This Day in History: The Coldest Temperature Ever Recorded in North Dakota
In North Dakota, it can get pretty cold. But the coldest temperature ever recorded was on Feb. 15, 1936.
On this day in Parshall, the the temperature dropped to 60 degrees below zero. And of course in this instance we are talking about the actual temperature and not factoring in the windchill.
That's nippy: #OnThisDay in 1936, North Dakota’s all-time coldest temperature of 60 below zero was recorded in Parshall.
— USA TODAY Weather (@usatodayweather) February 15, 2017
Parshall is in Mountrail County and is the birth place of current NDSU QB coach Randy Hedberg.