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ALABAMA
 
Birmingham     -23.3   42.2
Centreville    -21.1   44.4
Huntsville     -23.9   43.9
Mobile         -18.3   40.6
Montgomery     -20.6   41.7
New Market     -32.8   39.4


ALASKA
 
Anchorage      -38.9   30
Barrow         -48.9   26.1
Cold Bay         -25   25.6
Coldfoot       -63.3*          * unofficial, dubious
Dutch Harbor   -15.6   27.2
Fairbanks      -54.4   35.6*   * 37.2C recorded in 1919 is wrong
Fort Yukon     -56.7   36.1*   * a record of 37.8C set in July 1915 is wrong
Richardson             36.7
Bentalit Lodge         36.7
Juneau           -30   32.2
Kodiak         -26.7   30
Nome           -47.8   30
St Paul Island -32.2   18.9
Prospect Creek -62.1
Yakutat        -31.1   31.1
Mt. Mc Kinley  -73.5*          * unofficial
 

ARIZONA
 
Flagstaff      -34.4*  36.1    * -38.3C was also recorded in the city suburbia in 1985
Hawley Lake    -40.6   31.1
Lake Havasu C.  -3.9*  53.3    * suspicious temperatures as low as -12.8C were recorded in the old Parker station
Phoenix         -8.9   50
Tucson         -14.4   47.8*   * questioned
Winslow        -28.3   42.8
Yuma            -5.6*  51.1*   * extremes of -15.0C and 51.7C were recorded in the city suburbia
 
 
ARKANSAS
 
Brook Farm Pond -33.9  
Fort Smith     -26.1   46.1
Little Rock    -24.4   45.6
Texarcana      -22.8   47.2
Ozark          -26.7   48.9*   *  dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Gravette (Pond)-33.9   45.6


CALIFORNIA
 
Bakersfield      -10   47.2
Bishop         -26.1   43.3
Boca           -42.8   39.4
Blue Canyon    -25.6   40
Death Valley    -9.4   53.9*   * 56.7C recorded in 1913 is unreliable
Eureka          -6.7   30.6    
Farallon Islands 3.3   27.2
Fort Bragg      -7.8   35.6
Fresno          -8.3   46.1
Los Angeles Downt.-2.2*  45*   * extremes -7.8C and 48.3C were recorded in other parts of the city
Palm Springs    -7.8   50.6
Red Bluff      -10.6   49.4
Redding         -8.9   47.8
Sacramento      -8.3   46.1
San Diego       -3.9   43.9
San Francisco   -3.9*  39.4    * a dubious -5.6C was also claimed in 1862
San Francisco AP-6.7   41.1
San Jose        -8.3   42.8
Santa Barbara   -6.7   46.1
Santa Maria     -6.7   43.3
Stockton       -10.6   46.1
Truckee        -33.3   38.3
 
 
COLORADO
 
Alamosa        -45.6   35.6
Aspen          -36.1   34.4
Bennett                47.8*   * faulty data, recorded with not proper instruments
Col.Springs    -32.8*  38.3    * an old record of -35.6C was recorded with not proper instruments
Denver         -33.9*  40.6*   * unofficial extremes of -34.4C and 42.2C were also recorded
Durango        -34.4   38.9
Grand Junction -30.6   41.7
Lamar          -34.4   44.4
Las Animas     -35.6   45.6
Maybell        -51.7   38.9
Pueblo           -35   42.8
Sedgwick       -37.2*  45.6    * a dubious -40C was also recorded in January 1912
 

CONNECTICUT
 
Bridgeport     -28.9   39.4
Danbury        -27.8   41.1
Falls Village  -35.6   39.4
Hartford       -32.8   38.9
New Haven      -30.6   38.3
Norfolk        -31.7*  33.9    * a dubious record of -38.3C also recorded in 1943
Torrington             41.1*   * very dubious
Windsor        -36.7*          * unofficial

 
DELAWARE
 
Millsboro      -27.2   41.1*   * 43.3C recorded in 1930 was recorded under not proper conditions
Wilmington     -26.1   41.7*   * very dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments

