94 degrees: The record-breaking temperature in Winner, South Dakota on the second to last day of winter this year—just one of many places all over the country experiencing "impossible weather.""There's extremes in weather, but seeing something like this is impressive and unprecedented," Chicago NWS meteorologist Richard Castro told the Daily Herald. "It's extraordinarily rare for climate locations with 100+ year long periods of records to break records day after day after day," the office added in an official statement.
Southern California was hit by a second day of extreme temperatures, with the National Weather Service forecasting the heat wave will extend into Tuesday. The NWS said some cities are likely to break new records today, with temperat... Read Post
. The city of Lancaster set record lows two days in a row when temperatures dipped to 13 degrees early Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. The previous record for the day was 15 degrees 33 years ago. Read Post