The frigid temperatures over the last few days didn’t break any records, but they tied two of them.
The 18-degree low recorded on Sunday tied the Bellingham record for Nov. 30, set in 1952, according to the National Weather Service.
And early Monday the temperature dropped to 19 degrees, tying the Dec. 1 record low from 1985.
The official temperatures are recorded at Bellingham International Airport.
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Overnight lows are expected to remain below freezing through Wednesday night. Clouds should roll in Thursday, bringing with them warmer temperatures and rain.