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Saturday, February 4, 2023

New Hampshire sets new record low temperature in the U.S. with -108°F (-78°C)

New Hampshire sets new record low temperature in the U.S. with -108°F (-78°C).

NWS said Mt Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern US, was “living up to the reputation of having the worst weather in the world”.

New Hampshire is one of several states under wind chill warnings, alongside Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont, and much of New York, where a “Code Blue” alert for sub-zero temperatures was issued.

Thousands of properties have lost power and emergency shelters have been opened.

While the deep freeze is expected to be relatively brief, people are being warned the conditions are life-threatening, with schools closed in some cities due to risks of children suffering hypothermia and frostbite.

One weather expert says the wind chills forecast could cause frostbite on exposed skin in just 10 minutes.

Parts of the US are experiencing a record-breaking wind chill factor that is so cold it’s literally off the National Weather Service’s official charts.

The northeast of the country has been struck by a powerful arctic blast, with the temperature at New Hampshire‘s Mount Washington plummeting to a new low of -46F (-43C).

But the wind chill temperature is how cold people actually feel while outside and depend on the strength and temperature of winds.

High winds of 96mph on Mt Washington have produced a wind chill factor of -108F (-78C) – comfortably below the lowest point on the National Weather Service’s (NWS) wind chill chart, which stands at -98F (-72C).

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