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While running an errand to a neighbor's house the other night, I drove about a block in my car. It was freezing out and the thought of skidding up and down the street was not appealing.

Running or walking down the street would have been much healthier, but I'm finding myself more affected than usual with the winter weather.

Comes now, today, a message from The Old Farmer's Almanac, on extreme weather in early December. Check out these events from across the nation:

December 5, 1981

Newport, Rhode Island, received 24 inches of snow.

December 6, 1970

A windstorm toppled the national Christmas tree at the White House.

December 7, 2005

Denver, Colorado, experienced a frigid temperature of 0 degrees F.

December 7, 1989

An ice storm in Nashville, Tennessee, cut electricity to 40,000 houses.

December 9, 1980

It was 61 degrees F in Boston, at 1:00 A.M.

December 10, 1946

The temperature reached 70 degrees F in New York City.

December 12, 1960

20 inches of snow covered Newark, New Jersey.

December 13, 1962

Tampa, Florida, experienced a severe freeze with a temperature of 18 degrees F.

December 14, 1924

The temperature at Helena, Montana, fell 79 degrees in 24 hours.

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