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A strong arctic front Sunday night into early Monday was ushered in by very strong wind, at times over 60 mph. While very few cold temperature records were sent, the air mass was the coldest in the last 10 to 20 years across the region.  Temperature in many locations fell below zero late Monday night and did not rise above zero until Thursday morning.  The coldest day of the period was on January 30 when many locations had wind chills form -40 to -60°F. Daytime temperatures were between -10°-0°F.

Coldest Wind Chill Values for January 30-31, 2019
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