The ten hottest temperature days ever recorded in the city of Fresno dating back to 1887, plus the all-time hottest temperature ever recorded in California.
These are the ten all-time hottest weather temperature days recorded in the city of Fresno, California. The temperature data for Fresno dates back to 1887. As anybody who lives in the city, or who has visited here knows, Fresno can get pretty hot at times.
The hottest temperature ever recorded in Fresno, California is 115 degrees, which occurred on July 8, 1905. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the state of California is 134 degrees, which occurred on July 10, 1913 in Death Valley.
One hundred degree weather days are not uncommon at all in Fresno. The earliest date that a 100 degree weather day occurred in Fresno in any year dating back to 1887 is April 23rd. The latest date that a 100 degree temperature day occurred in any year is October 14th.
Every date in the months of June, July, August and September in Fresno dating back to 1887 have had at least one 100 degree day in a year. In fact, every date from May 11 through October 5th have had at least one 100 degree day in Fresno.
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10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Fresno
1. July 8, 1905 - 115 degrees
T-2. July 27, 1933 - 114 degrees
T-2. July 17, 1925 - 114 degrees
T-2. July 21, 1908 - 114 degrees
T-2. July 30, 1898 - 114 degrees
T-2. July 27, 1898 - 114 degrees
T-2. July 1, 1891 - 114 degrees
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T-8. July 25, 2006 - 113 degrees
T-8. July 24, 2006 - 113 degrees
T-8. July 23, 2006 - 113 degrees
It has been 113 degrees in Fresno on other dates, but just the last three are listed above.
The hottest month of the year in Fresno is July, which has an average daily temperature of 83.0 degrees, followed by August with an average daily temperature of 81.5 degrees. The next hottest month is June at 77.2 degrees, followed by September at 76.2 degrees and May at 70.2 degrees.
About Fresno, California
Fresno is Spanish for ash tree and is located in the San Joaquin Valley of central California, almost the actual geographical center of California. The name comes from all of the ash trees that line the San Joaquin River.
Its location is near many national parks and forests, just 60 miles south of Yosemite National Park and near Sequoia National Park. It is also in an agricultural area with many farms that grow fruits and vegetables for the United States and other countries.
Located in a valley, their winters are rather mild with summers that can get hot, even though many nights can get below freezing during the winter. The normal highs during the summer can exceed 100 degrees F on average 32 days.
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