DeSERANNO News

Vol. 10, Issue 10February 2019



FINANCIAL ARTICLES
Online-Only Banks
What are the pros and cons of online-only banks? READ MORE...


FINANCIAL ARTICLES
Shared Traits of Successful People
There are some outlooks that most very successful people share. READ MORE...


LIFESTYLE ARTICLES
Staying Healthy on a Cruise
Getting sick can spoil your cruise -- or worse. Take steps to stay healthy aboard ship. READ MORE...

MONTHLY REMINDER
Coldest U.S. Cities

We are well into winter, and you probably have had enough of the cold. But there are places colder than where you live. According to 24/7 Wall Street, these are the 10 coldest U.S. cities, with the normal low temperature in the coldest month and the coldest ever-recorded temperature:

1. Fairbanks, Alaska: -16.9 degrees, -66 degrees
2. Grand Forks, North Dakota: -3.1 degrees, -43 degrees
3. Williston, North Dakota: 0.1 degrees, -50 degrees
4. Fargo, North Dakota: 0.1 degrees, -39 degrees
5. Duluth, Minnesota: 1.5 degrees, -39 degrees
6. Aberdeen, South Dakota: 1.5 degrees, -46 degrees
7. St. Cloud, Minnesota: 1.8 degrees, -43 degrees
8. Bismark, North Dakota: 2.2 degrees, -44 degrees
9. Marquette, Michigan: 5.2 degrees, -34 degrees
10: Huron, South Dakota: 6.6 degrees. -43 degrees.