What are the record coldest temperatures recorded in Houston?

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Houston's known for its heat, but those hot summers have a flip side.

When it comes to winter, sometimes Houston hits freezing or below, and occasionally has memorable ice or snow.

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While snow in Houston doesn't happen every winter, it does indeed happen. In the video, take a look back at the major snow days in the city's history.

But for truly bone-chilling temperatures, you have to look way back in the history of the Bayou City.

The all-time coldest for any month was 5 degrees on Jan. 18, 1930.

For February in particular, the all-time coldest temperature in Houston was 6 degrees on Feb. 12 and 13, 1899.

And while you might recall that Christmas Eve snow of 2004, the all-time coldest December temperature in Houston was 7 degrees on Dec. 23, 1989.

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SkyEye took an aerial tour of snow in the Houston area back in 2017.

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