Hundred-degree highs

  • Updated: July 4, 2012 - 9:32 PM

 

Since 1873, the high temperature at the official Twin Cities measuring site has reached 100 or above on 64 occasions. The most was in 1936, with nine days. The last year with more than one 100-degree temperature was 1988, with four.

Triple digits since 1980:

July 11, 1980 100

July 5, 1982 100

June 8, 1985 102

June 24, 1988 101

July 15, 1988 102

July 31, 1988 105

Aug. 1, 1988 101

July 3, 1990 100

July 13, 1995 101

July 31, 2006 101

June 7, 2011 103

July 4, 2012 101

For all dates since 1883, go to climate.umn.edu/doc/journal/100degreesmsp.htm

Source: Minnesota Climatology Working Group
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