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1955's sixteen 95°+ days (the most such days in one year on record) is pretty amazing considering 1955 had "just" twenty-five 90°+ days (one was in May, the rest were in July and August) while eighteen other years have had more 90°+ days. also amazing is despite the abundance of 95°+ days, 1955 ranks as the thirteenth hottest meteorological summer due to a cool June.

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