August 12, 2022
Source: The Pulse
It’s been another hot summer for the Northern Hemisphere, the U.S., and in North Carolina.
According to the North Carolina State Climate Office, it was the driest June in over three decades.
In July – which is climate-wise the state’s hottest month – high pressure over the Southeast pushed temperatures to 102 in Raleigh on July 6 and 7, to tie a record high on both days.
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