July 6, 1936 – Hottest Day On Record Outside Of The Southwest

On July 5, 1936 Steele, North Dakota was 121 degrees – the hottest US temperature on record outside of California, Nevada and Arizona

Twenty-five states were over 100F and seven states were over 110F

ND 121 AZ 116 SD 115 CA 114 MT 112 MN 111 WY 110

IL 108 IN 108 IA 107 CO 106 NE 106 UT 106 MO 105 NV 105 OK 105 AL 104 NM 104
GA  03 WI 103 ID 102 FL 101 SC 101 KS 100 KY 100

07 Jul 1936, Page 1 – Altoona Tribune at Newspapers.com

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1 Response to July 6, 1936 – Hottest Day On Record Outside Of The Southwest

  1. Rah says:

    Truck thermometer touched 104 for a short time and was reading 102 for the rest of the way between Louisville and Indy on I- 65 yesterday.

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