   
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
 
Washington     -26.1*  41.1    * unofficial temperature of -26.7C was also recorded in January 1835
  

FLORIDA
 
Apalachicola   -12.8   40
Bonifay                41.7
Daytona Beach   -9.4   38.9
De Funiak      -17.8   41.7
Everglades City   -5   37.8
Fort Myers      -4.4   39.4
Gainesville    -14.4   40
Jacksonville   -13.9   40.6
Key West           5   36.1
Lakeland        -6.7   40.6
Melbourne       -8.3   38.9
Miami           -2.8*  37.8    * -3.9C recorded in the southern outskirts in January 1977
Middleburg     -11.1   41.7
Monticello     -16.1   42.8*   * very dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments
Niceville      -15.6   41.7*   * dubious
Orlando         -7.8   39.4
Pensacola        -15   41.1
Tallahassee    -18.9   40.6
Tampa           -7.8   37.2
Vero Beach      -6.1   38.9
West Palm Beach -2.8*  38.3    * -4.4C was also recorded at the old Jupiter-Hypoluxo station in 1894
  
 
GEORGIA
 
Albany         -18.9   41.7
Athens         -23.6   42.8
Atlanta        -22.8   41.1
Augusta          -20   42.8
Columbus       -19.4   41.1
Greenville     -19.4   44.4*   * very dubious
Louisville     -18.9   44.4
Macon          -21.1   42.2
Lake Marvin    -27.2*          * recorded in the  Floyd Co. former CCC Camp F-16
Rome           -22.8   42.8
Savannah       -16.1*  41.1    * unofficial -17.8C was also recorded in February 1835
 
 
HAWAII

French Frigate Sh.12.2 35.6 
Hilo            10.6   34.4
Honolulu         9.4   35
Kahului          8.9   36.1 
Lihue            7.8   32.8
Mauna Kea Obs. -12.8   21.7       
Pahala           8.9   35.6*   * a record of 37.8C is a wrong data caused by a typo error
Waialua          8.3   35.6

 
IDAHO
 
Boise          -33.3   43.9*   * 45.0C was also recorded in a nearby station in July 2002
Island Park Dam-51.1   36.1
Lewiston       -30.6   47.2
Orofino        -33.3   47.8*   * dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Pocatello      -36.1   41.1
Salmon         -38.3   41.1
Sandpoint      -38.3   40
Stanley        -47.8   36.7
 
 
ILLINOIS
 
Cairo          -26.7   42.8
Centralia      -23.9*  46.1*   * dubious, like recorded with not proper instruments
Chicago        -32.8   41.7*   * a dubious 42.8C was also recorded in Midway Airport in 1934
Congerville    -37.8   43.3
East St.Louis  -23.9   47.2*   * very dubious, like recorded with not proper instruments
Greenville     -29.4   46.1
Griggsville    -32.2   46.1
Pana           -31.7   46.1
Peoria         -32.8   45
Quincy           -30   45.6
Rockford       -32.8   44.4
Springfield    -31.1   44.4
Urbana         -31.7   42.8

 
INDIANA
 
Collegeville   -32.8   45*    * a 46.7C recorded in the airport in 1936 was likely taken with not proper instruments
Evansville     -30.6   43.9
Fort Wayne     -31.1   41.1
Indianapolis   -32.8   41.7
New Whiteland  -37.8   38.3
Princeton      -28.9   45
South Bend       -30   42.8
Terre Haute    -31.1   43.3

 
IOWA

Atlantic       -38.3   47.2 
Burlington     -32.8   43.9
Des Moines     -34.4   43.3
Dubuque        -35.6   43.3
Elkader        -43.9   43.9
Keokuk         -32.8   47.8*   * faulty data, recorded under not proper exposure conditions
Logan          -37.2   47.2 
Mason City     -37.2   41.7
Sioux City     -38.3   43.9
Washta         -43.9   41.7
Waterloo       -36.7   44.4


KANSAS
 
Alton            -35   49.4*   * dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Concordia      -36.1   46.7
Dodge City     -32.2   43.9
Fredonia       -29.4   49.4
Goodland       -32.8   43.9
Lebanon          -40   44.4
Topeka         -32.2   45.6
Wichita          -30   45.6
 
