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A RECORD NOT ONLY FOR THE DATE BUT ALSO THE ENTIRE MONTH OF MARCH.


THE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 2 DEGREES ABOVE ZERO (-16.7C) AT 1133 PM MONDAY EVENING MARCH 3RD WAS A RECORD NOT ONLY FOR THE DATE BUT ALSO THE ENTIRE MONTH OF MARCH.

THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW FOR MARCH 3 WAS 5 ABOVE ZERO (-15C) IN 2009.

THE PREVIOUS ALL TIME LOW FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH WAS 3 ABOVE SET ON MARCH 4 2009.

OFFICIAL RECORDS FOR THE ATLANTIC CITY AREA DATE BACK TO 1874.

ALSO A RECORD LOW DAILY MINIMUM FOR WILMINGTON DELAWARE…

THE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 8 DEGREES (-13.3C)AT 1120 PM MONDAY EVENING MARCH 3RD WAS A NEW RECORD FOR MARCH 3RD.

THE PREVIOUS RECORD FOR THAT DATE WAS 9 IN 2009 AND 1925.

OFFICIAL RECORDS DATE BACK TO 1894.

http://nws.noaa.gov/view/validProds.php?prod=RER&node=KPHI

Thanks to Ralph Fato for this link

“At 6:20am EST time morning (Tues, Mar 4), Florida was the only state without a freezing temp in it,” says Ralph. “That is a good chunk of the U.S!”

 

16 Responses to Atlantic City, New Jersey – Coldest March Temp since 1800s!!

  1. Steevo says:

    CO2 seems to be the culprit here. LOL not. Take a look at the Sun’s Luminance, I recall it being much more yellow toned in the 70′s, take a look at the aerosols [chem trails], and volcanic ash in the sky. The sky on a clear day has gone from a transparent blue to powder blue. The problem here is that you cant tax volcanic ash. Speaking of history rhyming with the 1800′s. Hurricane Sandy in 2012 was the last storm to breach the Barnegat Bay in Bayhead NJ since the 1888 hurricane; which at the time sealed in the whaling port of Bayhead from the Atlantic Ocean and created one large barrier island, AKA the Jersey Shore. Empirical evidence and cyclic trends always trump theory.

  2. Dominic Sofield says:

    Suck it Al Gore!

  3. Hambone Johnson says:

    Hey, wasn’t barry supposed to calm the seas and heal the planet?

    • John Branin says:

      alBaraka”Barry” would have trouble assembling a two piece puzzle. He can’t even locate his Birth Certificate in the Kenya.

  4. fthomascain says:

    SO IT WAS COLDER BEFORE MAN HAD CARS AND PLANES AND ALL THE OTHER “BAD” STUFF THE LEFT HATES??????

  5. Joseph W. says:

    Is there any possible connection with several planes that are often seen spraying the region?

  6. Dave says:

    It’s new joisey. No one cares.

    • Chico says:

      I’ve seen your posts before. You don’t like states that have too many minorities, do you? Take your racist crap elsewhere.

  7. Woody Wuld Wong says:

    January 28, 1772: This storm was named the “Washington and Jefferson Snow Storm” since both of their diaries recorded it. The storm left 36 inches of snow (3 feet) in the Washington area. Official weather records did not begin until after the Civil War. Therefore, this storm is not listed in the record books, but it did produce the greatest snow this area has seen since the early settlements.
    Winter of 1779-1780: This winter was so cold that ice was piled 20 feet high along the Delmarva Coast and stayed there until spring! The upper portion of the Chesapeake Bay froze, allowing people to walk from Annapolis to Kent Island.
    February 24, 1852: The Susquehanna River ice bridge at Havre de Grace broke up after 40 days of use. 1378 loaded freight cars crossed the bridge on rails laid on the ice.
    January 16-18, 1857: This was the “great blizzard and freeze”. More than a foot of snow fell with temperatures near zero. Strong winds caused structural damage on land and wrecked ships at sea. Great drifts blocked transportation through the state. Richmond was cut off from Baltimore and Washington for seven days. Norfolk, Virginia was buried under 20 foot drifts of snow! The cold became so extreme that all Maryland and Virginia rivers froze. The Chesapeake Bay was solid ice a mile and a half out from its coastline. At Cape Henry (at the mouth of the Chesapeake), one could walk out 100 yards from the lighthouse on the frozen ocean.

    http://www.erh.noaa.gov/lwx/winter/md-winter.html

  8. Woody Wuld Wong says:

    March 11-13, 1888: The Blizzard of ’88 was also known as the White Hurricane. The storm began in Maryland the morning of March 11 and by evening, the Baltimore-Washington corridor and surrounding area was an ice-entangled mess with fallen tree limbs, electric lines and downed telegraph poles. The city was completely blacked out with the exception of a few gas lights. On the morning of the 12th, people arose to find a half a foot to a foot of snow and ice blanketing the city with up to a foot outside the city. Winds blew up to 48 mph taking down any utility poles left standing. All communication was cut off to the outside world. It took a week to restore the links and for Washington to find out that Baltimore and New York had been hit harder. By storms end, New York was buried under 21 inches of snow. Temperatures had been in the single digits and teens and the wind roared at 35 mph with gusts up to 75 mph blowing drifts to 20 feet deep burying some homes and buildings.
            The strong northwest winds behind the storm blew so hard that they emptied the Tidal Potomac. Boat builders said that low tide was five feet below normal. Only a small channel down the middle of the river contained water that soon froze. Dust was seen blowing along the dried out riverbed! In Baltimore, the low tides grounded ships at their docks. Without telegraph, officials reverted to sending messages by signal lamps from one old watch tower to another. On the Chesapeake Bay, the water was at its lowest tide on record preventing ships from sailing up it. Most of the craft that were on the bay were driven to shore in the winds causing serious damage or complete loss. At least 40 mariners died, most of which were on oyster dredges that either capsized or were thrown onto the shore. On the coast of Maryland and Virginia, there was flooding that submerged an entire island washing away a large herd of cattle that had been wintering there.
    April 10-12, 1894: What made this Mid-Atlantic Nor’easter unique was how late in the season it struck. The whirling snow and gale winds made the storm NOAA

  9. […] Atlantic City New Jersey…….coldest March day since the 1800's!!!! Atlantic City, New Jersey – Coldest March Temp since 1800s!! Oh Boy…….the news just keeps getting better and better for the fascist phoney AGW bozo's. […]

  10. Kenneth Lund says:

    Nothing to do with anything above. All these cold temps are connected to the weather pattern in question. The other reason for increasing cold temps/increasing extremes is due to the ice age cycle. Look at your geologic history !!!
    Everything else people are hearing is just total baloney with utter nonsense.

  11. Teddy Novak says:

    Global warming (aka climate change) is the religion of the stupid.

    http://www.zazzle.com/FirstPrinciples?rf=238518351914519699

  12. Bob Knows says:

    The key words here are “since 1800s” If you envision a bell curve of global temperatures, our weather is sliding down the right side. At every point along the curve, the right side is equal to the left side of the curve. Equal to the 1800s is quite a way down the curve.

  13. Bob Knows says:

    Joseph W. Yes, you are right. In the 1800s those nasty space alien bigfoots were spraying “chemicals” into the air making trails in the sky and causing the cold. It was an Illuminati plot that President Cleveland (the government) kept secret from the people. I’m so glad you have uncovered the secrets of vapor trails in the sky.


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