National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Heavy rain and higher elevation snow continue for the Northwest, fire danger continues in Southern California

A series of Pacific storms will bring strong winds, heavy rain, and mountain snow to the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies through Sunday. Heavy rainfall and flooding is possible from the Mississippi Valley to the Deep South and Southeast U.S. this weekend and into early next week. Dry winds will prolong the fire weather threat for Southern California for several days. Read More >

Tremendous heat was experienced across the region on this date in 1936. Many of these temperatures are the hottest ever recorded.

SOUTH DAKOTA


118 DEGREES AT MARION
117 DEGREES AT MENNO
116 DEGREES AT YANKTON
115 DEGREES AT CANTON
115 DEGREES AT TYNDALL
115 DEGREES AT WAGNER
114 DEGREES AT ALEXANDIA
114 DEGREES AT VERMILLION
113 DEGREES AT ARMOUR
113 DEGREES AT CENTERVILLE
113 DEGREES AT FORESTBURG
113 DEGREES AT MITCHELL
113 DEGREES AT WENTWORTH
112 DEGREES AT WHITE LAKE
110 DEGREES AT ACADEMY
110 DEGREES AT DE SMET
110 DEGREES AT FLANDREAU
110 DEGREES AT GREGORY
110 DEGREES AT HOWARD
110 DEGREES AT SIOUX FALLS
107 DEGREES AT BROOKINGS

NORTHWEST IOWA

 

113 DEGREES AT SPENCER
111 DEGREES AT LE MARS
111 DEGREES AT ROCK RAPIDS
111 DEGREES AT SIOUX CITY
110 DEGREES AT ALTON
110 DEGREES AT SANBORN
109 DEGREES AT SIOUX CENTER
108 DEGREES AT CHEROKEE
108 DEGREES AT SHELDON
108 DEGREES AT SIBLEY
107 DEGREES AT LAKE PARK
107 DEGREES AT STORM LAKE

SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA

 

107 DEGREES AT TRACY
107 DEGREES AT PIPESTONE
105 DEGREES AT MARSHALL

 

NORTHEAST NEBRASKA

 

115 DEGREES AT WAKEFIELD