Extremely cold temperatures bring severe cold to most parts of the United States.
(CNN) – Historically low temperatures have developed Cold air for decades Across much of the United States, it reaches as far as Rio Grande and produces record amounts of snow and ice in the southern part of the country.
These are some of the records that have been broken in the United States for cold weather, as well as some interesting figures that have been recorded due to extreme temperatures.
A record of severe cold
This Monday, the temperature in the United States was 36 degrees Celsius: from 32 degrees Celsius in Florida to 4 degrees below zero in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
In Central America, Miami recorded a maximum temperature of 32.8 degrees Celsius this Sunday
One-third of the U.S. continent was below zero on Monday. If you extend the measurement to areas with frozen temperatures, it covers more than 79% of the country.
Covers all or part of the 20 states from the Canadian border to Mexico with air cooling tips and advice. More than 68 million people live in the affected area.
The weather has been producing cold winds for decades in many parts of Central America:
- Dallas -15 degrees Celsius is the coldest city the city has seen since 1989.
- The city of Oklahoma has reached 21.1 degrees Celsius above zero, the coldest temperature in the city since 1989, and the air temperature has dropped below 33 degrees Celsius below zero.
- In Texas, Austin and San Antonio had single-digit temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) for the first time since 1989.
- Texas’ Corpus Christi has dropped to -8 degrees Celsius, the coldest since 1989.
- South Dakota’s Rapid City has minus 24 degrees for five consecutive nights. This last happened in 1943.
- In Kansas City, Missouri, the air temperature dropped to -35 degrees Celsius, the lowest since 1989.
- Monday was the coldest day in Omaha, Nebraska, with temperatures as low as -19 degrees Celsius and -29.4 degrees Celsius as low as 25 years.
A blanket of snow and ice
Winter storm clocks, alarms or warnings have been issued in at least 40 states, with a population of about 154 million – half of the country’s population.
Snow fell as far south as Brownsville in southern Texas, where ice has only been measured twice since 1898, when statistics began to be recorded.
Lake Charles, Louisiana, which suffered two direct impacts from the hurricane in the past six months, experienced a snowstorm Monday morning.
Oklahoma City and Dallas see daily snowfall (15 and 10 centimeters, respectively) On top In both cities 10. Both may see 10 more major snowfalls on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.
Abilene, Texas, on Sunday announced a new daily snowfall record of nearly 15 inches, breaking the previous record of 9 inches in 1996.