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July 07, 2010

Record Temperatures - Tuesday

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The East Coast heat wave toppled more record high temperatures Tuesday.  With overnight lows only dropping into the 80s this morning, today should be even hotter.

Record High Temperatures:
101° (old, 100 in 1999) - Allentown, PA
102° (old, 99 in 1999) - Atlantic City, NJ
105° (old, 101 in 1999) - Baltimore, MD
94° (old, 92 in 1989) - Blacksburg, VA
95° (old, 94 in 1995) - Burlington, VT
102° (old, 99 in 1990) - Georgetown, DE
101° (old, 99 in 1999) - Islip, NY
94° (old, 93 in 1999) - Mount Pocono, PA
103° (old, 101 in 1999) - New York (Central Park)
101° (old, 99 in 1999) - New York (Kennedy)
103° (old, 101 in 1999) - New York (LaGuardia)
102° (old, 98 in 1999) - Philadelphia, PA
102° (old, 100 in 1999) - Reading, PA
104° (old, 100 in 1999) - Trenton, NJ
103° (old, 98 in 1999) - Wilmington, DE

98° (tied, previously 1999) - Lynchburg, VA
91° (tied, previously 1993) - Montpelier, VT
76° (tied, previously 1995) - Mount Mansfield, VT
94° (tied, previously 1993) - Syracuse, NY

The June gloom spilled into July and intensified around Los Angeles.  A strong sea breeze brought cool and moist air to Southern California.

Record Cold High Temperatures:
73° (old, 76 in 1963) - Burbank
66° (old, 68 in 1968) - *LAX
74° (old, 77 in 1969) - San Gabriel
79° (old, 82 in 1969) - Woodland Hills

67° (tied, previously 1955) - San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly)
67° (tied, previously 1971) - Santa Barbara

*The high temperature of 66° at the Los Angeles Airport tied a record low maximum temperature for any day during the month of July. 

Daily Rainfall Records: 
0.02" (old, 0.00) - Santa Monica Pier
0.02" (old, 0.01 in 2001) - Oxnard
0.02" (old, 0.01 in 2001) - UCLA
 

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