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Hawley Lake, White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, Arizona USA
Arizona

Hawley Lake has recorded the lowest temperature in Arizona history, -40°, was recorded on January 7, 1971.The forest around Hawley Lake is some of the wettest part of the state also with ferns and lots of green. The Lake is located on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation a few miles from Show Low, Arizona.

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