Freezing cold start sets a new record low in Syracuse

The work week is starting off with record cold temperatures! Syracuse hit 22° this morning which breaks the old record low temperature for November 4th. The old record was 23° set back both in 1989 and 1951. Records have been kept since 1902 in Syracuse. This was the coldest temperature Syracuse has seen since March 21st when it was 21°. That was 228 days ago.

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