Special Report

How a Normal Summer Feels in Every State

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Hawaii
> Avg. summer temperature: 74.2°F
> Temperature prediction for June: 33% chance of normal temperature
> Avg. monthly summer rainfall: 3.58 in.
> Precipitation prediction for June: 33% chance of normal rainfall
> Hottest month on record: N/A

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Idaho
> Avg. summer temperature: 65.3°F
> Temperature prediction for June: 33% chance of normal temperature
> Avg. monthly summer rainfall: 1.00 in.
> Precipitation prediction for June: 33% chance of normal rainfall
> Hottest month on record: July 2007 (72.0°F)

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Illinois
> Avg. summer temperature: 73.6°F
> Temperature prediction for June: 33% chance of being cooler than normal
> Avg. monthly summer rainfall: 4.00 in.
> Precipitation prediction for June: 33% chance of normal rainfall
> Hottest month on record: July 1936 (82.8°F)

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Indiana
> Avg. summer temperature: 72.7°F
> Temperature prediction for June: 33% chance of normal temperature
> Avg. monthly summer rainfall: 4.09 in.
> Precipitation prediction for June: 33% chance of normal rainfall
> Hottest month on record: July 1936 (80.5°F)

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Iowa
> Avg. summer temperature: 71.6°F
> Temperature prediction for June: 33% chance of being cooler than normal
> Avg. monthly summer rainfall: 4.56 in.
> Precipitation prediction for June: 33% chance of normal rainfall
> Hottest month on record: July 1936 (82.7°F)

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