Which cold season had the least amount of days with single digits or lower temperatures?
We have been quite mild so far this winter with few single-digit or lower temperatures. Which cold season had the least amount of days with single digits or lower temperatures?
So far this cold season, the city has recorded single-digit or lower temperatures three times, a record early-season low of 7 on November 12 and lows of 5 and on January 18-19, but there could still be more cold weather ahead. The fewest number of sub 10-degree days for an entire cold season is three, recorded in 1881-82 with the lowest reading of one above. There have been five cold seasons with four days, most recently in 2011-12, when the season’s lowest was five on January 15, 19 and 20. On the cold side of the ledger, the cold seasons with the most sub 10-degree days were 50 in 1977-78 and 49 in 1976-77.