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Andrew Freedman
With the all-time monthly October record falling shortly after 1 pm in D.C., broader look reveals more than 130 million are roasting in mid-July heat on October 2 across much of the U.S.
It’s another steamy summer day across the eastern half of the United States, with historic temperatures anticipated in dozens of locations.
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𝕯eathBecomesMe®💀 Oct 2
Replying to @afreedma @MichaelEMann
Hellish.
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Derek Gendvil Oct 2
Replying to @afreedma @jeffgoodell
At least i'm not booking a trip to the East Coast anytime soon...
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EJ Oct 2
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Paul Pukite 🌏 Oct 2
Replying to @afreedma
Cold in the NW USA means that its part of the Pacific North America pattern
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From Where I Sit Oct 2
Replying to @afreedma @Weather_West
Seattle is yummy right now...crispy and refreshing
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Guy Walton Oct 2
Hi Andrew. Hope that you people will mention some of my longer term surface record count work on this. Thanks!
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Dr. Harambe Macintosh III, PhD Oct 2
Replying to @afreedma @MichaelEMann
Up in MA, I walked outside at 5am and it was a humid 70ish degrees. In October. This is all fucked up
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