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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.
Brownsville, TX KBRO 93 ° F
Brownsville, TX KBRO 93 ° F
Harlingen, TX KHRL 91 ° F
Terrell, TX KTRL 91 ° F
Fort Myers, FL KFMY 91 ° F
Port Isabel, TX KPIL 91 ° F
Ft Pierce, FL KFPR 91 ° F
Austin, TX KATT 90 ° F
Andalusia, AL K79J 90 ° F
Kendall, FL KTMB 90 ° F
City Station ID Temp.
Mt. Washington, NH KMWN 8 ° F
Pellston, MI KPLN 18 ° F
Oscoda, MI KOSC 19 ° F
Leadville, CO KLXV 19 ° F
Cheboygan, MI KSLH 20 ° F
Alpena, MI KAPN 21 ° F
Chippewa, MI KCIU 21 ° F
Rogers City, MI KPZQ 21 ° F
Beaver Island, MI KSJX 21 ° F
Harbor Springs, MI KMGN 22 ° F
City Station ID Wind Gust
Mt. Washington, NH KMWN 74 mph
Fort Irwin/Barstow, Bicycl, CA KBYS 55 mph
Guadalupe Pass, TX KGDP 55 mph
San Antonio, TX KSAT 52 mph
Randolph AFB, TX KRND 51 mph
Mojave, CA KMHV 51 mph
New Orleans Lakefront, LA KNEW 51 mph
Houston, TX KTME 51 mph
Daggett-Barstow, CA KDAG 50 mph
China Lake, CA KNID 47 mph
City Station ID Precip.
Randolph AFB, TX KRND 2.38 in
Randolph AFB, TX KRND 2.38 in
San Antonio, TX KSAT 2.20 in
Bay City, TX KBYY 1.97 in
Aurora, NE KAUH 1.91 in
Savannah, GA KSAV 1.80 in
Columbus AFB, MS KCBM 1.80 in
Gonzales, LA KL38 1.62 in
Gadsden, AL KGAD 1.57 in
Angleton, TX KLBX 1.54 in
City Station ID Heat Index
Brownsville, TX KBRO 102 ° F
Brownsville, TX KBRO 102 ° F
Harlingen, TX KHRL 102 ° F
McAllen, TX KMFE 101 ° F
Port Isabel, TX KPIL 101 ° F
Tampa Macdill AFB, FL KMCF 100 ° F
Homestead AFB, FL KHST 99 ° F
Opa Locka, FL KOPF 99 ° F
Kendall, FL KTMB 98 ° F
Key West NAF, FL KNQX 97 ° F
  • Verified at 03:27 pm ET on April 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
City Station ID Wind Chill
Mt. Washington, NH KMWN -23 ° F
Atqasuk Edward Burnell Sr, AK PATQ -7 ° F
Nuiqsut, AK PAQT -6 ° F
Shishmaref, AK PASH -1 ° F
Wainwright, AK PAWI 2 ° F
Deadhorse, AK PASC 2 ° F
Tin City, AK PATC 3 ° F
Cape Lisburne, AK PALU 3 ° F
Point Hope, AK PAPO 5 ° F
Barrow, AK PABR 5 ° F
  • Verified at 03:27 pm ET on April 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
Today's World Extremes
City Station ID Temp.
Sibi, Pakistan OPSB 116 ° F
Sibi, Pakistan OPSB 116 ° F
Jacobabad, Pakistan OPJA 114 ° F
Turbat New, Pakistan 41738 114 ° F
Nawabshah, Pakistan OPNH 114 ° F
Sukkur, Pakistan OPSK 113 ° F
Pad Idan, Pakistan 41746 113 ° F
Boutilimit, Mauritania GQNB 112 ° F
Kiffa, Mauritania GQNF 112 ° F
Jaisalmer, India 42328 112 ° F
  • Verified at 03:27 pm ET on April 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
City Station ID Temp.
Concordia, Antarctica 89625 -87 ° F
Dome A, Antarctica 89577 -84 ° F
Amundsen-Scott, Antarctica NZSP -64 ° F
Mid Point, Antarctica 89648 -61 ° F
Kohnen Ep9, Antarctica 89507 -49 ° F
Dome Plateau Eagle, Antarctica 89578 -47 ° F
Priestley Glacier, Antarctica 89659 -43 ° F
Stefansson Island, Canada CXSE -16 ° F
Arctic Bay Airfield, Canada CXAT -15 ° F
Aulavik National Park, Canada CWSQ -13 ° F
  • Verified at 03:27 pm ET on April 25, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
Extreme Weather Blogs
The Great California Storm of April 19-23, 1880
By Christopher C. Burt

Could a single big late–season storm have a significant impact on the California drought? A 'Hail Mary' storm event? Normally by this time of the year (April 10th) California would have already received at least 90% of its rainy-season precipitation total and any additional rain or snowfall would have little impact so far as the current drought is concerned. However, back in late April 1880, one of the most intense storms ever to pound the state occurred. Here are the details.

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Bitter and Balmy: Local Highlights from an Astounding February
By Dr. Jeff Masters

This year millions of Americans experienced either the warmest or coldest February for their locations, with records in some cases going back more than 100 years. A number of cities had their coldest average temperature for any month on record—truly stunning in a climate that’s running close to a record-high global air temperature. Meanwhile, February proved to be the warmest winter month ever documented across a huge swath of the West.

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