Monday Morning Record Low Temperatures

Written by on January 7, 2014 in NatGasWeather - No comments

Record Breaking Low Temperatures Over The US This Morning

 

Record breaking cold conditions are expected this morning as the peak of the cold outbreak occurs.  From here on out temperatures will warm considerably over the coming days.   Morning lows over much of the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast dropped below zero or into the single digits.  A hard freeze occurred in portions of northern Florida with even single digit lows being observed in Alabama and Georgia.  When comparing these temperatures compared to normal it shows just how brutally cold this Arctic outbreak is.  Over the Ohio Valley, temperatures are as much as 35°F to 40°F colder than normal.  That’s about as big as gets for this time of year, especially since normal overnight lows are already quite low going into the core of the winter season.  The number cities with record breaking lows is too many to list, but expect to hear about widespread areas reporting new record lows for this day.

 

 

Tuesday morning temperatures across the US after an extremely cold Arctic blast.  Lows of teens and 20s pushed into northern Florida with the rest of the US in the deep freeze.

Tuesday morning temperatures across the US after an extremely cold Arctic blast. Lows of teens and 20s pushed into northern Florida with the rest of the US in the deep freeze.

 

This image shows unofficial lows over the eastern US this morning.  You can see single digits made it deep into the Southeast with a wide swath of single digits and below zero for much of the US.

This image shows unofficial lows over the eastern US this morning. You can see single digits made it deep into the Southeast with a wide swath of single digits and below zero for much of the US.

 

temperature differences

The image shows values that are colder or warmer than normal temperatures at this time of the day for this specific day.  Extreme cold anomalies of -35F or more are occurring over the Midwest with -15F to -30F for much of the South and Southeast.

 

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