Lowest Temperature of Record--Selected Cities


[In Fahrenheit degrees. Airport data, except as noted. For period of record through 1993]

                           Length of
                            record 
STATE STATION               (yr.)   Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Annual
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AZ    Phoenix.............   56     17   22   25   32   40  50   61   60   47    34   25   22    17
CO    Denver .............   59    -25  -30  -11   -2   22  30   43   41   17     3   -8  -25   -30
ID    Boise ..............   54    -17  -15    6   19   22  31   35   34   23    11   -3  -25   -25
MT    Great Falls ........   56    -37  -35  -29   -6   15  31   40   30   21   -11  -25  -43   -43
NV    Reno ...............   52    -16  -16   -2   13   18  25   33   24   20     8    1  -16   -16
NM    Albuquerque.........   54    -17  -5     8   19   28  40   52   50   37    21   -7   -7   -17
UT    Salt Lake City .....   65    -22  -30    2   14   25  35   40   37   27    16  -14  -21   -30
WY    Cheyenne ...........   58    -29  -34  -21   -8   16  25   38   36    8    -1  -16  -28   -34
 


Notes: - Represents zero. (1)City office data.

Source: Table No. 393 of the Statistical Abstract of the United States: 1995 U.S. Census Bureau.

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