Top 10 Coldest Places in the USA


Back in the 80s and early 90s, movies always portrayed America as a sunny place where people would water their lawns every day. Some places in America, however, aren’t all that green and cheerful, especially in the winter. Seeing how not everybody can afford a beach house in Florida or California, those who choose to live in the northern parts of the United States will sometimes have to endure very cold temperatures in the winter.

Over the next few minutes, we’ll look into the coldest places in America in our quest for the ten coldest cities in the United States. So the next time you complain about the cold weather, make sure to remember that some people have it much worse. Mind you, we only included cities outside Alaska which gets considerably colder during the winter.

10Brooklyn Park, Minnesota – 12.3 F

For those of you who don’t know, Brooklyn Park is the sixth largest city in Minnesota. Located on the west bank of the Mississippi River, Brooklyn Park is home to 47 miles of trails and 67 parks that make it a very popular summer vacation spot. Nicknamed ‘Tree City USA’, this beautiful city turns incredibly cold during the winter. To date, the average temperature in Brooklyn Park is 12.3 F, which is quite cold.