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U.S. States by Most Bipolar Record Temperatures

Inspired by Jarl5's U.S. States by Hottest Recorded Temperature, these are the states with the most extreme differences between their hottest and coldest record temperatures. Colors indicate that a state is a top 10 state by record temp.
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Last updated: August 25, 2021
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°F
High
Low
Avg.
State
°C
High
Low
187.1
117.0
-70.1
23.5
Montana
86.2
47.2
-56.7
182.2
102.2
-80.0
11.1
Alaska
83.4
39.0
-62.2
180.4
120.4
-60.0
30.2
North Dakota
82.4
49.1
-51.1
179.1
134.1
-45.0
44.6
California
81.7
56.7
-42.8
178.9
118.9
-60.0
29.5
Idaho
81.6
48.3
-51.1
178.0
120.0
-58.0
31.0
South Dakota
81.1
48.9
-50.0
178.0
115.0
-63.0
26.0
Wyoming
81.1
46.1
-52.8
176.1
115.0
-61.1
27.0
Colorado
80.1
46.1
-51.7
175.2
125.1
-50.1
37.5
Nevada
79.6
51.7
-45.6
175.0
115.0
-60.0
27.5
Minnesota
79.4
46.1
-51.1
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