210: Days between spring snowfall and fall snowfall in NYC
142: Days with snow in the ground in International Falls, in Kris Humphries' home state of Minnesota.
123: Days that the United States hurricane season lasted
109: In Kim Kardashian's home base, L.A., days without measurable rainfall
95: Consecutive days that Yuma, Ariz., hit at least 100 degrees F this summer.
92: Consecutive days Reno, Nev., went without rain this summer
83: Days since abnormal rainfall started in New York City in August
However, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' marriage did last longer than Dallas' 41-day heat wave with temperatures above 100 degrees.
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