 
KENTUCKY

Bowling Green  -29.4   45 
Greensburg     -33.9   45.6
Jackson        -27.8   40
Lexington      -29.4   42.2
Louisville       -30   41.7
Shelbyville    -38.3   44.4
 
 
LOUISIANA
 
Baton Rouge    -16.7   43.3
Lake Charles   -16.1   41.7
Minden         -26.7   44.4
New Orleans    -14.4   40
Plain Dealing  -25.6   45.6
Shreveport     -20.6   43.9
 
 
MAINE
 
Bangor           -40   40
Big Black River-45.3
Caribou        -40.6   35.6
Eastport       -30.6   36.7
North Bridgton   -40   40.6
Portland       -39.4   39.4
Van Buren      -44.4   35

 
MARYLAND

Baltimore      -23.3   41.7*   * a dubious 42.2C was also recorded at the Inner Harbor Station in 2011
Cumberland     -25.6   42.8
Frederick      -29.4   42.8
Keedysville    -32.2   42.8
Oakland          -40   38.3
Salisbury        -25   41.1
 
 
MASSACHUSETTS
 
Boston         -27.8   40
Chester          -40   41.7
New Bedford    -24.4   41.7
Nantucket      -21.1   37.8
Pittsfield     -35.6*  38.3   * -36.1C also recorded in January 1835
Worcester      -31.1   38.9
 
 
MICHIGAN
 
Alpena         -38.3   41.1
Detroit        -31.1   40.6
Escanaba       -34.4   37.8
Flint          -33.3   42.2
Grand Rapids   -31.1   42.2
Houghton         -35   40
Houghton Lake  -44.4   41.7
Lansing        -33.9*  39.4    * -38.3C was also also recorded in East Lansing in February 1868
Luther         -38.3   43.9
Marquette      -36.7   42.2
Mio            -43.9   44.4*   * very dubious, likely taken under not proper conditions
Muskegon       -34.4   37.2
Newaygo Hardy Dam-38.3 43.9
Saginaw        -30.6   43.9
Sault Ste.Marie-38.3   36.7
Stanwood               44.4
Vanderbilt     -46.1   42.2
 
 
MINNESOTA

Beardsley      -40.6   45.8*   * very dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Bemidji        -45.6   41.7
Duluth         -40.6*  41.1    * a dubious -46.7C was recorded in the WB station in 1899
Embarrass      -53.3*          * unofficial
Internat.Falls -43.3*  37.2*   * dubious readings of -48.2C and 39.4C were recorded in the old station
Minneapolis    -40.6   42.2
Moorhead       -44.4   45.6*   * dubious
Rochester      -41.1   42.2
St. Cloud      -41.7   41.7
Tower          -50.8*  38.3    * originally -59.5F (-50.8C) was later rounded to -60F (-51.1C)
 
 
MISSISSIPPI
 
Aberdeen       -26.1   45.6
Corinth        -28.3   43.9
Holly Springs  -24.4   46.1*   * dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Jackson        -20.6   41.7
Meridian       -21.1   41.7
Tupelo         -25.6   42.8
Vicksburg      -18.3   43.3
 
 
MISSOURI
 
Columbia       -32.2   45
Clinton          -35   47.8
Kansas City    -30.6   45.6
Lamar          -33.3   47.8
St.Joseph      -31.7   43.3
St. Louis      -30.6   46.1
Springfield    -33.9   45
Union          -32.2   47.8
Warsaw           -40   47.8
 
 
MONTANA
 
Billings         -45   44.4
Butte          -46.7   37.8
Glasgow        -50.6   45
Glendive       -45.6   47.2*   * very dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Great Falls      -45   41.7
Havre          -49.4   43.9
Helena         -41.1   40.6
Kalispell      -38.9   40.6
Medicine Lake  -50.6   47.2*   * dubious, likely recorded with not proper instruments
Miles City       -45   45
Missoula       -41.1   41.7
Rogers Pass    -56.5   37.8
West Yellowstone-54.4  37.2
 
