Transcript for How the weather has affected past inaugurations
From extreme color of his mouth and heat rain mother nature will stop at nothing. Not even a January inauguration. The snow yes. That was in 1961. You know I don't they believe anything beyond. Our president of the United States. Inches of snow blanketed DC than not afford John F. Kennedy was when it though. You know build Gladys inauguration. With 1937. Nearly two inches of rain fell for president Franklin D. Roosevelt second and not have reached. Cold and blustery day at 33 degrees at noon to one degree above freezing. All nearly 200000. People came to a lot. Ronald Reagan do solemnly swear. And president Ronald Reagan. Well he holds to weather records for both his inaugurations. In 1981 he was sworn an outside at a comfortable 55 degrees. Film mormons today the office of president. The United States then a complete 184 years later they had to move the inauguration indoors and the parade was canceled. It was the coldest on records. To some degree is it news. This afternoon the wind chill was ten to twenty below. Average high temperatures in Washington DC in mid to late January range from twenty point three streets but. Obviously. History proves anything up.
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