Do you complain when it is too hot and too cold? Well, there are places in Idaho with some pretty dramatic hot and cold average temps and their residents don't want to hear you complain.

Idaho is certainly a state that has four full seasons with major temperature swings though the year. Where are the most dramatic temperatures in the gem state?

A website called Cheapism put together The Coldest and Warmest Cities in Every State "All average annual temperatures are compiled from weather data collected from 1981 to 2010 and reported on Current Results. In the event of a tie for the coldest or warmest city in a particular state, we've featured the city where both the average high and low beat out other cities."

"Warmest: Bruneau, Idaho - A tiny town of fewer than 1,000 people, has the distinction of being the warmest town in Idaho at an average of 68 degrees."

"Coldest: Island Park, Idaho - A city surrounded by the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, has the lowest average annual temp in Idaho, bottoming out at just 24 degrees.

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