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Think Wyoming weather is extreme? Here are some worldwide records to consider ...

Think Wyoming weather is extreme? Here are some worldwide records to consider ...

(Wyoming) — December brought record highs to Sheridan, as lows in Jackson dipped well under 20 below just weeks ago. Wyoming is pretty extreme — but we are in good company. Here are some of the world's most extreme weather records, according to accuweather.com. Vostok, Antarctica, set the global record for lowest temperature ever recorded on July 21, 1983. That record was -128.5 degrees F. https://www.instagram.com/p/BAKtWAUmh0G/ Furnace Creek in Death Valley, California, set the global record for the highest temperature ever recorded on July 10, 1913. That record was 134 degrees F. https://www.instagram.com/p/BANAr2eqYDs/ The fastest surface wind gust ever recorded outside of a tornado occurred at Barrow Island, Australia, on April 10, 1966, during Cyclone Olivia. That wind registered 253 mph. https://www.instagram.com/p/-YmTMzFoZE/ The largest hailstone in diameter ever measured fell in Vivian, South Dakota, on July 23, 2010. It measured a whopping 8 inches in diameter, with a 18.62 circumference. https://www.instagram.com/p/5hjnjogY_W/ Have great weather shots? Share them with Pitchengine's Community News Streams! *Feature photo: @explorenasa Instagram / Pitchengine Communities* #dally #news