The hot summer of 1988

June 28th, 2012 at 12:32 pm by under Weather

We have had 7 days (so far) of temperatures at or above ninety degrees.  Yes it’s been hot, but nothing like 1988.  That year was a scorcher.  We had 34 days at or above ninety degrees that summer.  Here is how it breaks down.

  • May: 1 day with a high of 90°
  • June: 14 days with highs at or above 90°.  We hit 98° twice that month.  Longest stretch of consecutive 90° days was 5. 
  • July: 9 days with highs at or above 90°.  We hit 98° three times that month.  Longest stretch of consecutive 90° days was 5. 
  • August: 10 days with highs at or above 90°.  We hit 99° twice that month.  Longest stretch of consecutive 90° days was 4. 

 

 

2 Responses to “The hot summer of 1988”

  1. Tim Pattermann says:

    So what was the winter like after that hot summer? I’m hoping cold!

  2. Brianna Camps says:

    So what is this year’s breakdown by month of days with a high of 90 degrees or higher?

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