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Hottest and Coldest States in the Summer

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46. Wyoming
> Average temperature in the summer: 62.1° F
> Hottest area in the summer: Casper with avg. summer temp. of 67.2° F
> Highest temperature recorded since 1980: 107.0° F in Sheridan

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47. Oregon
> Average temperature in the summer: 62.0° F
> Hottest area in the summer: Medford with avg. summer temp. of 71.5° F
> Highest temperature recorded since 1980: 115.0° F in Medford

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48. Idaho
> Average temperature in the summer: 61.8° F
> Hottest area in the summer: Boise with avg. summer temp. of 72.7° F
> Highest temperature recorded since 1980: 115.0° F in Lewiston

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49. Washington
> Average temperature in the summer: 61.6° F
> Hottest area in the summer: Walla Walla with avg. summer temp. of 71.9° F
> Highest temperature recorded since 1980: 114.0° F in Walla Walla

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50. Alaska
> Average temperature in the summer: 50.5° F
> Hottest area in the summer: Fairbanks with avg. summer temp. of 59.7° F
> Highest temperature recorded since 1980: 97.0° F in Gulkana

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