Record-breaking cold Presidents Day morning

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A Northeast Ohio Huntington Bank branch says the temperature was -9 on Monday, but some areas saw much colder temps.

Monday morning’s official low was -12, but many areas had temperatures lower than -20. The coldest was -26 in Saybrook.

This was the coldest morning low since 2009 and broke the record of -8 set in 1904. It’s the second coldest low temperature after Feb. 15 since 1963. The coldest temp last winter was -11.

Have we had a below-zero night in March? You bet. The last time was March 9, 1984. Meteorologist Scott Sabol has an in-depth look at the cold with a look at the rest of the week.

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