Ann Arbor's Coldest Day?
Question Corner: January 2018
From the January, 2018 issue
Q. What was the coldest day ever in Ann Arbor?
A. February 11, 1885, when the temperature fell to -23 Fahrenheit. It was one of a series of tough winters--"The Little Ice Age" of the 1880s--which set many records that still stand. Some climatologists attribute the harsh winters to the dust and ash thrown into the upper atmosphere by the massive eruption of the Indonesian volcano Krakatoa in August 1883.
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