Sunday, January 14, 2018

Re: [californiadisasters] On This Date In California Weather History (January 14)


And I'm pleased it got up to 34° today with some sun to melt the snow (yay, I have a driveway again!); after a month of 20's. 


Smell Czech correction happen

On Jan 14, 2018, at 7:51 PM, Kim Noyes [californiadisasters] <> wrote:


2007: The San Francisco Bay Area region was experiencing its coldest temperatures since December 1998.
The cold snap began on the 12th of January and persisted through the 18th.
The coldest temperatures occurred from the 13th through the 15th.
Overnight lows on the morning of the 14th included:
Pinnacles National Monument...14
° F San Jose..........20° F   Livermore Airport.........20° F Santa Cruz.........26° F Half Moon Bay..........27° F Oakland Airport..........28° F
San Francisco Airport.........32
° F

2007: Very cold air spread across Southeast California and Arizona during the weekend of January 14, 2007.
The coldest two consecutive mornings since December of 1978 occurred at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport when the minimum temperature dropped to 29
° F on January 14 and 15.
Low temperatures were well below freezing in nearly all desert locations with temperatures into the teens at the coldest spots.
Record lows on the 14th included 21
° F at Imperial CA, 25° F at Blythe CA, and 25° F at Yuma, AZ.
Some effects of the freeze included burst pipes, damaged plants, and widespread losses to citrus crops.


Posted by: "Rick Bates (WA6NHC)" <>

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