New Forecast Shows A Hot Summer For Southeast

Another hot summer has been forecasted for the Southeast by the Climate Prediction Center. The forecast indicates that temperatures during the period of June, July and August will be above normal. Last summer was very hot across eastern North Carolina with temperatures averaging about 2 degrees above normal. It was also a dry summer until Hurricane Irene arrived in late August. Rainfall is expected to be near normal this year and that would help area lawns, farmers and gardeners.


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