The Southeast, South and Central regions experienced their second, fifth and seventh warmest June on record, respectively. Only the Northwest averaged a temperature below normal for June.Record-warm June temperatures occurred in Delaware, New Jersey and North Carolina each had average temperatures between 5 and 6 degrees F above the long-term mean. Seventeen other states had temperatures that ranked among their 10 warmest for June. Only Oregon and Washington had below normal average temperatures for June.Halfway through 2010, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Rhode Island have experienced their warmest January-June period on record Eight other states in the Northeast and Great Lakes areas had a top-10 warm January-June period In contrast, Florida has observed its seventh-coolest year-to-date on record.
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