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Dr. Marsik quoted in MLive article on record cold

Posted: February 1, 2019

Dr. Marsik quoted in MLive article on record cold Image credit: NASA

Dr. Frank Marsik was quoted in a recent MLive article ["Ann Arbor breaks 108-year-old cold temperature record"on this week's polar vortex-driven Arctic air that descended on the Midwest, and the record-breaking temperatures it brought to the region. 

From the article: 

"The all-time low temperature for Jan. 31 is 12 degrees below zero, a record set in 1899, according to data provided to MLive by University of Michigan climate research scientist Frank J. Marsik. The lowest temperature ever recorded since UM began collecting temperature data in 1881 is 23 degrees below zero on Feb. 11, 1885."

Read the full article: https://www.mlive.com/news/2019/01/ann-arbor-passes-108-year-old-mark-for-the-coldest-jan-30-on-record.html

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