The thermometer may hit above 80 degrees in the summer but that isn't even close to the heat Nashua, NH, felt in 1911. Yikes.

It was 106 degrees in Nashua in 1911, according to the State Climate Extremes Committee of NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information.

I've experienced 109 degrees in Las Vegas before, and it feels like hairdryers are blowing directly on your skin. After 30 seconds of it, you are begging for relief.

I can't imagine it being the normal temperature of a regular day in 1911. With no A/C to speak of, people must have dumped water on themselves to keep cool.

For more fun weather statistics like these, check out the National Centers for Environmental Information official website on State Climate Extremes.

I may be a little too competitive, but I'm very excited that our hottest temp ever is ONE DEGREE HOTTER than Maine's!

According to the State Climate Extremes Committee of NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information, Maine hit a record 105 degrees on July 4 and 10, 1911.

The SEC states that that record hit twice in the same location: North Bridgton.

All this talk of heat certainly makes me think of snow...

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