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DIRECTIONS: Study Presidential Inaugural Weather to learn some fascinating facts about the weather conditions on U.S. presidential inaugural days. Write the word, words, or numbers that correctly finish each sentence below.

  1. The warmest January inauguration happened in __________.
    The noon temperature for the warmest January inauguration was __________ degrees Fahrenheit.

  2. The coldest January inauguration happened in __________.
    The noon temperature for the coldest January inauguration was __________ degrees Fahrenheit.

  3. The same president was inaugurated on both the warmest and coldest January inauguration days.
    He was _______________________________________________________________.

  4. The worst weather for an inauguration day occurred for President William Howard Taft in __________.
    Nearly __________ inches of snow fell on Washington, D.C.

  5. A record amount of _______________ fell on President Franklin D. Roosevelt's second inauguration day, in 1937.

  6. The temperature was 89 degrees Fahrenheit for President ___________________________'s inauguration.
    The ceremony took place on ________________________________.

  7. The coldest March inauguration occurred in __________.
    The noon temperature was_____________ degrees Fahrenheit.
    It was the second inauguration for President ______________________________________________________.

  8. The noon temperature for George Washington's first inauguration, in March of 1793,
    is believed to have been __________ degrees Fahrenheit.

  9. President Benjamin Harrison took the Oath of Office under an ________________________ in 1889.

  10. The temperature for the 1917 and 1921 inaugurations was __________ degrees Fahrenheit.

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