 
NEBRASKA
 
Bridgeport     -43.9*  43.9    * recorded in the former Camp Clarke Station 
Geneva         -35.6   47.8
Grand Island   -36.7   47.2*   * dubious
Hartington     -38.9   47.8
Lincoln        -36.1   46.1
Minden         -36.1   47.8*   * dubious
Norfolk        -39.4   46.7
North Platte   -37.8   44.4
Omaha          -35.6   45.6
Oshkosh        -43.9   43.9
Scottsbluff    -42.8   43.3
Valentine      -39.4   45.6
 
 
NEVADA

Austin         -37.8   40.6  
Elko           -41.7   42.2
Ely            -37.8   38.3
Las Vegas      -13.3   48.3
Laughlin        -5.6   51.7   
Reno           -28.3   42.2
San Jacinto    -45.6   42.2
Tonopah        -26.1   40
Winnemucca     -38.3   42.8
 
 
NEW HAMPSHIRE
 
Concord        -38.3   38.9
Mt.Washington  -45.6   22.2
Nashua         -37.2   41.1
Pittsburg      -43.3   33.9
 
 
NEW JERSEY
 
Atlantic City  -23.9   41.1
Flemington     -27.8   42.2
Newark         -25.6   42.2
River Vale     -36.7
Runyon         -32.2   43.3*   * dubious, likely recorded under not proper conditions
Somerville     -28.9   42.2
Trenton        -25.6   41.1
 
 
NEW MEXICO
  
Albuquerque    -27.2   41.7
Artesia        -28.9   46.7
Ciniza         -49.4*          * unofficial, dubious
Clayton        -30.6   41.1
Gavilan        -45.6   36.1
Gallup         -36.7   38.3
Lakewood       -28.9   50*     * very dubious, taken with not proper instruments
Ochoa          -21.1   47.8
Orogrande        -25   46.7*   * dubious
Roswell        -33.9   45.6
Santa Fe       -27.8   37.2*   * 38.9C was also recorded at the Airport in 2013
Silver City      -25   41.1
 
 
NEW YORK
  
Albany         -35.6   40
Binghamton     -33.3   39.4 
Buffalo        -29.4   37.2
New York City  -26.1*  41.7   * unofficial -26.7C also recorded in 1780
Old Forge      -46.7   35
Rochester        -30   38.9
Stillwater Res.-46.7   36.1
Syracuse       -32.2   38.9
Troy           -30.6   42.2
 
 
NORTH CAROLINA
 
Albemarle      -21.7   42.8
Asheville      -27.2   38.3
Cape Hatteras  -14.4   36.1
Charlotte      -20.6   40
Fayetteville   -20.6   43.3*   * dubious
Greensboro     -22.2   40.6
Mt.Mitchell    -36.7   27.2*   * a dubious 30.6C was also recorded in July 1925
Raleigh        -22.8   40.6
Wilmington     -17.8   40

 
NORTH DAKOTA
  
Bismarck       -42.8   45.6
Devils Lake    -43.3   44.4
Dickinson      -43.9   45.6
Fargo          -40.6   41.1
Grand Forks    -42.2   42.8
Parshall       -51.1   44.4
Steele         -45.6   49.4*   * dubious
Williston      -45.6   43.3
 
 
OHIO
  
Akron          -31.7   40
Cincinnati     -31.7   42.8
Cleveland      -28.9   40
Columbus       -33.3   41.7
Dayton         -33.3   42.2
Gallipolis     -33.3   45*    * dubious
Milligan       -39.4
Toledo         -28.9   40.6
Youngstown     -30.6   39.4
 
 
OKLAHOMA

Altus          -24.4   48.9
Alva           -27.2   48.9
Guthrie        -32.8   46.7
Nowata           -35   47.8
Oklahoma City  -27.2   45
Poteau         -26.7   48.9
Tipton         -28.3   48.9*   * very dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments 
Tulsa          -26.7   46.1
Vinita         -32.8   47.8*   * very dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments
Watts          -32.8   45.6
 
