It's been 100 years since the hottest day on record in the U.S., when temperatures reached 134º F in Death Valley, Calif., but another major U.S. heat record was broken in 2012. Last year was the war...
mest on record for the continental U.S., according to NOAA, with average temperatures reaching 55.3º F. A full degree warmer than the previous record set in 1998, 2012's average temperature was also 3.2ºF warmer than the 20th century U.S. average.
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