July 7, 1936

On this date in 1936, the average maximum temperature across the US was 93 degrees, and nearly one fourth of the US was above 100 degrees.

The previous day (July 6, 1936) was the hottest day on record at North Dakota (121F) and Minnesota (114F)

7 Jul 1936, 1 – Chicago Tribune at Newspapers.com

These were the state maximum temperatures on July 7, 1936.

California	114
Arizona	        114
North Dakota	113
Illinois	111
Kentucky	110
Indiana	        110
South Dakota	109
Montana	        109
Wisconsin	108
Minnesota	107
Alabama	        107
Iowa	        106
Oklahoma	105
Utah	        104
Missouri	104
Michigan	103
Georgia	        103
Florida	        103
Tennessee	102
Wyoming	        101
Nebraska	101
Kansas	        101
Louisiana	100
Colorado	100
Ohio	         99
Nevada	         99
Mississippi	 99
New York	 98
New Mexico	 98
Arkansas	 98
Texas	         97
Idaho	         96
South Carolina	 95
Virginia	 94
New Jersey	 94
West Virginia	 93
Pennsylvania	 93
New Hampshire	 92
Washington	 91
Vermont	         90
North Carolina	 90
Oregon	         89
Massachusetts	 88
Maryland	 88
Maine	         87
Connecticut	 87
Delaware	 86
Rhode Island	 85
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2 Responses to July 7, 1936

  1. Scissor says:

    It’s supposed to be about 100F here in the Boulder/Denver area on Friday. I bet the global warming fanatics come out and use it as proof (of something).

  2. Steve Keohane says:

    We hit 95° yesterday at 6600′ in west central Colorado, and a chilly 42° this am.

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