Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

No Record; Still Chill

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

No Record; Still Chill

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It wasn't a record low temperature for the area Thursday. In fact, it was even colder in February 2007 when it reached 23 degrees. The temperature Thursday dropped to 26 degrees, but 20 mph winds created a wind chill of approximately 12 degrees in some parts of Jacksonville.

Ice on Argyle Forest from a lawn sprinkler resulted in a 10-car pileup near Chaffee Road. Several people were rushed to the hospital, but none of the injuries were life-threatening.

The lowest wind-chill mark overnight was the 6 a.m. reading of 12 degrees at Jacksonville Naval Air Station, according to the National Weather Service at Jacksonville International Airport. Winds dipped temperatures to 21 degrees at Mayport Naval Station and 15 at the airport. The wind made it feel like 37 degrees during the warmest part of the afternoon at the airport and Mayport. No afternoon reading was available from the Naval Air Station.

Other morning wind-chill lows around the region included 9 degrees in Lake City and 13 degrees in Cross City around 6 a. …

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