August 11, 1944 – Hottest Day On Record At Burlington, Vermont

On August 11, 1944 twenty-two states were over 100F and every state except North Dakota was above 90F. It was 101F at Burlington, Vermont – the hottest temperature ever recorded there.

AZ 116, CA 116

KS 108, OK 107, UT 107, NV 106, TX 105, NJ 103, IL 102, KY 102, MO 102, NE 102, NY 102, MA 101, OH 101, OR 101, SD 101, VT 101, VA 101, IN 100, MN 100, NH 100

AR 99, ME 99, MI 99, NM 99, PA 99, WV 99, WI 99, WA 98, CT 97, ID 97, LA 97, SC 97, TN 97, CO 96, FL 96, IA 96, MS 96, NC 96, AL 95, GA 95, MD 95, RI 94, WY 93, DE 92, MT 92

The US was pushing back the Germans in France and Russia had hundreds of thousands of Nazis trapped in the Baltic States.

Sandusky Register Star News, Aug 12, 1944, p. 1

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