You probably never thought Alaska and Hawaii would be tied for anything weather-related, let alone temperature. But it’s true; on June 27th 1915, Alaska reached its highest recorded temperature of 100 F in Fort Yukon, while Hawaii did in Pahala on April 27th 1931; tying them as the states with the lowest high temperature.
Coincidently, Alaska also achieved its lowest temperature of -80 F in the same interior region. Hawaii’s all-time low temperature was observed in May 1979 on the submit of Mauna Kea. Ironically, Hawaii is also the only state to have never recorded sub-zero Fahrenheit temperatures.