Cold Question

Posted By: snowboi1  Posted On: Jul 25th, 2012  Filed Under: Weather

I have a question.If the temps in winter is 10-15 degrees below then what if a artic outbreak happens?Will that mean temps will be even colder?

  1. TheMaineMan says:

    Generally during an arctic outbreak, you can expect your temperatures to be 10 to 20 degrees below your average temperature. So an arctic outbreak in January will usually be colder than one in March, etc. Depends on what your average temperatures are.

  2. snowboi1 says:

    By March 1 our average is about 62.

  3. fatima32 says:

    ours i believe is lower in march here in virginia

  4. USAclimatereporter says:

    i do not know but it was not that cold this winter but very cold last winter in 2010-2011

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