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Old 01-18-2014, 09:11 PM
 
Location: Northville, MI
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Central NJ could record 50-70 F any month of the year.
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Old 01-18-2014, 10:39 PM
 
Location: Seattle, Washington
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I guess I just don't understand the question.
I will try explaining it again:

In Seattle, August holds the year's highest (monthly) record low at 46 degrees.
January and December tie for holding the year's lowest (monthly) record high at 64 degrees.
Therefore, any given month of the year has potential for recording a temperature in the 46 to 64 degree range. Anything outside of that range would not be possible to record in any given month of the year as 65 or higher has never been recorded in either January or December, and 45 or lower has never been recorded in August.

Hope it makes more sense now!

EDIT to say: I suppose there is technically potential for new records in future years to change what this range is, but CURRENTLY (as in what we have on record) this is the range of possible temperatures that can be recorded in any given month of the year.
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Old 01-18-2014, 11:31 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles
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in august

as low as 60

as high as 120
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Old 01-19-2014, 04:47 AM
 
Location: Portsmouth, UK
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For Malta (Balzan):

Highest Monthly Record Low: 18.0C (August)
Lowest Monthly Record High: 22.2C (January)
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Old 01-19-2014, 05:48 AM
 
Location: Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy (44°0 N)
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For Rimini airport: 10.1-20.0°C (50-68 F)
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Old 01-19-2014, 07:00 AM
 
Location: South Jersey
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How about places that don't have this temperature range at all? Yakutsk, Russia, with a record low of 29F in July and a record high of 22F in January would be one such climate. Eureka, Nunavut is an even more extreme example. Record high of 18F in March and low of 28F in July. Ulan Bator, Mongolia comes close... its range would be only 26-28F. Maybe Turpan, China would have no range as well, but record temps aren't listed here and the link Wikipedia gives as the source isn't working for me.
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Old 01-19-2014, 07:31 AM
 
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Where I live now the climate is moderate atlantic, it lowest recorded minimum temperature in july is 7 degrees Celsius, the highest in january (the coldest month) is 16 degrees celsius. Now we're experiencing unusually high temperatures for january, yesterday it was 15 degrees celsius and at night not colder than 10.

Where I come from, in Siberia, the highest recorded temperature in janurary is 3 degrees celsius, the lowest recorded in july also 3 degrees celsius. However summers are usually hot, around 25-30 degrees with a high humidity (lots of flies and mosquitos). Winters are usually extreme, around minus 15 on average, sometimes dropping to minus 40.
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Old 01-19-2014, 07:37 AM
 
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How about places that don't have this temperature range at all? Yakutsk, Russia, with a record low of 29F in July and a record high of 22F in January would be one such climate. Eureka, Nunavut is an even more extreme example. Record high of 18F in March and low of 28F in July. Ulan Bator, Mongolia comes close... its range would be only 26-28F. Maybe Turpan, China would have no range as well, but record temps aren't listed here and the link Wikipedia gives as the source isn't working for me.
Yakutsk is usually extremely cold during winter, and has hot summers.

However the Russian climate is funny. Sometimes winters can be mild (altough rarily in places such as Yakutsk) and suddenly summers can get cold periods (usually a few days) when temperatures can easily drop 20 degrees celsius.
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Old 01-19-2014, 07:56 AM
 
Location: South Jersey
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Yakutsk is usually extremely cold during winter, and has hot summers.

However the Russian climate is funny. Sometimes winters can be mild (altough rarily in places such as Yakutsk) and suddenly summers can get cold periods (usually a few days) when temperatures can easily drop 20 degrees celsius.
It seems like Russia is prone to stabler weather patterns. In other words, it could stay cold or warm for longer periods of time before switching to a different pattern. So it means heat can stick around for a long time (as it did in the 2010 Russian heatwave), as can cold, like January-Februrary 2012. North America, of course, gets similar extremes, but the weather patterns tend to change much faster.
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:44 AM
 
Location: HERE
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San Jose's July average overnight lows are about the same as January's average daytime highs so we have a lot of overlapping numbers between our summers and our winters. We've recorded overnight lows as low as 45 F in July and August and daytime highs as high as 80 F in January so I'd say we can experience 45-80 anytime of the year.
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