 1969.
The temperature at the Toledo Express Airport remained seasonably cold overnight and registered 30 degrees at 145 am EST this morning. This equals and sets a new record low of 30 degrees which was last recorded on may 13 1946.
... Frost advisory in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am EDT Tuesday...
The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued a frost advisory... which is in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am Tuesday.
* Temperatures... in the mid 30s.
* Timing... from around midnight through the early morning hours Tuesday. Temperatures could begin to rise by sunrise.
* Impacts... frost is likely in sheltered areas and rural areas where the wind becomes light. These conditions pose a threat to tender vegetation.
A frost advisory is issued when frost is expected to develop during the growing season. Those in the warned area are advised to protect tender vegetation. Also... potted plants normally left outdoors should be covered or brought inside away from the cold.
Alert Al Gore
Ohio Ping if you deem it worthy.
Purely of local interest and humorous chat.
Now THAT is cold. BRRRRR!!
44 degrees this AM in suburban Atlanta. This evening, 67 and windy. downright CHILLY. Can’t remember ever being cold in May in Hotlanta.
Tilled the garden last weekend. Soil was COLD. Only thing in the ground right now are onions.
You know why this is happening. Because they have recorded the highest level of CO2 a couple of days ago. Remember dry ice is frozen CO2, so because there is so much CO2, the pressure of it on itself is forming bits of dry ice and that is lowering the temperature to record lows. I know this because a freind of my wife’s third cousin twice removed met somebody at Starbucks and they said it was true. And as we all know anything you hear at Starbucks is true, more so than at McDonalds. Just look at the shoppers at the two establishments. End of argument. (big grin)
Weather Channel had a guy on explaining how the very low number of tornados this spring is due to polar ice melt.
The sad part is that a lot of people actually believe this stuff.
Was Al Gore in Toronto recently?
oops - Toledo!
Goreghoul’s heart is so cold he craps ice cubes. The pyramid scheme of global warming payments has bankrupted Spain, but Goron buys another, bigger, more energy wasting house. Disgusting devils
Frost Sunday night in southwest Michigan.
Live Leak has a really good video up of the ice slowly
moving up from the water to the houses.
37 this am near Nashville
At least its quit raining for a while here,sorry you
people out west...wish ya`ll could get some rain
However all is not lost. Because we do not have enough CO2 to make dry ice, we can still fall back on the Al Gore explanation that CO2 causes global warming and since we do not have as much CO2 as was thought to be, we do not have enough CO2 to create global warming which leads to a drop in the temperature. (how is that for environmental whacko thinking?) Woe is us. (much laughter)
I have read it on the Internet (right here)... it is now 100% confirmed!
We don't get rain in California this time of year. We have TWO seasons: wet and dry.
Wet=October through March; dry April-September--six months dry, six months wet. Always been that way; probably always will be.
Rain is in northern California, thus all the redwoods and lumber industry. Southern California was always dessert. Nice and warm. That's was brought all the folks out west from the snowy and chilly east and midwest.
Frost warning here in Virginia for last night and tonight. It’s CHILLY. (And I’m loving it).
I grew up just a few miles from where that video was shot. We had that happen several times in the '60s. After a very cold winter, the ice would grow to 6 or more feet thick. If the spring is cold, it takes a long time to melt, and the air can be quite warm before it thaws. This causes the ice to crystallize into long thin crystals as you can see in the video. It is also very weak.
The wind ordinarily will push the ice to the shore and the shore stops it from moving. When ice is in the condition of weak crystals, it just moves up the shore and piles up as in the video. This regularly happened during the very cold '60's and early '70's.
Record low temperatures recorded over Interior Alaska
FAIRBANKS - Just when you thought summer was finally peeking its head out from under the melting snow.
Fairbanks set a new record low temperature of 22 degrees on Monday at Fairbanks International Airport. That broke the old record of 26 degrees in 1938.
The composition of the ice surprised me.Heard the story on the
radio this morning.When watching the video I was expecting big
thick slabs of ice.Thanks for the explanation
When we lived in northern Wi we just had floods when the ice melted
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