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What is the coldest it has been where you live in the last two weeks?

Pick whichever answer is closest. Feel free to give the exact temp in your comment.
F is short for Fahrenheit. C is short for Celsius.

VotesAnswer
13-10° C (14° F)
100° C (32° F)
9-20° C (-4° F)
6I have no idea.
330° C (86° F or warmer)
3Other
2-30° C (-22° F)
120° C (68° F)
010° C (50° F)
0-40° C (-40° F) or colder


UserComment
bill Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 29-Jan-2007 7:00am  
-24°C (-11°F)
Maarten
posted 29-Jan-2007 7:37am  
Around -7ēC.
CGTREE
posted 29-Jan-2007 7:47am  
-36
they Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 29-Jan-2007 8:15am  
cold
jettles Survey Central Subscriber
posted 29-Jan-2007 9:05am  
last night it got down to the high 20's and right now on my back porch it is 30F which is unusual for here during the day. it should get up to the 40's today. and then the 40's and 50's over the next few days.
Amanda
posted 29-Jan-2007 10:00am  
I have no idea. Right now, it's 27 F.
paulyw Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 29-Jan-2007 10:14am  
Right now it is only 11 above BRRRR!
Galomorro
posted 29-Jan-2007 11:22am  
Other: 44 F or warmer.
judgescratch
posted 29-Jan-2007 11:29am  
-10° C (14° F)
jettles Survey Central Subscriber
posted 29-Jan-2007 11:33am  
sorry to most of you!! hope you like the cold. i am freezing here and it is in the 30's now!!!!!! we have about 1-2 weeks a year like this and then the rest of the year is great. we have had a very mild winter this year so we were due.
gsummers
posted 29-Jan-2007 11:38am  
i live in England now so it hasnt gotten THAT cold... not compared to temperatures back home in Canada anyway. I put 0 degrees C
Zang
posted 29-Jan-2007 11:51am  
Closer to zero than minus ten Celsius. Maybe minus one or two.
cerealkiller
posted 29-Jan-2007 12:51pm  
Maybe 32 degrees. Normal high is between 55-60. Gonna be 62 today.
gambler
posted 29-Jan-2007 1:01pm  
Coldest, 30 degrees I guess........ Its been about 95 every day
mandy
posted 29-Jan-2007 1:54pm  
CAKE!!!!!!!!!
mandy
posted 29-Jan-2007 1:55pm  
I'm cold right now.........*shivers*
JessicaWoman99
posted 29-Jan-2007 2:43pm  
Talk about cold this is thee Antarctic and the North Pole out here in Colorado and we are lucky to even be 10 above 0
and -20 or -10 below zero and it is coooold brrrrr brrrrr

I will trade my coats and boots for a warmer place
ausfox
posted 29-Jan-2007 3:29pm  
Warmer than 86 degrees. It is summer here - it has gotten up to 106. I don't know the coldest. Not very cold obviously.
JessicaWoman99
(reply to ausfox) posted 29-Jan-2007 4:14pm  
> Warmer than 86 degrees. It is summer here - it has gotten up to 106.
> I don't know the coldest. Not very cold obviously.

Can we trade places?
patarnone
posted 29-Jan-2007 4:21pm  
We had a 17-19 degrees F a few weeks ago. Night time is below freezing a lot.\

These are reports from the South Puget Sound region in Western Washington state.
llamamama
posted 29-Jan-2007 8:09pm  
During the day..with no windchill...around 32...With wind chill...about 10..and at night..in the 20s.
romkey Survey Central Gold Subscriber
posted 29-Jan-2007 8:14pm  
-12 degrees F is the lowest I noted.
Amanda
(reply to mandy) posted 29-Jan-2007 9:56pm  
You have cake?!?!?

