It will continue to be dangerously cold in Cincinnati Tuesday. But it's not the coldest it has ever been.
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It will continue to be dangerously cold in Cincinnati Tuesday.
Highs will climb to about 8 degrees by the afternoon, but gusts at speeds up to 20 mph will keep wind chill temperatures at -15 to -25 degrees throughout the day.
But that's not the coldest it has ever been in Cincinnati.
Scroll through the chart below to see the record low temperatures in January throughout Cincinnati's history.
View record lows in Cincinnati