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Summer Not As Hot As A Year Ago

It’s been hot lately. But this summer, overall, hasn’t been the scorcher that we were having a year ago. National Weather Service meteorologist Cory Mueller says daily highs in Grass Valley were above normal, from June first through July 31st, for 35 days, compared to 46 a year ago…

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The average daily high for Grass Valley, in July, was 91 degrees, the ninth-highest on record. There were also no record highs, compared to records broken on six days, last year. Meanwhile, Mueller says don’t expect much significant relief in the next week…

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Mueller says smoke from all the north state wildfires has also kept daytime temperatures down more, at times, compared to last summer.

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