Greensboro, NC -- The summer of 2013 has been anything but a normal summer in the Triad. Temperatures have been well below normal and the rain has been abundant, to say the least.
In light of all of the abnormally cool weather the Triad has experienced recently the '2 Wants To Know' team was curious of how many 90 degree days the Triad typically experiences in July.
WFMY News 2 Meteorologist Grant Gilmore says that the Triad typically experiences 12 days in July with temperatures at or above 90 degrees. In 2013 July only experienced 5 days with temperatures at or above 90 degrees. The year with the fewest number of 90 degree days in July was in 1984 with only one day.
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