Cold and Snow: But How Harsh Was Winter, Really?

Between the extreme cold temperatures and a set of punishing snowstorms that repeatedly brought havoc to a good chunk of the eastern United States, it was a tough winter for some. Take Nowata, Okla., for example, where temperatures in February dropped to a record 31 degrees below zero. When December lows dipped to just 31 degrees above zero, Sarasota, Fla., broke a cold-temperature record that had stood for 82 years. And in February, an Arctic blast drove Laramie, Wyo., temperatures down to a...Full Story
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