Houston shatters 107-year-old cold record

Sunday, 29 Oct 2017 – The mercury fell to 36°F (2.2C) at Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) this morning, shattering the previous record low of 39°F (3.9C) set in 1910.

Cold temps shatter 107-year-old record in Houston

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2 thoughts on “Houston shatters 107-year-old cold record

  1. Yet another counter example to climate change!! Obviously there’s nothing changing here.

    • Lots of changing here. The climate has been changing for millennia. Before the first drop of oil was ever extracted out of the ground.
      But you cannot have a 107-year record cold temperature and say that the earth is heading to the temperature of Venus.

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