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Ken K. in NJ

Fascinating, I never thought about this aspect before. Interesting that December recorded the most of these days. I'm guessing it's because the sun is gradually getting stronger and out longer by January, and that helps to raise the high temperatures by then. Thanks for doing the research.

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