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Minot’s coldest 11 days

Wicked cold in Dec. 1983

December 26, 2013

By KIM FUNDINGSLAND Staff Writer kfundingsland@minotdailynews....

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Victory

Dec-27-13 12:18 AM

December 23 1983 was my first day ever in Williston, ND the actual temp was recorded at -50. Later that same summer the temp hit 113. I remember as a store in Williston was selling t shirts with these dates and temps.

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MarkHighwater

Dec-26-13 12:13 PM

how about the year it never broke above ZERO for almost 6 weeks...that was worse IMO...think it was from earlyu December 81 thru January 82...BRRrrrr

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takkak

Dec-26-13 11:30 AM

Can ya do a story about Hawaii, so we can dream at least.

Vote NO to the snow

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EarlyBird

Dec-26-13 7:14 AM

minot always claims to be warmer than the surrounding area for some reason.

According to NOAA the coldest with wind chill it has ever been in ND was on February 1, 1989 Tioga, North Dakota reported a wind chill reading of 90 degrees below zero. The coldest it has ever been without wind chill in ND was back in 1936 North Dakota -60 Feb. 15, 1936 Parshall

The lowest ever recorded in the contiguous 48 States, was -69.7 degrees - rounded off to minus 70 degrees - at Rogers Pass, in Lewis and Clark County, Mont., on Jan. 20, 1954

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