February 10, 2011 Record Low Temperatures

Record Low Temperatures This Morning
Over Oklahoma and Western North Texas

Clear skies, light winds and several inches of snow cover allowed several areas across northern Oklahoma to set all-time record low temperatures. The mesonet site in Nowata, Oklahoma dropped to an amazing -31 degrees! This established a new all-time record for the state of Oklahoma. Other locations across central and southern Oklahoma, as well across western north Texas also set daily record low temperatures. Below is a list of low temperature records that occurred this morning. **Note, this list only covers the National Weather Service Norman Coop and ASOS sites over central and western Oklahoma, and western north Texas.**

Record Low Temperatures Over Parts of Oklahoma and Western North Texas
Low Temperatures Courtesy of the National Weather Service ASOS Sites and Cooperative Observers

 

LOCATION      LOW TEMPERATURE   PERIOD OF RECORD   PREVIOUS RECORD

PONCA CITY -25* 1948 -12 1/19/1984
FREEDOM -22* 1948 -17 12/23/1989
HELENA -21* 1906 -15 12/23/1989
WAYNOKA -21* 1938 -15 1/19/1943
TALOGA -21** 1900 -21 1/04/1947
BILLINGS -19* 1959 -15 1/08/1988
BLACKWELL -19* 1954 -12 12/22/1954
STILLWATER 2 W -20* 1893 -18 2/04/1996***


NEWKIRK 1 NW -19 1898 ALL-TIME LOW -22
JEFFERSON -20 1894 ALL-TIME LOW -23
WATONGA -13 1902 ALL-TIME LOW -15
HENNESSEY 4 ESE -16 1895 ALL-TIME LOW -17
CHANDLER -7 1901 ALL-TIME LOW -20
SEMINOLE -4 1933 ALL-TIME LOW -12
HOLLIS -1 1922 ALL-TIME LOW -12
DUNCAN 1 1936 ALL-TIME LOW -8
HEALDTON -3 1894 ALL-TIME LOW -14

OKLAHOMA CITY -5 1890 ALL-TIME LOW -17
WICHITA FALLS 3 1923 ALL-TIME LOW -12


* ALL-TIME RECORD
** TIED ALL-TIME RECORD
*** AND OTHER YEARS


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