Low-temperature records set for the date Monday, followed by the old record:

Allentown, Pa., -6, 1 in 1947.

Asheville, N.C., -1, 9 in 1980.

Atlantic City, N.J., -8, 2 in 1965.

Auburn, Ala., 9, 19 in 1947.

Augusta, Ga., 11, 12 in 1917.

Baton Rouge, La., 15, 23 in 1912.

Beaufort, S.C., 20, 21 in 1947.

Beckley, W.Va., -16, -1 in 1981.

Birmingham, Ala., 6, 11 in 1917.

Bluefield, W.Va., -9, 3 in 1995.

Camden, Ark., 10, 12 in 1936.

Charleston, S.C., 16, 17 in 1980.

Charleston, W.Va., -12, -2 in 1917.

Chattanooga, Tenn., 2 above, 5 in 1917.

Columbus, Ala., 10, 20 in 1947. Record for February.

Daytona Beach, Fla., 26, 27 in 1947.

El Dorado, Ark., 11, 16 in 1917.

Elkins, W.Va., -22, -10 in 1917. Tied February record.

Florence, N.C., 11, 20 in 1966.

Fort Myers, Fla., 31, tie 1958.

Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C., 8, 14 in 1980.

Hollywood, Fla., 34, 37 in 1966.

Houston, Texas, 23, 27 in 1989.

Huntington, W.Va., -6, -4 in 1917.

Huntsville, Ala., 4, 14 in 1966.

Jackson, Ky., -5, 6 in 1981.

Jackson, Miss., 10, 17 in 1917.

Knoxville, Tenn., -8, -4 in 1886.

Lake Charles, La., 16, 25 in 1947.

Lakeland, Fla., 24, 32 in 1947.

Lynchburg, Va., -10, 1 in 1886.

Macon, Ga., 11, 12 in 1917.

Melbourne, Fla., 29, 31 in 1984.

Meridian, Miss., 8, 18 in 1966. Ties February record.

Miami Beach, Fla., 37, 38 in 1958.

Mobile, Ala., 11, 19 in 1886.

Monroe, La., 16, 21 in 1936.

Montgomery, Ala., 10, 14 in 1886.

Morgantown, W.Va., -2, 1 in 1965.

New Orleans, La., 20, 25 in 1886.

New York City (Kennedy) 7, 8 in 1995.

Newark, N.J., 3, 5 in 1981.

Orlando, Fla., 26, 30 in 1947,.

Paducah, Ky., 5, 7 in 1979.

Palm Beach, Fla., 33, 35 in 1958.

Pensacola, Fla., 15, 20 in 1886.

Pine Bluff, Ark., 13, 15 in 1905.

Richmond, Va., -1, 3 in 1918.

Roanoke, Va., -1, 7 in 1947.

Shreveport, La., 15, 19 in 1917.

Tallahassee, Fla., 16, 19 in 1970.

Tampa, Fla., 25, 27 in 1966.

Tri-Cities Airport, Tenn., -15, zero in 1980. Record low for February.

Washington, D.C. (Dulles) -10, 7 in 1995.

Windsor Locks, Conn., -13, 11 in 1918.