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Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Chilly August ahead for eastern two-thirds of the US

Cooler temperatures are predicted to span much of the eastern part of the United States throughout the month of August.

The first of several spells of below-average temperatures saw shorts exchanged for sweaters across the east of the country over the weekend, with lows of 60F in Chicago and Green Bay on Friday.

Those overnight lows are expected to persist in lands east of the Rockies for the next two weeks, with daytime highs ranging from the upper 70s to the low 80s, according to



Rebel Without a Clue said...

It's been getting cooler starting in August for nearly 10 years now. That global warming thing is a monster man!

Anonymous said...

Global warming anyone?

Anonymous said...

With only 138 days until Xmas, I too am a bit worried about the recent spat of rainy/cooler weather here on the shore. If this is a preview of the winter of 2017....heating bills will be through the roof and I'll be attending MORE happy hours for warmth and spirits!!!!

3 days until T.G.I.F. - as well as the last day for White Marlin keepers!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

It's easier to get warm than it is to get cool.

Anonymous said...

1:35 Amen to that!!!