Source: KQED

According to the new reports, this year was California’s warmest summer in 122 years.

That includes the months of June to August, with an average summer temperature of 75.5°F at least three degrees above average.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, almost every state in America experienced its warmest summer on average.

NOAA predicts a 60 percent chance that neither La Niña nor el El Niño will happen this winter, as the California drought continues to be perpetuated.

Read full story at: KQED

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California’s Warmest Summer in 122 Years

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