NOAA: U.S. Temperature Above Normal in July

August 8, 2008

July 2008 was the 30th warmest July for the contiguous United States, based on records dating back to 1895, according to an analysis by NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. The average July temperature — 74.9 degrees F — was 0.7 degrees above the 20th century mean, based on preliminary data.

U.S. Temperature Highlights

July 2008 Statewide Temperature Ranks.

High resolution (Credit: NOAA)

U.S. Precipitation Highlights

July 2008 Statewide Precipitation Ranks.

High resolution (Credit: NOAA)

Midwest Flooding


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