“Alaska Sets New Wind Chill Record”

97 Degrees Below Zero Fahrenheit.

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Gusting winds blew away Alaska’s wind chill record on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14), setting a new low of minus 97 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 71 degrees Celsius). A remotely-operated National Weather Service sensor in Howards Pass, in northern Alaska’s Brooks Range, recorded sustained winds of 71 mph (114 km/h) and gusts up to 78 mph (125 km/h) on Friday. The wind chill was calculated from the recorded temperature of minus 42 F (minus 41 C).”

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2 Responses to “Alaska Sets New Wind Chill Record”

  1. Pirate Morgan says:

    Al Gore should have to share his global warming with others. It’s not fair that he should have it all and others have to pay him to get some for themselves……hehehe

  2. reboot says:

    Found a new place to fly algore did they! Let him give a speech there!

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