Detroit is One of the Coldest Cities

Brrr! Are you warmed up yet after the “Polar Vortex” that engulfed us last week?  In light of these recent events, this is a post about the country’s 20 coldest cities over time.  This is information from The Weather Channel’s article, “America’s 20 Coldest Major Cities” by Jon Erdman.  As you could have probably guessed, Detroit made the list!  Here are America’s 20 coldest big cities:

  1. Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnestoa
  2. Anchorage, Alaska
  3. Madison, Wisconsin
  4. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  5. Omaha, Nebraska
  6. Chicago, Illinois
  7. Lincoln, Nebraska
  8. Rochester, New York
  9. Buffalo, New York
  10. Ft. Wayne, Indiana
  11. Toledo, Ohio
  12. Detroit, Michigan
  13. Akron, Ohio
  14. Cleveland, Ohio
  15. Indianapolis, Indiana
  16. Colorado Springs, Colorado
  17. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  18. Denver, Colorado
  19. Kansas City, Missouri
  20. Boston, Massachusetts

When freezing temperatures hit, it is important to have a well maintained heating system.  That is one reason why it is so important to have annual furnace inspection.  Though it is already January, it is not too late…winter may still be another couple of months!  If your furnace does break in the midst of a deep freeze, please be aware that Flame will be there to assist you as soon as possible.  For more information, contact Flame!


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