No End in Sight for Hot Dry Weather

No End in Sight for Hot Dry Weather
No End in Sight for Hot Dry Weather

According to the NOAA National Climatic Data Center, a much warmer month of June in the United States than what we typically experience contributed to a record-warm first half of the year and the warmest 12-month period the nation has experienced since record keeping of such statistics began in 1895.

July isn't fairing much better, as Meteorologist Brian Schuknechd with the National Weather Service in Billings says that there have been at least 10 days throughout the month in Sheridan where the high temperature has been at least 90 degrees. He indicated that we can expect higher than average temperatures for awhile.

Wyoming had its driest June on record, with a precipitation total of 0.45 inch, which is 1.27 inches below average.

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