On January 23, 1916, Browning, Montana experienced the greatest temperature drop in a 24 hour period in recorded history. On January 23, the citizens experienced a high, balmy temperature of 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Within 24 hours the temperature had dropped 100 degrees to a mind (and genital) numbing -56 degrees Fahrenheit. It went from shorts and sandals to looking for a polar bear to snuggle with. Jack Frost was nipping at more than your nose on that day, I tell you what.
I question the use of the word "balmy" to describe a temperature of 44 degrees Fahrenheit, although it would certainly be better than -56 degrees. Either way, I suggest doing something to keep warm, such as sharing Twisted-History.