What’s the snowiest day of the year?
The biggest one-day snowfall for the entire United States is five feet three inches (1.6 metres) that arrived at Georgetown, Colorado on December 12, 1913.
Record US Snowfalls For One Day.
|Date||Dec 4, 1913|
Which month is usually the coldest?
For the Northern Hemisphere, the months of January and February are typically the coldest. The reason is due to cumulative cooling and a relatively low sun angle.
Does it snow in Egypt?
It usually snows on the Sinai mountains, but it almost never snows in the cities of Giza, Cairo, and Alexandria. For example, in December 2013, Cairo received a single overnight snowfall for the first time since 1901.
Which month is very hot?
|Winter||December to January||Very Cool|
|Spring||Feburary to March||Sunny and pleasant.|
|Summer||April to June||Hot|
|Monsoon||July to Mid-September||Wet, hot and humid|
When was the day the hottest?
On July 10, 1913 in Death Valley, the United States experiences the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. Measurements showed that the temperature had reached a whopping 134°F or 56.7°C.