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The gathering place, Oahu is the third largest island of Hawaii. So Oahu has the two-third population of the whole state Hawaii. Covering the area of 596 Square kilometers, therefore northernmost and one of the biggest islands of Polynesia. There are a lot of things to do in Hawaii Oahu because a great number of visiting and sparkling places...
Who says that you cannot have an eccentric time in Orlando? Despite a large number of world famous Universal theme park and Disney, this area is the home to some interesting things. Orlando has many local restaurants, shops, the interesting museum, magnificent parks, entertaining shows and waterfront attraction and many more things to do in Orlando. Therefore, there is much...
Ok friends, let’s see what are Things to do in Falmouth Jamaica, so I want to discuss some background on the gorgeous place. Falmouth is one main town as well as the capital of the parish of Trelawney in Jamaica, located on the north coast of Jamaica 18 miles east of the Montego Bay. So far known as best...
The biggest city of state Maryland in the United States that is officially known as Constitution of Maryland, composed of the large population of 621,849. It is also one of the biggest states in the United States of America. As talk about Baltimore, it has more income per capita than that of all other cities of the country. When...
Top 10 things to do in South Carolina South Carolina is a popular state in the United States. The state is famous for its subtropical beaches at the shoreline and marshy unique islands. The landscape is found nowhere in the world like this. The United States itself is the best place to visit but some of its states have a...

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Top 10 Hottest States in USA, based on highest and average temperatures SN States Highest Temperature (F) Average Temperature (F) Annual Rainfall (inches) 1 Florida 109 67.6-70 49.91 2 Hawaii 98 79-83 8 3 Louisiana 114 69.55-72 63.45 4 Texas 120 69.4-71 16 to 32 5 Georgia 112 62.55-63.5 45 6 Mississippi 115 64.55-68 54.16 7 Alabama 112 65-67 53.05 8 South Carolina 111 63.8-70.04 44.29 9 Arkansas 120 62.7-64 49.57 10 Arizona 128 70-72 12 11 Oklahoma 120 60.5-62.5 36.46 12 California 134 60-70.5 18.52 13 North Carolina 110 58.8-60.8 41.63 14 Tennessee 113 62-64 53.67 15 Kentucky 114 53.4-54.5 43.59 16 Delaware 110 56-57 46.1 17 Virginia 110 58-59 43.32 18 Missouri 118 55.25-56 43.11 19 Kansas 121 55.05-56 36.49 20 Maryland 109 58-59 40.72 Also SeeHottest Cities...

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