I love cake!
ausfox
(reply to JessicaWoman99) posted 29-Jan-2007 10:00pm  
Sorry, no trading I am terrible with the cold!! ;)
hypersky
posted 29-Jan-2007 10:24pm  
-20° C, with a wind chill factor of - 35° C
RGirl
posted 30-Jan-2007 1:14am  
0 degrees F.
cabinfever
posted 30-Jan-2007 2:23am  
The closest would be 14 degrees Fahrenheit. It's been in the single digits within the last couple weeks, but not below 5 degrees.
filiasan
posted 30-Jan-2007 3:17am  
20*F
ROCKMAN
posted 30-Jan-2007 6:24am  
I think it is around 14 degrees right now and that would be the coldest in the past 2 weeks.
mandy
(reply to Amanda) posted 30-Jan-2007 12:56pm  
PINK CAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Amanda
(reply to mandy) posted 30-Jan-2007 2:35pm  
You're my new best friend!! Do I get cake now? smiley:::grin
mandy
(reply to Amanda) posted 30-Jan-2007 2:46pm  
Ask romkey...He baked it......smiley:::raspberry
Amanda
(reply to mandy) posted 30-Jan-2007 4:25pm  
Did he spit in it?
cloudhugger
posted 30-Jan-2007 8:40pm  
Below 14 F.
Iseult
posted 30-Jan-2007 9:34pm  
a) I don't check the weather that obsessively in order to keep track of the weather (actually I do, I just haven't been doing it recently)
b) I haven't been here all the time in last two weeks
c) -10degrees C (without the windchill) is my best guess
Iseult
posted 30-Jan-2007 9:38pm  
Now you made me look.
Okay, it's -8 now (-15 windchill).

And according to weather network, lowest temp for last two weeks was -17C, but I think it was colder than that.
RGirl
(reply to Iseult) posted 31-Jan-2007 1:51am  
I have the Weatherbug and all I have to do is look down near where the time shows on the computer to see what the temp is. It is a whopping 4degrees. Weatherbug rocks.
Iseult
(reply to RGirl) posted 31-Jan-2007 12:35pm  
I think I downloaded Weatherbug a long, long time ago, and it was laced with spyware (although it might've been a programme very similar to Weatherbug). It sounds like a cool thing, I'll look into it once I get home (I'm on a school computer right now!).
mandy
(reply to Amanda) posted 31-Jan-2007 1:01pm  
smiley:::surprise Never!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Enigma
(reply to Iseult) posted 31-Jan-2007 2:00pm  
> I think I downloaded Weatherbug a long, long time ago, and it was
> laced with spyware (although it might've been a programme very similar
> to Weatherbug). It sounds like a cool thing, I'll look into it once
> I get home (I'm on a school computer right now!).

You can also go to {href}www.theweathernetwork.com The Weather Network{href} and download the same type of thing. I've had it on my desktop at work (they hide me downstairs and I never know what's going on outside unless they unlock the chain) for over two years now and never had a problem. Right now it's -7 and if I click on it a more enhanced bubble window pops up with more info. Also, it turns red and a little lightening bolt flashes if there's a storm warning. I like it. Small things amuse me.
RGirl
(reply to Iseult) posted 31-Jan-2007 4:45pm  
The Weather Channel has one exactly the same really. It is neat because it makes a chirping noise when there is a weather alert, Weatherbug I mean. The Weather Channel has that feature as well.
Iseult
(reply to Enigma) posted 1-Feb-2007 5:21pm  
That sounds spiffy. I am thinking of getting it.
JessicaWoman99
posted 1-Feb-2007 8:27pm  
So cold that my sewer line and water pipes froze up
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 2-Feb-2007 5:46pm  
Apparently it got down to -9 F today; that's the coldest in the last two weeks, according to accuweather.com. That's also not factoring in the windchill.
shorty189
posted 3-Feb-2007 5:34pm  
-10 C like 14-10 degrees
Anderz
posted 6-Feb-2007 4:37pm  
About minus 5 at night.
autumnlight
posted 16-Mar-2007 10:39am  
about 0
darkshadowsseeker
posted 2-Jun-2007 5:53pm  
Upper range of the 30s Fm, but that's at night. It's not been much below the 50-60s F during the day, but the last few days have been in the 80s F.
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator
posted 6-Nov-2017 12:16pm  
It was 1.4 degrees C at 4 am this morning, but I can't easily find data for last week.
Lysannus
posted 10-Nov-2017 9:27pm  
14F today right now
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