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70s In July

July 18, 2012, 5:43 AM by Scot Mundt

70s In July
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

So far this month, high temperatures in Sioux Falls are averaging 94 degrees.  That's 10 degrees above average.  The lowest high temperature in Sioux Falls this month is one degree warmer than our warmest climatic average of 84 degrees.

With the hot air in place, we haven't had a high temperature in the 70s this month.  It's the only time in the past 22 years that that's happened.  The city usually sees eight days in July with highs in the 70s or lower.  Until now, the fewest number of highs in the 70s was back in 2007, when it happened just twice.

This year, the dry weather will keep the hot air in place, as it is easier to heat dry ground as compared to moist ground.  We'll probably need rain if we're going to cool off.

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