Central Park And Harlem Breaks Record Low

central-park-kids-1Central Park was 5 degrees Tuesday morning, the coldest it’s been on a Jan. 7 since 1896, according to NBC New York reports Business Insider.com.

This blast of frigid air comes after Central Park reached a high temperature of 55 degrees on Monday.

The coldest temperature ever recorded at Central Park was -15 degrees on Feb. 9, 1934.

Area of Harlem, LaGuardia, Newark and John F. Kennedy airports also hit record low temperatures Tuesday. Newark airport dipped to 4 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

A “polar vortex,” which typically occurs at the North Pole, has brought some of the coldest weather the U.S. has seen in decades.

Temperatures in the Midwest dove as low as 59 degrees below zero with windchill.

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