Much Of Arkansas Just Completed Their “Coldest July On Record”

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Public Information – NOAA’s National Weather Service

h/t to Andy DC

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8 Responses to Much Of Arkansas Just Completed Their “Coldest July On Record”

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  2. elmvaletown says:

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    stevengoddard posted: ”

    Public Information – NOAA’s National Weather Service”

  3. philjourdan says:

    Gore visiting the clintons old home.

  4. Anto says:

    Not for long!

  5. omanuel says:

    It has been unusually cool here in Missouri, too. But I understand that Piers Corbyn has predicted a very hot August for Great Britain this year.

    Since he does not work for the government, there may be some validity to his prediction.

  6. James the Elder says:

    0.1 degree of change is a record; 2+ is a blowout. Looks like a lot of records around the country got blown away in July. We’re trying in VA for August; 10:19 and it’s 67F and raining. About 8-10F below “normal”.

    • Gail Combs says:

      We beat you at 64 °F in Siler City North Carolina (That is mid state in the piedmont, not in the mountains.)

      In the mountains they are forecasting temps in the 50s.

      • mjc says:

        Here in WV, I’ve pretty much given up on summer and turned on the furnace…we’ve needed it at night all this past week.

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