The coldest temperature ever officially recorded in Wisconsin was -55° F at Couderay on Feb. 4, 1996. There is no practical way to tell whether this was the coldest day on record in all of Wisconsin, but it was a cold day across the northern Midwest.
On Feb. 2, 1996, as the cold air was moving in, Minnesota recorded its coldest day on record, -60°F at Tower.
Couderay is in northwestern Wisconsin, about 70 miles north of Eau Claire. Feb. 4, 1996, was not the coldest day on record in Eau Claire. While Wisconsin isn't as large as Alaska, Texas or some other western states, it is large enough to have widely different weather across the state on any one day.
|4 years ago. Rating: 3|
Well, my mom who was from Wisconsin originally, used to say she never beleived her older sisters when they said it had got down to minus 60 degrees F !! --in Wis---out there in the country She said she never beleived them untill the first winter my brother and his wife and babies moved to Wisconisin. It got down real low that winter. My niece, who was 2 at the time said, " Even my teeth are cold !! " ......when they were just running out to the car.
|3 years ago. Rating: 0|