Brutal Cold, Snow Setting Records Across Eastern U.S.

Brutal Cold, Snow Setting Records Across Eastern U.S. (AccuWeather, December 15, 2010)

Numerous records, some of which are more than 100 years old, fell throughout the Southeast Monday and Tuesday. In Norfolk, Va., the temperature only reached 28° Tuesday, setting a new record cold high that beat out the longstanding record of 29 from 1904.

Listed below are new record lows set or tied Tuesday with the previous record in parenthesis

-Greenville, S.C.: 11° (11°/1917)

-Paducah, Ky.: 4° (6°/1985)

-Crossville, Tenn.: 4° (10°/1905)

-Lincoln, Ill.: -4° (-4°/1914)

-Roanoke, Va.: 10° (11°/1982)

-Jacksonville, Fla.: 20° (24°/1960)

-Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: 34° (34°/1962)

-West Palm Beach, Fla.: 32° (33°/1962)

-Key West, Fla.: 50° (50°/1962)

Record-Breaking Florida Cold Continues into Wednesday (AccuWeather, December 14, 2010)

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