Minnesota ends up being the second on our list, and this is because, while the values may not be the biggest ones overall, among all the states, they are present more often than not. This means that they do get a higher percentage of extreme weather over the year when compared with other states, which ends up giving Minnesota its second place on our list. The score this state got is 68.6, and the extreme temperatures speak for themselves.
At its hottest, Minnesota boasted a temperature of 115°F, with a low of -60°F in the winter months. The difference is pretty big when you look at it, and it can end up causing quite big extremes, especially when you end up looking at the average for each month.