|Record High||110°F (43°C)||July 13, 1954 August 3, 2011|
|Lowest Mean||-2.5°F (-19°C)||December 24, 1983 February 1, 1951|
|Max in one calendar day||7.45" (189.23 mm)||September 26, 1996|
The world's coldest temperature record, established on July 21, 1983, is held by the high-altitude weather station of Vostok, Antarctica. On that date, the temperature fell to -128.6 degrees Fahrenheit.... see details ›
North Dakota is the second-coldest state in the U.S. The average temperature in North Dakota is 41.1°F (5°C). In the winter, the average temperatures are around 24°F (-4.4°C), perfect for winter activities such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ice skating, and ice hockey.... see more ›
The coldest temperature recorded in the contiguous U.S. is 70 degrees below zero, measured at Rogers Pass, Montana, on Jan. 20, 1954. The oldest record was set on Jan. 22, 1885 on Mount Washington, New Hampshire, the highest peak in the Northeast, when the thermometer dropped to 50 degrees below zero.... view details ›
The record for the most consecutive 100° days is 15, set back in the scorching summer of 1980! Honestly, that record could be in jeopardy.... view details ›
Average Temperature in Arkansas City
The cool season lasts for 2.9 months, from November 28 to February 24, with an average daily high temperature below 60°F. The coldest month of the year in Arkansas City is January, with an average low of 36°F and high of 53°F.... continue reading ›
|A map showcasing the length of the extensive cold across North America during the week of February 12–19, 2021|
|Formed||February 6, 2021|
|Dissipated||February 22, 2021|
|Lowest temperature||−51.9 °C (−61.4 °F) in Wekweèti, Yukon on February 8|
|Fatalities||At least 331|
At 82 F (28 C) you can lose consciousness. Below 70 F (21 C), you are said to have profound hypothermia and death can occur, Sawka said.... read more ›
June 17, 2022. If you miss winter, think of the poor souls in the coldest city on Earth. Winter temperatures in Oymyakon, Russia, average minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 50 degrees Celsius). The remote village is generally considered the coldest inhabited area on Earth.... read more ›
- North Dakota.
- South Dakota.
According to the NWS analysis, the only three states without snow cover were Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.... see details ›
- Florida. Florida is the hottest state in the U.S., with an average annual temperature of 71.5°F (21.9°C) between 1991 and 2020. ...
- Hawaii. Hawaii is the second-hottest state in the U.S., with an average annual temperature of 70.2°F. ...
- Louisiana. ...
- Texas. ...
- Georgia. ...
- Mississippi. ...
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- Alaska - 28.1°F. Heavy snowfall on a winter day in Anchorage, Alaska. ...
- North Dakota - 41.1°F. ...
- Minnesota - 41.8°F. ...
- Maine - 41.9°F. ...
- Wyoming - 42.3°F. ...
- Montana - 42.6°F. ...
- Vermont - 43.2°F. ...
- Wisconsin - 44°F.
While other states have unbearably cold winters, Alaska reigns supreme as the coldest state in the country. As the largest state, Alaska delivers a range of climates. Unsurprisingly, the extreme northern parts of the state are the coldest.... continue reading ›
Death Valley is famous as the hottest place on earth and driest place in North America. The world record highest air temperature of 134°F (57°C) was recorded at Furnace Creek on July 10, 1913.... see details ›
- Hottest temperature ever recorded: 120 F, Ozark, northwest Arkansas, 8/10/1936.
- Coldest temperature ever recorded: -29 F, Pond, northeast Arkansas, 2/13/1905.
- Hottest city ranked by highest average annual temperature: Texarkana, southwest Arkansas, 64.6 F.
