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Friday, June 26, 2009

June 2009 - Coldest Since 1913

Arizona. June 2009.

"Meteorologists are reluctant to call a month "nice." They typically do not describe the weather in such subjective terms. Except now, because the data prove it. "It's probably the best June since I've been here, and I've been here most of my life," said the National Weather Service's Valerie Meyers, who is in her late 40s. "It's been really nice." Possibly the nicest June ever. Thursday, however, was the 14th consecutive day to stay below 100 degrees. That's the longest stretch of its kind in any June since 1913."

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