 
OREGON
  
Astoria        -15.6   40
Bandon         -13.3   37.8
Bend           -32.2   40
Burns          -35.6   41.7
Eugene         -24.4   42.2
Medford        -23.3   46.1
Pelton Dam     -26.1   47.2
Pendleton      -34.4   45.6*   * 48.3C in August 1898 is a faulty data
Portland       -19.4   41.7*   * 43.3C also recorded in the city's suburbia in 1935
Prineville     -37.2   40.6*   * 48.3C  in July 1898 is a faulty data
Roseburg       -21.1   42.8
Salem          -24.4   42.2 
Seneca         -47.8   40
Ukiah          -47.8   43.3
Umatilla       -32.8   47.2
 

PENNSYLVANIA
  
Allentown      -26.1   40.6
Bellefonte     -30.6   42.2
Carlisle       -27.8   42.2
Claysville     -32.8   42.2
Erie           -27.8   37.8
Everett        -32.8   42.2
Farrell Sharon -30.6   42.2
Harrisburg       -30   41.7
Marcus Hook    -24.4   42.2
Philadelphia   -24.4   41.7
Phoenixville   -28.3   43.9*   * dubious, likely recorded under not proper conditions
Pittsburgh     -32.2   39.4
Smethport      -41.1   36.7
Wilkes Barre   -29.4   39.4
Williamsport   -28.9   41.1
 
 
RHODE ISLAND
 
Block Island   -23.3   35
Greene         -31.7*         * questioned 
Kingston       -30.6   37.8
Providence     -32.2   40.6
Wood River Junc.-33.3*        * unofficial, likely taken with not proper exposure conditions
 
 
SOUTH CAROLINA

Blackville     -19.4   43.9 
Calhoun Falls  -18.9   43.9
Camden         -19.4   43.9
Charleston     -16.7*  40.6   * unofficial -17.8C also reported in the same month February 1835 
Columbia       -18.9   45
Eutawville     -19.4   43.9
Florence       -18.3   42.2
Greenville     -23.9   41.7
Hogback Mount. -30
Johnston       -18.9   45

 
SOUTH DAKOTA
  
Aberdeen       -43.9   46.1
Fort Pierre    -43.9   48.9
Gann Valley    -42.2   48.9*   * dubious
Huron          -41.7   44.4
Mc Intosh        -50   45.6
Pierre           -40   47.2
Rapid City     -36.7   43.9
Rochford       -51.1*          * unofficial
Sioux Falls    -41.1   43.3
Usta             -45   48.9*   * questioned, likely recorded with not proper instruments

 
TENNESSEE
 
Bristol        -29.4   39.4
Chattanooga    -23.3   41.7
Knoxville      -31.1   40.6
Memphis          -25   42.2
Mountain City  -35.6   35
Nashville      -27.2   42.8
Perryville     -28.9   45
 
 
TEXAS
  
Abilene        -22.8   43.9
Amarillo       -26.7   43.9
Austin         -20.6   44.4
Brownsville    -11.1   41.1
Corpus Christi -11.7   42.8
Dallas         -23.3   46.1*   * questioned
Del Rio        -12.2   44.4
El Paso        -22.2   45.6
Forth Worth    -22.2   45
Galveston      -13.3   40
Great Bend NP  -19.4   40.6
Houston          -15   43.3*   * 43.9C was also recorded in other nearby stations
Laredo           -15   46.1
Lubbock        -27.2   45.6
Midland        -24.4   46.7
Monahans       -22.8   48.9
Port Arthur    -11.7   42.2
San Angelo       -20   43.9
San Antonio    -17.8   45
Seminole       -30.6   45.6
Seymour        -25.6   48.9
Tulia          -30.6   43.3
Victoria       -12.8   43.9
Waco           -20.6   44.4
Wichita Falls  -24.4   47.2 
 
 
UTAH
 
Blanding       -30.6   40*     * old records in 1905 were recorded under bad exposure conditions
Milford        -37.2   41.7
Peter's Sink   -56.3*          * originally -69.3F (-56.3C) was later rounded to -69F (-56.1C)
Saint George   -23.9   47.2
Salt Lake City -34.4   41.7
Strawberry Tunnel-45.6 32.2*   * recorded in the nearby East Station
Wendover       -28.3   41.7*   * 44.4C in July 1939 is likely incorrect
 
