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Our Severe Weather Package

Utilizing the resources of weather.com we present the forecasts for a portfolio of typically very hot and typically very cold locations.   This provides a quick look at some of North America's predictably severe weather.   We include: 

COLD-- Barrow, Nome and Prudhoe Bay (Alaska USA), Dawson (Yukon, Canada) and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories, Canada)

HOT-- Barstow, Death Valley, Needles and Victorville (California, USA) and Nellis Air Force Base (Nevada, USA) 

Additional details are obtainable by clicking any location.  

Be sure to check Joeycat's Extreme Weather Center on a regular basis.  Here the weather is always severe. 

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Famous Extreme Temperatures

The hottest North American temperature ever recorded was 134 degrees F (Death Valley, California, USA July 10, 1913).  

The coldest North American temperature ever recorded was -81.4 degrees F (Snag, Yukon, Canada February 3, 1947).  

It is interesting to note that while the 134 degrees at Death Valley is only 2 degrees cooler than the world record (136, El Azizia, Libya September 13, 1922), the Snag bone chiller of -81.4 is almost 50 degrees shy of the -129 world record cold temperature recorded at Vostok, Antarctica (July 21, 1983).  

Source: National Climatic Data Center

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Latest download from the Joeycat weather satellite

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HERE IS YOUR CURRENT EXTREME WEATHER (WEATHER.COM) FOR USA & CANADA

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Joeycat's Extreme Weather Center- Severe weather conditions.  

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Updated 9/18/09

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