Highest point in the state: Spruce Knob (Pendleton) 4,861 feet.
Lowest point in the state: Harpers Ferry (Jefferson) 240 feet.
Highest recorded temperature: 112 F., Martinsburg, July 10, 1936.
Harpers Ferry is the lowest point in West Virginia. ( Photo courtesy W.Va. Department of Tourism)
Lowest record temperature, -37 F., Lewsiburg, December 30, 1917.
Highest county east of Mississippi,: Pocahontas.
Source: The West Virginia Book of Lists by Gerald Timlinson and Richard C. Weigen