If you think it’s cold where you are, it was nothing like what was recorded from the top of Whiteface Mountain Sunday night.The Wild Center in Tupper Lake posted on Facebook that wind chills from the summit reached 110 below zero.
The actual temperature was 29 below and winds were blowing at 54 miles per hour at the top of Whiteface.
By Monday morning, the center reported the wind chills were back to a balmy 55 below.Back in early January, an official wind chill at the top was recorded at -77. Some reports said it reached -90.
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