National Climate Report - August 2015
Summer 100-degree days

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Summer 100-degree days

Below is a map depicting the number of 100-degree days reported across the Lower-48 during the summer period (June 1 - August 31). Each reporting station that had at least one day of 100-degrees or higher is represented with a dot. The dots are interpolated (solid colors), giving an additional representation of the areas that experienced these extreme temperatures.

Total number of stations with at least
1 day that met or exceeded 100°F
1833
Total number of stations with at least 10 days that met or exceeded 100°F585
Population affected by 10 or more 100°F days ˜56 million
Stations with the most number of 100°F days StovePipe Wells, CA
(89 of 92 days)
map depicting record or near-record warn, cold, rainy or d
ry conditions for January through August 2015

Citing This Report

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, State of the Climate: National Climate Report for August 2015, published online September 2015, retrieved on August 25, 2019 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/national/201508/supplemental/page-4.

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