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February 29, 2008

Clear skies and calm winds allowed temperatures to fall below zero in many locations across central New York and northeast Pennsylvania. The map below shows low temperatures ending at 7 AM EST on February 29, 2008.

Another cold morning this year occurred on January 3rd, 2008.

For more climate data, take a look at the Local Climate section of this website.
Low Temperatures for February 29, 2008.

LocationLow Temperature
Addison-6
Albany-2
Auburn-2
Bath Observer-10
Binghamton0
Boonville-7
Brewerton Blo Lock 23-5
Canandaigua Airport-4
Canisteo-9
Chemung-7
Chittenango1
Cooperstown-6
Corning Observer-9
Dansville0
Delhi-9
Elmira Airport-10
Elmira Observer-6
Endicott Airport-6
Fayetteville-1
Fulton0
Glens Falls-20
Griffiss Afb-9
Hamilton Municipal Airport -12
Hornell-9
Hornell Almond Dam-11
Ithaca-9
Ithaca Airport-11
Locke-13
Madison-7
Marathon13
Massena-21
Mecklenburg-7
Monticello-8
Morrisville-5
Norwich Airport-10
Oneonta-2
Penn Yan10
Port Byron0
Potsdam Airport-14
Poughkeepsie3
Rochester0
Romulus8
Saranac Lake-30
Sheldrake-2
Sherburne-10
Sidney Airport-2
Skaneateles4
Syracuse-1
Vestal0
Walton-9
Waverly/Sayre-4
Whitney Point Dam-11
Archbald-3
Avoca6
Canton-6
Damascus-5
Dimock-1
Dingmans Ferry4
Exeter8
F. E. Walter Dam-2
Hanover6
Hazleton6
Lehman5
Matamoras/Port Jervis2
Montrose-9
Moscow6
Mt Pocono0
Pleasant Mount-8
Prompton Dam-7
Rome-9
Scranton6
Sugarloaf7
Towanda-1
Wilkes Barre11
Williamsport9


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