12 days of no snowfall
Wishing for snow? July 14th marks the first of 12 days in the year that have no recorded snowfall at any climate station in the continental United States.
These next few weeks the U.S. sees the hottest temperatures of the year. We are definitely feeling the heat and we are not alone. Most of the southern United States is currently battling a heatwave. Orange highlighted counties and parishes are currently under a Heat Advisory. The darker pink highlighted counties and parishes are under an Excessive Heat Warning. (As shown in the graphic above.)
The national radar showed all rain on Tuesday. Even along the Minnesota, Canada border! It looks like July 14th will remain snowless for at least another year.
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