The record there is 115 degrees, a mark that was set in 2011. It also hit 113 twice in 2011 and then also back in 1936. The warmest nights were in the mid-80s, both in 2011 and the 1930s.... read more ›
The hottest temperature recorded was 120 degrees at Ozark (Franklin County) on August 10, 1936.... view details ›
The Farmers Almanac's 2022 – 2023 extended winter forecast for Arkansas calls for a “Chilly near normal precipitation” winter. The forecast is pretty vague, but it basically is saying they expect a cooler than average winter with normal rain/snow amounts.... see details ›
|Arkansas, Arkansas||United States|
|Snowfall||4.0 in.||27.8 in.|
|Precipitation||95.3 days||106.2 days|
|Sunny||217 days||205 days|
|Avg. July High||91.1°||85.8°|
Winter Climatology for Eastern Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas. The winter is the coldest time of the year in Eastern Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas. With high temperatures usually in the mid 40s to lower 50s and overnight lows in the 20s and 30s, the winter months are chilly but bearable.... continue reading ›
January 22, 2022 - To give you a better idea of the coldest time of year, on average, for your area, NCEI has created “Coldest Day of the Year” maps for the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.... see more ›
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July 6 was the coldest morning of 2022 so far.... view details ›
Blood freezing to nearly absolute zero temperature: -272.29 degrees C.... see details ›
Human tissue freezes at around -0.5C. As fluid in our tissues begins to freeze, our cell walls break leading to necrosis, or cell death. We call this frostbite.... continue reading ›
People often point to a study published in 2010 that estimated that a wet-bulb temperature of 35 C – equal to 95 F at 100 percent humidity, or 115 F at 50 percent humidity – would be the upper limit of safety, beyond which the human body can no longer cool itself by evaporating sweat from the surface of the body to ...... continue reading ›
Oymyakon, Russia is widely believed to be the coldest inhabited place on the planet. The town is home to 500 people, who withstand an average winter temperature of minus 58 degrees (minus 50 Celsius).... see more ›
This variety, ranging from tundra to tropical, occurs because the country extends over such a large area north to south. Most of the United States is located in the mid-latitudes, where the climates are moderate. Canada is colder because so much of it lies far north in the higher latitudes.... see details ›
Kazakhstan is the world's largest landlocked country. It is located in Central Asia. Kazakhstan is characterized by a continental climate and so consequently, has a mild summer but a very cold winter that brings subfreezing temperatures in the months of December and January.... see more ›
North Dakota tops the list of coldest states in winter and fall, based on state-wide average temperatures. During spring, Maine is coldest, while in summer it's Wyoming. Some states are among the ten coldest states year round. Consistently cold throughout the year are Maine, Vermont, Montana and Wyoming.... see more ›
Where In The World Has It Never Snowed? The Dry Valleys, Antarctica: Surprisingly, one of the coldest continents (Antarctica) is also home to a place that's never seen snow. Known as the “Dry Valleys,” the region is one of the driest places on Earth and hasn't seen rainfall for an estimated 2 million years.... view details ›
Hawaii – 63.70 inches of rain per year
Hawaii, a US state in Oceania, has the wettest climate in the US, with a mean annual precipitation of 63.70 inches. Hawaii is a group of islands in the central Pacific Ocean part of the Polynesia region.... see more ›
The lowest statewide winter average temperature was 24.2°F in 1918, followed by 24.6°F in 1978, 24.9°F in 1905, 25.0°F in 1977, and 25.5°F in 1899. The record for the lowest temperature in Arkansas is -29°F at Pond in 1905, in northeast Arkansas.... continue reading ›
Below 70 F (21 C), you are said to have profound hypothermia and death can occur, Sawka said.... view details ›
The highest temperature ever recorded in Arkansas was 120 degrees in Ozark on Aug. 10, 1936. The Franklin County town reached a high of 108 degrees Monday, the most recent temperature available from the National Weather Service.... see details ›
There's a catch, though: absolute zero is impossible to reach. The reason has to do with the amount of work necessary to remove heat from a substance, which increases substantially the colder you try to go. To reach zero kelvins, you would require an infinite amount of work.... continue reading ›