Minus – 1.6 C (Below freezing at almost sea level).
4 July 2019 – At the former air base in Twente, the temperature dropped to -1.6 C this morning – a record low for the entire month of July, according to Weerplaza.
Dutch meteorologists began taking temperature measurements at a height of 10 cm above the surface in 1971. This is only the seventh time since then that there has been frost in the Netherlands in July. The most recent being on 9 and 10 July 2015, and before that on July 1st, 1984.
Thanks to Daniel Lemmers in Montréal for this link
“By the way, this -1.6 is an ALL TIME July low record,” says Daniel. “A new ice age is coming.”