Record lows for Texoma, all-time record low for Oklahoma

Texoma woke to find their Thursday, February 10, 2011 with record lows…or very near it. Here’s a run-down of the observed lows for the date:

 Ada: -2 (NEW RECORD / previous record was 6 from 1980)

Antlers: 1 (NEW RECORD / previous record was 7 from 1979)

Ardmore: 5 (NEW RECORD / previous  record was 6 from 1929)

Atoka: 2

Bonham...10

Coalgate…0

Durant…6

Gainesville…9

Madill…3

Marietta…3

Paris...9

Sherman-Denison 10 (NEW RECORD / previous record was 20 from 1982)

***Sulphur: -6 (COLDEST IN TEXOMA)***

Tishomingo…2

This is an historic cold wave, with a new all-time state record low for the state of Oklahoma. This means it’s never been measured colder anywhere in the state.

 The new Oklahoma state record low was recorded Feb 10, 2011 at Nowata, OK with an incredible -31 degrees! (updated figure from NWS)

 This exceeds the previous all-time state record of -27 low from 1930.

 This truly has been a once-in-a-lifetime cold wave for much of the southern Plains.

 

 

Other frigid Feb 10th lows:

Amarillo… -6 (coldest in TX)

Hooker, OK -10

McAlester: -4 (RECORD)

Oklahoma City: -1 to -9 across the metro

Stillwater: -5

Tulsa: -12 (RECORD)

 

 

 

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  • by Jimmy Location: Bonham on Feb 14, 2011 at 02:17 PM
    La Nina said Adios!!
  • by Bob Location: Lake Texoma on Feb 10, 2011 at 09:21 AM
    Well this does not surprise me, watching the sun spot cycle, we are on an low activity at dates back 100 or so years! solar output is low and the upper atmosphere has expanded along with the solar wind being low! if you go back 100 years is when we had a mini ice age, the year with no summer and the like! I'm not saying that that will happen but the just looking at the pattern. you can goto http://spaceweather.com/glossary/sunspotnumber.html and see the history, the all time records follow the low activity in the early 1900's! just food for thought. By the way, the solar cycle low is low, normal is in the 400 day range and we are in the 800 days now! Bob
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