This SHOULD make us feel better. . .today we have balmy 30 Degrees!

Posted by on Jan 31, 2014 in Warwick In History Minutes | 0 comments

“Warwick in History” – It was reported to be twelve degrees below zero at the Borden Plant in Warwick. It was eight degrees below at the Freight House, six degrees below at Schreiber’s, four below at William Bradner’s, and two below at the Ketchum Home.

Old Sol refused to shine with the weather getting colder and colder! Of course, this weather was fine for ice. It was being harvested daily. Think of the nice cold ice cream and goodies next summer! This was on January 31, 1923.