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Sub-zero temperatures Wednesday break record

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Temperatures fell well below zero Wednesday morning breaking another daily record low temperature. Wednesday became the second consecutive day in Grand Rapids to break the morning low and only the second time since 2002 since there have been consecutive record lows.

The low temperature recorded at Ford International Airport was 13 degrees below zero making Wednesday the coldest day of 2015 and the coldest since 1996.

Many other areas around West Michigan recorded some bitterly cold temperatures:

Allegan – 

Bradley: -19°

Allegan: -16°

Wayland: -15°

Fennville: -12°

Barry-

Dowling: -17°

Hastings: -14°

Irving: -14°

Calhoun-

Marshall: -17°

Ceresco: -16°

Brownlee Park: -14°

Albion: -13°

W.K. Kellogg Airport: -8°

Ionia-

Saranac: -16°

Belding: -11°

Clarksville: -8°

Grattan: -7°

Kalamazoo-

Cooper: -14°

Kalamazoo Nature Center: -14°

Midland Park: -14°

Oshtemo: -13°

Comstock: -11°

Richland: -4°

Kent-

Ford International Airport: -13°

Grattan: -11°

Byron Center: -10°

Cannonsburg: -10°

Grandville: -8°

Walker: -7°

Ada: -7°

Mecosta-

Big Rapids: -16°

Sylvester: -15°

Montcalm-

Entrican: -17°

Greenville: -15°

Stanton: -14°

Muskegon-

Cloverville: -10°

Ravenna: -8°

Dalton: -7°

Norton Shores: -7°

Newaygo-

White Cloud: -13°

Fremont: -9°

Newaygo: -9°

Ottawa-

Olive Center: -12°

Hudsonville: -12°

Jamestown: -7°

Jenison: -7°

Van Buren-

Lawrence: -22°

Paw Paw: -21°

Grand Junction: -19°

Hartford: -15°

South Haven: -13°

Gobles: -12°

 

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