Thought For Today
I just thought that you needed to know all about the hottest and coldest day in these states because most conversation starts with talking about the weather. So now you can tell you’re greater, do you know the coldest day or the hottest days ever recorded and compare the present day temperature and feel comfortable with present day temperature and not complain. You should thank me for spending several hours on researching all this important news worthy items just for you, I am sure that you will remember it for the rest of your life.
I have been just browsing around and found the coldest day recorded in Georgia was – 17 degrees on Jan 27th 1940.
I found that the hottest day recorded in Georgia was 112 degrees on August 20th in 1983
The coldest day recorded in Alabama was –27 degrees on January 30th in 1966
The hottest day recorded in Alabama was 112 degrees on Sept. 5th 1925
The hottest day recorded in Mississippi was 115 degrees on July 29th 1930
The coldest temperature recorded in Mississippi was – 19th degrees January 30th 1966
Coldest and Warmest Days In the United States
As large as it is, the United States has been subject to an incredibly wide range of temperatures. Read on to discover the Coldest Temperatures recorded in United States History, the Coldest Day in Continental United States History, and the Warmest Day recorded in the United States.
Coldest Day In US History: -80 Degrees F. Its no surprise that the coldest temperatures recorded in US history were logged in Alaska. The record came on January 23, 1971, at Prospect Creek. It’s along the oil pipeline.
Coldest Day in Continental US History: -70 F. This was recorded January 20, 1954 at a mining camp in Montana called Rogers Pass.
Warmest Days in US History: 134 F. Recorded at the Greenland Ranch in Death Valley on July 10, 1913. For a time, this also was the warmest recorded temperature in World History. It was surpassed less than ten years later, however, when a temperature of 136 was recorded in the Sahara Desert at Al Azizia, Libya, on Sept. 13, 1922.