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Hottest Ever Recorded
Breakdown by Month

What is the hottest temperature ever recorded in my state?

We've been tracking temperatures for the last 4 years and added data from various sources over the last century. Here's the current hottest temperatures every recorded in the United States, broken down by state.
California is the current record holder with a boiling temperature 134°F in Greenland Ranch. Ouch!

StateLocationRecord High            Date
AlabamaCenterville112 °FSeptember 6, 1925
ArizonaLake Havasu City128 °FJune 29, 1994
ArkansasOzark120 °FAugust 10, 1936
CaliforniaGreenland Ranch134 °FJuly 10, 1913
ColoradoSedgwick
Las Animas
114 °FJuly 11, 1954
July 1, 1933
ConnecticutTorrington
Danbury
106 °FAugust 23, 1916
July 15, 1995
DelawareMillsboro110 °FJuly 21, 1930
FloridaMonticello109 °FJune 29, 1931
GeorgiaLouisville
Greenville 2 NNW
112 °FJuly 24, 1952
August 20, 1983
*HawaiiWaianae, Oahu
Mahukona, Big Island
Kaanapali, Maui
Puunene, Maui
Puunene, Maui
Sea Mountain, Big Island
*98 °FJuly 1915
prior to 1941
prior to 1941
Aug. 19, 1951
July 14, 1957
Sept. 1990
IdahoOrofino118 °FJuly 28, 1934
IllinoisEast St. Louis117 °FJuly 14, 1954
IndianaCollegeville
(South side of Renssalaer)
116 °FJuly 14, 1936
IowaKeokuk No. 2118 °FJuly 20, 1934
KansasFredonia
Alton
121 °FJuly 18, 1936
July 24, 1936
KentuckyGreensburg114 °FJuly 28, 1930
LouisianaPlain Dealing 4W114 °FAugust 10, 1936
MaineNorth Bridgton105 °FJuly 4 & 10, 1911
MarylandBoettcherville
Keedysville
Cumberland
Cumberland
Frederick
109 °FJuly 3, 1898
August 6, 1918
August 6 & 7, 1918
July 10, 1936
July 10, 1936
MassachusettsNew Bedford
Chester
107 °FAugust 2, 1975
MichiganMio
Stanwood
112 °FJuly 13, 1936
MinnesotaBeardsley115 °FJuly 29, 1917
MississippiHolly Springs 2N115 °FJuly 29, 1930
MissouriUnion
Warsaw
118 °FJuly 14, 1954
MontanaGlendive
Medicine Lake
117 °FJuly 20, 1893
July 5, 1937
NebraskaGeneva
Hartington
Minden
118 °FJuly 15, 1934
July 17, 1936
July 24, 1936
NevadaLaughlin125 °FJune 29, 1994
New HampshireNashua106 °FJuly 4, 1911
New JerseyRunyon110 °FJuly 10, 1936
New MexicoWaste Isolation Pilot Plant (nr. Loving)122 °FJune 27, 1994
New YorkTroy108 °FJuly 22, 1926
North CarolinaFayetteville110 °FAugust 21, 1983
North DakotaSteele121 °FJuly 6, 1936
OhioGallipolis (near)113 °FJuly 21, 1934
OklahomaAlva
Altus
Poteau
Altus
Tipton
120 °FJuly 18, 1936
July 19, 1936
August 10, 1936
August 12, 1936
June 27, 1994
*OregonUmatilla*117 °FJuly 27, 1939
PennsylvaniaPhoenixville111 °FJuly 9 & 10, 1936
Rhode IslandProvidence104 °FAugust 2, 1975
South CarolinaBlackville
Calhoun Falls
Camden
111 °FSeptember 4, 1925
September 8, 1925
June 28, 1954
South DakotaGann Valley
Fort Pierre
120 °FJuly 5, 1936
July 15, 2006
TennesseePerryville113 °FJuly 29, 1930
August 9, 1930
TexasSeymour
Monahans
120 °FAugust 12, 1936
June 28, 1994
UtahSt. George117 °FJuly 5, 1985
*VermontVernon*105 °FJuly 4, 1911
VirginiaColumbia
Balcony Falls
110 °FJuly 5 & 7, 1900
July 15, 1954
WashingtonWahluke
Ice Harbor Dam
118 °FJuly 24, 1928
August 5, 1961
West VirginiaMoorefield
Martinsburg
112 °FAugust 4, 1930
July 10, 1936
WisconsinWisconsin Dells114 °FJuly 13, 1936
WyomingBasin
Diversion Dam
115 °FAugust 8, 1983
July 15, 1988
AlaskaFort Yukon100 °FJune 27, 1915
Puerto RicoMona Island104 °FJuly 2, 1996
Virgin IslandsCruz Bay (SJ)
Charlotte Amalie (ST)
Charlotte Amalie (ST)
99 °FJuly 31, 1988
August 4, 1994
June 23, 1996