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50 Warmest Cities in America

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50. Newport News, Virginia
> Avg. annual temperature: 59.5°F
> Avg. summer temperature: 77.1°F
> Avg. annual precipitation: 48.2 in.
> Total population: 179,582

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49. Cary, North Carolina
> Avg. annual temperature: 59.7°F
> Avg. summer temperature: 76.8°F
> Avg. annual precipitation: 49.6 in.
> Total population: 169,177

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48. Virginia Beach, Virginia
> Avg. annual temperature: 59.8°F
> Avg. summer temperature: 76.8°F
> Avg. annual precipitation: 51.5 in.
> Total population: 450,882

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47. Greensboro, North Carolina
> Avg. annual temperature: 59.8°F
> Avg. summer temperature: 77.3°F
> Avg. annual precipitation: 46.0 in.
> Total population: 294,395

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46. Chesapeake, Virginia
> Avg. annual temperature: 60.4°F
> Avg. summer temperature: 77.7°F
> Avg. annual precipitation: 51.4 in.
> Total population: 242,647

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