Here is a look at record cold temps by state provided by Infoplease.com. Two interesting stand outs are Alabama with a record low temperature of -27 and Hawaii with a recored low of just 12 despite having a 13,000' volcano. Record Cold Temperatures By US State | Unofficial Networks

Record Cold Temperatures By US State

Record Cold Temperatures By US State

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Record Cold Temperatures By US State

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Here is a look at record cold temps by state provided by Infoplease.com. Two interesting stand outs are Alabama with a record low temperature of -27°F and Hawaii with a recored low of just 12°F despite having a 13,000′ volcano.

Record Lowest Temperatures by State

State Temp.
°F
Temp.
°C
Date Station Elevation
in feet
Alabama –27 –33 Jan. 30, 1966 New Market 760
Alaska –80 –62 Jan. 23, 1971 Prospect Creek Camp 1,100
Arizona –40 –40 Jan. 7, 1971 Hawley Lake 8,180
Arkansas –29 –34 Feb. 13, 1905 Pond 1,250
California –45 –43 Jan. 20, 1937 Boca 5,532
Colorado –61 –52 Feb. 1, 1985 Maybell 5,920
Connecticut –32 –36 Jan. 22, 1961 Coventry 480
Delaware –17 –27 Jan. 17, 1893 Millsboro 20
D.C. –15 –26 Feb. 11, 1899 Washington 410
Florida –2 –19 Feb. 13, 1899 Tallahassee 193
Georgia –17 –27 Jan. 27, 1940 CCC Camp F-16 est. 1,000
Hawaii 12 –11 May 17, 1979 Mauna Kea 13,770
Idaho –60 –51 Jan. 18, 1943 Island Park Dam 6,285
Illinois –36 –38 Jan. 5, 1999 Congerville 635
Indiana –36 –38 Jan. 19, 1994 New Whiteland 785
Iowa –47 –44 Feb. 3, 1996 Elkader 770
Kansas –40 –40 Feb. 13, 1905 Lebanon 1,812
Kentucky –37 –38 Jan. 19, 1994 Shelbyville 730
Louisiana –16 –27 Feb. 13, 1899 Minden 194
Maine –50 –45 Jan. 16, 2009 Big Black River 770
Maryland –40 –40 Jan. 13, 1912 Oakland 2,461
Massachusetts –35 –37 Jan. 12, 1981 Chester 640
Michigan –51 –46 Feb. 9, 1934 Vanderbilt 785
Minnesota –60 –51 Feb. 2, 1996 Tower 1,460
Mississippi –19 –28 Jan. 30, 1966 Corinth 420
Missouri –40 –40 Feb. 13, 1905 Warsaw 700
Montana –70 –57 Jan. 20, 1954 Rogers Pass 5,470
Nebraska –47 –44 Dec. 22, 1989 Oshkosh 3,379
Nevada –50 –46 Jan. 8, 1937 San Jacinto 5,200
New Hampshire –47 –44 Jan. 29, 1934 Mt. Washington 6,262
New Jersey –34 –37 Jan. 5, 1904 River Vale 70
New Mexico –50 –46 Feb. 1, 1951 Gavilan 7,350
New York –52 –47 Feb. 18, 1979 Old Forge 1,720
North Carolina –34 –37 Jan. 21, 1985 Mt. Mitchell 6,525
North Dakota –60 –51 Feb. 15, 1936 Parshall 1,929
Ohio –39 –39 Feb. 10, 1899 Milligan 800
Oklahoma –27 –33 Jan. 18, 1930 Watts 958
Oregon –54 –48 Feb. 10, 1933 Seneca 4,700
Pennsylvania –42 –41 Jan. 5, 1904 Smethport est. 1,500
Rhode Island –25 –32 Feb. 5, 1996 Greene 425
South Carolina –19 –28 Jan. 21, 1985 Caesars Head 3,115
South Dakota –58 –50 Feb. 17, 1936 McIntosh 2,277
Tennessee –32 –36 Dec. 30, 1917 Mountain City 2,471
Texas –23 –31 Feb. 8, 1933 Seminole 3,275
Utah –69 –56 Feb. 1, 1985 Peter’s Sink 8,092
Vermont –50 –46 Dec. 30, 1933 Bloomfield 915
Virginia –30 –34 Jan. 22, 1985 Mountain Lake 3,870
Washington –48 –44 Dec. 30, 1968 Mazama & Winthrop 2,120; 1,765
West Virginia –37 –38 Dec. 30, 1917 Lewisburg 2,200
Wisconsin –55 –48 Feb. 4, 1996 Couderay 1,300
Wyoming –66 –54 Feb. 9, 1933 Riverside R.S. 6,500

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