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NOAA: Summer Temperature Below Average for U.S.
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10 Sep 09 –  NOAA confirms what we already knew: The average June-August 2009 summer temperature for the contiguous United States was below average - the 34th coolest on record. August was also below the long-term average. The analysis is based on records dating back to 1895. 

U.S. Temperature Highlights – Summer  

(Credit: NOAA)

Michigan experienced its fifth, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and South Dakota their seventh, Nebraska its eighth, and Iowa its ninth coolest summer. By contrast, Florida had its fourth warmest summer, while Washington and Texas experienced their eighth and ninth warmest, respectively.

For the 2009 summer, the average temperature of 71.7 degrees F was 0.4 degree F below the 20th Century average. The 2008 average summer temperature was 72.7 degrees F.   

http://www.noaanews.noaa.gov/stories2009/20090910_summerstats.html
Thanks to Benjamin Napier, Charles Patrick and Steven Woodcock for this link

 

  

 

 

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