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did you know the warmest & coldest readings this May (92° & 44°) almost matched last May's (92° & 43°)?

Harry Mandel

This site shows that May, 1895 had 5 days in the 80s and May, 1880 had 12, as many as 1991:



Thanks Harry for locating these statistics - much appreciated.


this May was kind of the opposite of two years ago. going from the warmest May without 90° days to one of the coolest Mays with 90° days.

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