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Mulhouse is the chief town of an arrondissement of the Haut-Rhin département, which is itself part of the Alsace region. The city is known for its extremely cold winters (the lowest temperature recorded was −23 °C (−9 °F) on 3 February 1956) and warm summers. The origin and meaning of "Mulhouse" are unknown. It could come from Latin "mollis" ("soft"), or Celtic roots, or from a Germanic root: ""muhl-"", as in Breisach am Rhein; it may also be related to words such as Möhle (German for mill). However, this idea has been rejected by linguists who say that there isn't enough evidence to support this theory . Another theory involves a Celtic root: following the precedents set by , some have interpreted 'as containing a suffix "-ois", but again there does not seem to be much basis for this derivation .