Brrr! Valentine's Day of 2016 was the coldest in New York City's history

ByMike Waterhouse WABC logo
Monday, February 15, 2016
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Noel Y.C. / Instagram: @nyclovesnyc

CENTRAL PARK, Manhattan (WABC) -- Valentine's Day of 2016 will down as the coldest in New York City's history.

The low temperature Sunday dipped to -1 degree at Central Park in Manhattan, breaking the previous record of 2 degrees set 100 years ago on February 14, 1916.

Take a look at the low temperatures across the Tri-State region:

The coldest spot was Monticello in Sullivan County, New York, where low temps hit -13 degrees.

Sunday was also the first time New York City has dipped below zero in more than 22 years. The last time the city was sub-zero was January 19, 1994.

This photo of a frozen heart sums up the day pretty well:

The good news: The cold isn't sticking around. AccuWeather meteorologists said there will be a snow event Monday night, with temperatures warming up into the 50s this week.

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