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also in 2018, the low of 70° was the third earliest date on record for a low in the 70s. the only two years with an earlier date for this occurrence are 1976 (4/18) and 2002 (4/17). this came one year after the latest date ever for a 70°+ low was established (on 10/09).


And to think that in April of this year we had only three days with highs of 70 or warmer - the fewest since 2000.


I saw on your twitter account an early 90° day doesn't always precede a torrid summer, but how often does an early low temperature of 70°+ precede a torrid summer?

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