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Below-Average Temperatures for Much of U.S. this Summer

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Below-Average Temperatures for Much of U.S. this Summer

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Not only below average, but “much” below average, according to Weather.com. A large part of the central and eastern United States can expect relatively cool conditions during June, July and August, according to the temperature forecast released by The Weather Channel Professional Division on Friday. See map showing which areas are likely to be cooler than average, and which will be warmer: http://www.weather.com/forecast/national/news/summer-temperature-forecast-june-july-august Thanks to Marcus Muraca for this link “Notice how Weather.com blames it on El Nino instead of the reality that the Earth is cooling!” says Marcus. The post Below-Average Temperatures for Much of U.S. this Summer appeared first on Ice Age Now.

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