10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Pensacola, Florida
These are the all-time ten hottest weather temperature days recorded in the city of Pensacola, Florida. The temperature data for Pensacola dates back to 1879. On June 4, 2011, the temperature reached 102 degrees in Pensacola, Florida which is hot enough to make this list.
It can certainly get pretty hot and humid in Pensacola in the summer, which many people do not mind because they can hang out at the beautiful white sand beaches in and around the Florida Panhandle. The all-time hottest temperature ever recorded in Pensacola is 106 degrees which occurred on July 14, 1980. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the state of Florida is 109 degrees, which occurred on June 29, 1931 in Monticello, which just northeast of Tallahassee in the panhandle.
In 2009, the city of Pensacola celebrated its 450th anniversary. People have been visiting and vacationing in the Pensacola area forever, due to the beautiful white beaches along the Gulf of Mexico. If you never seen the beaches down there, it's well worth the trip. The area suffered a blow when the BP oil rig blew up in the Gulf in 2010, but is well on the way to recovery.
10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Pensacola
1. July 14, 1980 - 106 degrees
T-2. August 1, 1986 - 104 degrees
T-2. July 13, 1980 - 104 degrees
T-4. July 18, 2000 - 103 degrees
T-4. July 12, 1980 - 103 degrees
T-4. August 30, 1951 - 103 degrees
T-4. August 5, 1987 - 103 degrees
T-4. July 12, 1901 - 103 degrees
T-9. June 4, 2011 - 102 degrees
T-6. June 23, 2009 - 102 degrees
It's been 102 degrees in Pensacola many times, but I've just listed the last four occurrences.
The hottest month of the year in Pensacola is July, which has an average daily temperature of 82.5 degrees, followed closely by August at 82.1 degrees. The next hottest month in Pensacola is June at 80.7 degrees, followed by September at 78.6 degrees.