1920: Cold and hot in Russia

- Average summer temperature: 70.2 F (#96 warmest year; 1.6% below 100-year average)

- Maximum summer temperature: 83.1 F (#92 warmest year; 1.5% below 100-year average)

- Minimum summer temperature: 57.3 F (#95 warmest year; 1.8% below 100-year average)

- Precipitation: 9 inches (#18 highest; 8.1% above 100-year average)

If you happened to be born in the western portion of what’s Russia today, you experienced the most out-of-character hot summer temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere in 1920. And if you were born in the easternmost portion of Russia, you experienced the coldest extreme summer temperatures.

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