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I find it immensely difficult to believe that November's weather was so uneventful that there was nothing to write about! there had to have been something worth mentioning.


Ha-ha - believe it! Although 2010 was an eventful year for snowfall and summer heat, the weather took a break in November, with no extremes of cold, warmth, rain or snow. It was a month that just went through the motions.


How was this the hottest summer on record despite two other years having more 90° days than this year and three other years having more lows in the 70s/80s than this year?


I think the best way for you to gain an understanding of how this could happen is to look at the day-by-day temperatures of the summers you mentioned.

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