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Jun 15, 2022

[Answer] Which state had a record ground temperature reading of 200 degrees Fahrenheit?

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...1. Hawaii 2. Arizona 3. California 4. South Dakota




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California - “It’s hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk!” Well, if you had tried this culinary experiment in California's Death Valley on July 15, 1972, you would have ended up with a well-done egg. An egg is cooked through at 158 degrees Fahrenheit, but the ground surface temperature on that record-setting day was recorded as 201 degrees Fahrenheit at Furnace Creek. Air temperature, which is what the TV meteorologist will give you, is always lower than surface temperature, but it still reached 123 degrees Fahrenheit on this day. The hottest day ever recorded in Death Valley (or anywhere in the world) was July 10, 1913, with an air temperature of 134 degree Fahrenheit. There were some big weather swings in 1913, as this year also saw Death Valley’s lowest temp of 15 degrees Fahrenheit on January 8, 1913.:


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