July 24, 1936 – The Hottest Day In Nebraska History

The temperature in Minden, Nebraska on July 24, 1936 was 118 degrees. Here are the official USHCN records for the rest of the state.

  ALBION         	 7/24/1936	115
  ALLIANCE 1WNW  	 7/24/1936	101
  ASHLAND NO 2   	 7/24/1936	111
  ATKINSON 3SW   	 7/24/1936	110
  AUBURN 5 ESE   	 7/24/1936	107
  BEAVER CITY    	 7/24/1936	116
  BRIDGEPORT     	 7/24/1936	102
  BROKEN BOW 2 W 	 7/24/1936	111
  CRETE          	 7/24/1936	111
  CURTIS 3NNE    	 7/24/1936	110
  DAVID CITY     	 7/24/1936	111
  FAIRBURY 5S    	 7/24/1936	111
  FAIRMONT       	 7/24/1936	111
  FRANKLIN       	 7/24/1936	116
  GENEVA         	 7/24/1936	113
  GENOA 2 W      	 7/24/1936	116
  GOTHENBURG     	 7/24/1936	110
  HARRISON       	 7/24/1936	99
  HARTINGTON     	 7/24/1936	111
  HASTINGS 4N    	 7/24/1936	116
  HEBRON         	 7/24/1936	110
  HOLDREGE       	 7/24/1936	113
  IMPERIAL       	 7/24/1936	111
  KIMBALL 2NE    	 7/24/1936	101
  LODGEPOLE      	 7/24/1936	105
  LOUP CITY      	 7/24/1936	111
  MADISON        	 7/24/1936	117
  MC COOK        	 7/24/1936	111
  MERRIMAN       	 7/24/1936	103
  MINDEN         	 7/24/1936	118
  NORTH LOUP     	 7/24/1936	103
  OAKDALE        	 7/24/1936	115
  PAWNEE CITY    	 7/24/1936	111
  PURDUM         	 7/24/1936	112
  RED CLOUD      	 7/24/1936	115
  SAINT PAUL 4N  	 7/24/1936	115
  SEWARD         	 7/24/1936	111
  SYRACUSE       	 7/24/1936	110
  TECUMSEH 1S    	 7/24/1936	107
  TEKAMAH        	 7/24/1936	105
  WAKEFIELD      	 7/24/1936	108
  WEEPING WATER  	 7/24/1936	108
  YORK           	 7/24/1936	112

Weather Underground forecasts that it will be 19 degrees cooler this year on July 24 than it was in 1936. The Washington Post’s Andrew Freedman says that temperatures are much hotter now.

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One Response to July 24, 1936 – The Hottest Day In Nebraska History

  1. NavarreAggie says:

    I guess the one cloud in the state was over Harrison 🙂

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