Statistics for Geographical records in the USA (elevation, climate and location)

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Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
Southernmost contiguous stateFlorida24°31'15'' N
89%
Easternmost contiguous stateMaine66°56'59'' W
88%
Westernmost contiguous stateWashington126°46'18'' W
85%
Lowest point in the USADeath Valley-282 ft (-86 m)
84%
Highest state (mean elevation)Colorado6,800 ft (2,070 m)
84%
Highest major cityDenver5,279 ft (1,609 m)
82%
Highest point in the USAMcKinley20,236 ft (6,168 m)
79%
Southernmost major cityMiami25°47'16'' N
73%
Northernmost contiguous stateMinnesota49°23'04'' N
72%
Easternmost major cityBoston71°03'49'' W
62%
Northernmost major citySeattle47°36'35'' N
59%
Farthermost state from the seaSouth Dakota1,025 miles (1,650 km)
46%
Lowest state (mean elevation)Delaware60 ft (20 m)
46%
Warmest major city in JanuaryMiami67.2°F (19.6°C)
45%
Westernmost major cityPortland122°40'55'' W
43%
Coldest major city in JanuaryMinneapolis12.5°F (-10.5°C)
41%
Warmest major city in JulyPhoenix94.8°F (34.9°C)
39%
Northernmost city of any sizeBarrow, AK71°17'44'' N
35%
Driest major cityLas Vegas4.19 in (106 mm)
17%
Coldest major city in JulySan Francisco61.3°F (16.3°C)
16%
Rainiest major cityNew Orleans62.45 in (1,586 mm)
13%
Snowiest major cityRochester99.5 in (252.7 cm)
5%

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