Little Rock Breaks a 108-Year-Old Record –November 12, 2019

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – With a low temperature of 20° Tuesday morning, Little Rock broke the record low temperature of 22° that was set in 1911. The 20° temperature in Little Rock Tuesday was also the coldest temperature in Little Rock in the month of November since November 18, 2014, almost five years ago.

North Little Rock broke its record of 23° set in 1976 with a low of 18°.
LRAFB broke its record of 25° set in 1976 with a low of 19°.
Russellville broke its record of 20° set in 1976 with a low of 19°.
Hot Springs broke its record of 27° set in 1987 with a low of 22°.
Alicia broke its record of 18° set in 1976 with a low of 17°.
Batesville L&D broke its record of 19° set in 1976 with a low of 18°.
Batesville Airport broke its record of 21° set in 1950 with a low of 16°.
Calico Rock broke its record of 21° set in 1995 with a low of 15°.
Fordyce broke its record of 25° set in 1950 with a low of 22°.
Malvern broke its record of 22° set in 1950 with a low of 20°.
Rohwer broke its record of 28° set in 1987 with a low of 23°.
Sheridan broke its record of 22° set in 1976 with a low of 21°.
Sparkman broke its record of 25° set in 1968 with a low of 20°.
Stuttgart broke its record of 28° set in 2013 with a low of 21°.
Newport broke its record of 20° set in 1950 with a low of 16°.
Conway broke its record of 21° set in 1950 with a low of 17°.
Beedeville broke its record of 23° set in 1976 with a low of 19°.
Jonesboro broke its record of 20° set in 1976 with a low of 19°.
Texarkana broke its record of 24° set in 1911 with a low of 23°.

Monticello tied its record of 25° set in 1984.
Keo tied its record of 19° set in 1950.
Mena tied its record of 15° set in 1911.

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