An Amazing Record!

Usually, when we talk about record, we talk about record highs, or record lows. But, how often do you hear a record low pressure? It may be a while before you hear about it again. That’s because a new record low pressure for Minnesota was set this morning as a powerful low tracked across The Northern Plains. In Aitkin, Minnesota, the barometer dropped to 28.41″. How low is that? Well, it’s not as low as Katrina, which registered a low pressure of 26.64″. But then again, this storm was not a “Katrina”. This was a land storm and a powerful one. For Oklahoma, our record low pressure sits at 28.81″ in Oklahoma City and 28.74″ in Tulsa.



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