Is it just me, or has this summer felt like a continuous heatwave?! What is this, Arizona?!

To avoid the risk of heat-related illnesses, the National Weather Service recommends drinking plenty of fluids, staying out of the sun, and checking on relatives and neighbors who may be at risk. If you are able to stay in an air-conditioned space, do it!

When it comes to workers who spend the majority of their day outside (like roofers, post office workers, and Fedex, UPS, or Amazon drivers), be sure to check on their well-being and see if they need a Gatorade! Let's take care of each other!

This got me thinking. What is the hottest weather that New Hampshire has ever experienced?

We know that on Mount Washington, we have experienced record-breaking cold temperatures (-55 °F in 1885), but what about heat? I know we can't touch states like Arizona or California, but I'm sure we've experienced some unpleasant extremes over the years.

According to U.S. state and territory temperature extremes on Wikipedia , it was 106 °F degrees in Nashua on the Fourth of July in 1911.

That is a little too warm for a Fourth of July cookout!  I'm sure everyone stayed inside in the comfort of their AC that year. Wait a second, the first AC wasn't in a house until 1914. Those poor sweaty Granite Staters! 

Thank goodness for air conditioning! Lord knows we need it. What is the hottest day you can remember? Where was it?

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