Eight years ago we experienced some of the hottest air on record in north Alabama. Our sixteen day average from June 23 to July 8 was 100.8°F. We hit 106°F in June 29 and 105°F on June 30 and July 1 respectively.
Here are some of my facebook memories from 2012!
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Why so hot? We had a dominate upper ridge across the southeast at this time. There was nothing to break it down to cool us off or bring rain. Nashville even hit 107°. It’s just a friendly reminder on how hot it can get around here in the summer. Historically, the hottest part of the summer is late July into early August.
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