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When weather observation stations are moved, they typically take on a new name and new identification. This is necessary for ensuring the accuracy and validity of historical records. However, it also can make it difficult to find records for your location, since each city could have multiple stations with different periods of record, in different locations. Record Extremes contains all historical records from the National Climatic Data Center, and are shown on a "station ID" basis. A missing record means that in that station's lifetime, it didn't have the opportunity to record the location's record extreme.

Today's U.S. Extremes
City Station ID Temp.
Death Valley, CA NONE 102 °F
Tampa Knight Airport, FL KTPF 96 °F
Fort Myers, FL KFMY 95 °F
Cross City, FL KCTY 95 °F
Needles, CA KEED 95 °F
Needles, CA EED 95 °F
Bouse, AZ BONA3 94 °F
Naples, FL KAPF 94 °F
Valdosta Regional, GA KVLD 93 °F
Bullhead City, AZ KIFP 93 °F
City Station ID Temp.
Monarch Pass, CO KMYP 26 °F
Monarch Pass, CO KMYP 26 °F
Yellowstone, WY KP60 28 °F
Copper Mountain, CO KCCU 28 °F
Wilkerson Pass, CO K4BM 28 °F
Leadville, CO KLXV 30 °F
Alamosa, CO KALS 31 °F
Stanley, ID KSNT 31 °F
Big Bear City, CA KL35 32 °F
Fort Worth NAS, TX KNFW 32 °F
City Station ID Wind Gust
Abilene, TX KDYS 66 mph
Abilene, TX KDYS 66 mph
Fort Worth, TX KFTW 64 mph
Terrell, TX KTRL 59 mph
Salina, KS KSLN 58 mph
Mount Pleasant, TX KOSA 56 mph
Mt. Washington, NH KMWN 55 mph
Greenville, TX KGVT 53 mph
Oklahoma City, OK KOKC 51 mph
Saginaw, MI KMBS 51 mph
City Station ID Precip.
Austin, TX KATT 5.20 in
Quincy Muni, Quincy, FL, FL K2J9 13.21 in
Austin, TX KATT 5.20 in
Coulter Field, Bryan, TX KCFD 2.73 in
Manor / Austin Executive, TX KEDC 2.60 in
Clarksville, TN KCKV 2.25 in
Giddings, TX KGYB 2.20 in
Horseshoe Bay, TX KDZB 2.19 in
College Station, TX KCLL 2.14 in
Tupelo, MS KTUP 2.11 in
City Station ID Heat Index
McAllen, TX KMFE 108 °F
Alice, TX KALI 106 °F
Kingsville NAS, TX KNQI 104 °F
Harlingen, TX KHRL 104 °F
East Cameron 278, LA KEHC 102 °F
Edinburg, TX KEBG 102 °F
Brownsville, TX KBRO 100 °F
New Iberia, LA KARA 100 °F
Marshall, TX KASL 99 °F
Laredo, TX KLRD 99 °F
  • Verified at 09:35 pm ET on May 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
City Station ID Wind Chill
Monarch Pass, CO KMYP 18 °F
Leadville, CO KLXV 22 °F
Kuparuk, AK PAKU 22 °F
Barrow, AK PABR 23 °F
Deadhorse, AK PASC 23 °F
Alamosa, CO KALS 26 °F
Yellowstone, WY KP60 26 °F
Atqasuk Edward Burnell Sr, AK PATQ 26 °F
Ely, NV KELY 26 °F
Shemya, AK PASY 26 °F
  • Verified at 09:35 pm ET on May 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
Today's World Extremes
City Station ID Temp.
Nawabshah, Pakistan OPNH 119 °F
Jacobabad, Pakistan OPJA 117 °F
Suwaiq, Oman 41272 117 °F
Pad Idan, Pakistan 41746 116 °F
Sukkur, Pakistan OPSK 116 °F
Rohri, Pakistan 41725 115 °F
Agra, India VIAG 115 °F
Jharsuguda, India VEJH 115 °F
Daltonganj, India 42587 115 °F
Kakinada, India 43189 115 °F
  • Verified at 09:35 pm ET on May 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
City Station ID Temp.
Dome A, Antarctica 89577 -97 °F
Amundsen-Scott, Antarctica NZSP -89 °F
Kohnen Ep9, Antarctica 89507 -68 °F
Concordia, Antarctica 89625 -57 °F
Dome Plateau Eagle, Antarctica 89578 -55 °F
Priestley Glacier, Antarctica 89659 -41 °F
Neumayer, Antarctica 89002 -38 °F
Davis 68.58S 77.97E, Antarctica 89571 -36 °F
Zhongshan, Antarctica 89573 -35 °F
Progress (RUS), Antarctica 89574 -33 °F
  • Verified at 09:35 pm ET on May 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
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