Eau Claire ties its coldest winter on record, while St. Cloud finishes in the top five, and the Twin Cities in the top ten.
Meteorological winter runs from December through February. The following tables and graphs for Eau Claire, St. Cloud and the Twin Cities depict the average temperature for meteorological winter through the period of record, including the top 10 coldest winters. Data for the winter of 2013-2014 now includes all of December-February.
The average temperature for this winter in Eau Claire was 7.5 degrees. This winter ties for the coldest winter on record.
The average temperature for this winter in St. Cloud was 5.5 degrees. This is the 4th coldest winter on record.
The average temperature this winter in the Twin Cities was 9.7 degrees. This is the 9th coldest winter on record.