July 18, 1936 – Hottest Day On Record In The Western US

realclimatescience.com | 7/18/1936 | Staff
Zorra (Posted by) Level 4
There have been 11,500 summer days since 1895. July 18, 1936 was the hottest and the only one which averaged 100 degrees (99.6F) in the western US.

It was also the hottest July 18 across the entire country.

States - Degrees - Kansas - Missouri - Oklahoma

Three states reached 118 degrees (Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma) nine states were over 110 degrees, and twenty seven states were over 100 degrees.

States over 100F (38C) on July 18. 1936.

Denver - Post - Denver - Airport - Degrees

Meanwhile, the Denver Post says the Denver Airport could reach 100 degrees tomorrow,...
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