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Hottest US States

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These are states with some of the highest temperatures year-round.

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Texas Report Abuse
With 40 days above 100F last year alone, Texas is about as hot as it gets.
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Oklahoma Report Abuse
A hot, hot state.
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Kansas Report Abuse
Flat land uses mostly for agriculture means no shade and plenty of sun.
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Nevada Report Abuse
Being mostly sand means Nevada heats up quickly; it cools down just as fast.
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New Mexico Report Abuse
One of the hottest and also coldest states in the US, depending on the time of year.
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Michigan Report Abuse
Michigan can get pretty hot but the Great Lakes keep it from being excessive.
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South Dakota Report Abuse
The warmer of the two Dakotas.
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Oregon Report Abuse
Being so far north and close to water keeps Oregon from getting too hot; still not too cold.
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Alaska Report Abuse
The coldest US state would obviously rank low on a list of the hottest.
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