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It was the 11th hottest and 45th wettest July in Washington in records dating back to 1872.
We talk about the “dog days of summer” deep into August thanks to its often-relentless humidity and continued heat after an already hot July.
We continue to trudge our way through a thick, humid air mass this week.
Stuck in the summer heat, what better time to talk about our next winter season?
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