 
VERMONT

Bellows Falls  -37.2   38.9 
Bloomfield     -45.6   37.2
Burlington     -35.6   38.3
Cavendish      -41.1   38.9*   * dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments
Cornwall       -35.6   40*     * dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments
Vernon         -36.7   40.6*   * dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments
Woodstock      -41.7   42.2*   * faulty data, taken with not proper instruments
 

VIRGINIA
 
Balcony Falls  -17.8   43.3*   * dubious
Catawba        -22.8   38.9*   * a claimed record of 43.3C in 1932 is a wrong data
Colonial Beach -21.1   42.8
Columbia       -26.1   43.3*   * very dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments
Dulles Int. AP -27.8   40.6
Lincoln        -26.1   42.8
Lynchburg      -23.3   41.1
Mount Lake     -34.4   31.1
Norfolk        -19.4   40.6
R. Reagan In AP-20.6   40.6
Roanoke        -24.4   41.1
Richmond         -25   41.7    * unofficial and dubious -27.2C also recorded in another station
Williamsburg AP-21.7   42.8*   * dubious
Woodstock      -30.6   42.8

 
WASHINGTON
 
Bellingham       -20   36.1
Ice Harbor Dam -25.6   47.8
Mazama         -44.4   39.4
Olympia        -22.2   40
Omak           -32.2   45.6
Seattle        -17.8*  40.6   * an unofficial -18.9C was also recorded in January 1862
Spokane        -34.4   42.8
Tattoosh Island-14.4   31.1
Walla Walla    -33.9   45.6
Winthrop       -44.4   41.1
Yakima         -31.7   43.9
 
  
WEST VIRGINIA
  
Beckley        -30.6   37.8
Charleston     -31.1   42.2
Elkins         -33.3   37.2
Huntington     -31.1   42.2
Lake Lynn      -26.7   44.4*   * dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments  
Lewisburg      -38.3   38.9
Martinsburg    -28.3   44.4*   * dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments  
Moorefield     -32.8   44.4*   * dubious, likely taken with not proper instruments  
Parkersburg    -32.8   41.1
Wheeling       -27.8   43.3*   * dubious
 
 
WISCONSIN
  
Bayfield       -36.7   40
Couderay       -48.3   38.9
Danbury        -48.3   42.2
Eau Claire     -42.8   43.9
Green Bay      -37.8   40
La Crosse      -41.7   42.2
Madison        -38.3   41.7
Milwaukee      -34.4   42.2
Wasau            -40   41.7
Wisconsin Dells-41.7   45.6*   * dubious
 
 
WYOMING
 
Basin          -46.1   42.8*   * a record of 46.1C in August 1983 is likely incorrect
Casper         -40.6   42.8
Cheyenne       -38.9   37.8
Colony         -39.4   44.4
Jackson        -46.7   36.1
Lander           -40   38.9
Moran          -52.8   33.9
Redbird        -43.9   44.4
Sheridan       -42.8   42.8
Spencer        -41.1   44.4*   * dubious
 
 
 
Other Territories
 
PUERTO RICO
 
San Juan        15.6   36.7
Ponce           11.7   37.8
Aibonito         4.4   34.4
Adjuntas Subst.  4.4   33.9   
 

US VIRGIN ISLANDS
 
Saint Thomas AP 17.2   34.4
Catherineberg   15.6   35.6
Annaly (St Croix)16.1  35

 
NORTHERN MARIANAS
 
Saipan          16.7   35


GUAM
 
Agana Airport   18.3   35
Guam WSMO       12.2*  34.1   * very dubious,likely taken with not proper instruments
Guam Mariana Is.  16*  33.3   * very dubious,likely taken with not proper instruments
Guam WFO        17.2*         * very dubious,likely taken with not proper instruments


AMERICAN SAMOA
 
Pago Pago AP    17.2   35.6
 

PACIFIC ISLANDS

Johnston Island 16.7   34.4*  * dubious 35.0C also recorded in 7 occasions
Midway Island    7.2*  33.3   * suspicious
Palmyra Atoll   18.3   32.2
Wake Island     15.6   35


GUANTANAMO BAY  13.9   37.8



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