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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.

Yesterday's U.S. Extremes
City Station ID Temp.
Death Valley, CA NA 100 °F
La Veta Pass, CO KVTP 118 °F
Yuma MCAS, AZ KNYL 91 °F
Dryden, TX K6R6 90 °F
Mount Carmel, IL KAJG 89 °F
Imperial, CA IPL 89 °F
Centralia, IL KENL 89 °F
Champaign, IL KCMI 88 °F
Marshall, TX KASL 88 °F
Blythe, CA KBLH 88 °F
City Station ID Temp.
Truckee, CA KTRK 23 °F
Truckee-Tahoe, CA KTRK 23 °F
Cook, MN KCQM 26 °F
Crane Lake, MN KCDD 26 °F
West Yellowstone, MT KWYS 26 °F
Hibbing, MN KHIB 26 °F
Redmond, OR KRDM 27 °F
Pellston, MI KPLN 27 °F
International Falls, MN KINL 28 °F
Pine River, MN KPWC 28 °F
City Station ID Wind Gust
Mt. Washington, NH KMWN 78 mph
Amarillo, TX KAMA 64 mph
Melrose Gunnery Range, NM K4MR 54 mph
Jefferson City, MO KJEF 54 mph
Clovis, NM KCVN 53 mph
Coffeyville, KS KCFV 51 mph
Chanute, KS KCNU 50 mph
Guadalupe Pass, TX KGDP 50 mph
Odessa, TX KODO 47 mph
Athens, TX KF44 47 mph
City Station ID Precip.
Wichita Falls, TX KSPS 2.06 in
Lubbock, TX KLBB 1.91 in
Seminole, TX KGNC 1.90 in
Sterling, IL KSQI 1.78 in
Wichita Falls, TX KCWC 1.60 in
Frederick, OK KFDR 1.57 in
North Conway, NH KCWN 1.54 in
Rochelle, IL KRPJ 1.45 in
Fort Sill, OK KFSI 1.36 in
Pampa / Mesa Vista, TX KBPC 1.32 in
City Station ID Heat Index
McAllen, TX KMFE 94 °F
Rockport, TX KRKP 90 °F
Brownsville, TX KBRO 89 °F
Laredo, TX KLRD 89 °F
Victoria, TX KVCT 88 °F
Kingsville NAS, TX KNQI 88 °F
Terrell, TX KTRL 87 °F
Harlingen, TX KHRL 87 °F
Port Isabel, TX KPIL 87 °F
Houston Hull, TX KSGR 87 °F
  • Verified at 09:27 pm ET on May 05, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
City Station ID Wind Chill
Barrow, AK PABR -3 °F
Tin City, AK PATC -3 °F
Atqasuk Edward Burnell Sr, AK PATQ -1 °F
Wainwright, AK PAWI -1 °F
Cape Lisburne, AK PALU 1 °F
Shishmaref, AK PASH 1 °F
Wales, AK PAIW 3 °F
Deadhorse, AK PASC 4 °F
Kivalina, AK PAVL 5 °F
Kuparuk, AK PAKU 6 °F
  • Verified at 09:27 pm ET on May 05, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
Yesterday's World Extremes
City Station ID Temp.
Sibi, Pakistan OPSB 114 °F
Nawabshah, Pakistan OPNH 113 °F
Yelimane, Mali 61235 113 °F
Jacobabad, Pakistan OPJA 112 °F
Rohri, Pakistan 41725 112 °F
In Guezzam, Algeria 60621 112 °F
Bahawalnagar, Pakistan 41678 112 °F
Reggane Airport, Algeria 60645 112 °F
Podor, Senegal GOSP 112 °F
Kairouan, Tunisia DTTK 112 °F
  • Verified at 09:27 pm ET on May 05, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
City Station ID Temp.
Dome A, Antarctica 89577 -100 °F
Concordia, Antarctica 89625 -91 °F
Amundsen-Scott, Antarctica NZSP -74 °F
Kohnen Ep9, Antarctica 89507 -73 °F
Priestley Glacier, Antarctica 89659 -66 °F
Dome Plateau Eagle, Antarctica 89578 -55 °F
Neumayer, Antarctica 89002 -35 °F
Troll, Antarctica 89504 -24 °F
Williams Field, Antarctica NZCM -20 °F
McMurdo, Antarctica 89664 -20 °F
  • Verified at 09:27 pm ET on May 05, 2015.
  • These reports are observations, and are not record events.
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