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    At 78.2, it is officially the warmest average (not average high, the average temp) temperature in Akron since people kept track of the numbers.

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    July seemed very hot and humid here in eastern Massachusetts and we haven't had much rain. August as started off the same. Will see what happens after the tropical storm passes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldarion Lathria View Post
    Tell me, bilby, are you having a cold July?

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    Nope. Usually it's cold and dry here in July; Warm days but cold overnight (frost is rare, but typically we get lots of nights in the single digits °C).

    This year we have had rain (very unusual in July/August around these parts), and the clouds have meant warmer nights, and slightly cooler days. Only one report of frost out west of Ipswich - usually they get a few frosty days in Ipswich, which is one of the reasons it's considered uninhabitable by Brisbanites.

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