You have to go back 65 years to find a July as hot as 2020

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July 2020 is now in the record books tied with 1933 and 1955

We ended the month of July with another 80°F+ temperature. It hit 84°F in Youngstown on Friday.

The month only had one day below 80°F for a high — 79°F on the 13th.

There were nine days with 90°F or higher temperatures.

Not one record high happened during 2020! In order to break a record high in July in Youngstown, you need to reach at least 95°.

The highest temperature was 94°F. That happened on the 9th.

The lowest temperature was 55° on the 14th.

The average high temperature was 86.6°F.

The average low temperature was 63.9°F.

The overall average was 75.3°F. That is the number that tied 2020 with two other years.

July 2020 will go into the record books as having the sixth warmest average temperature in Youngstown. The record will be tied with two other years (1933 and 1955). The average temperature was 75.3°F.

Below is a list of the warmest Julys on record here in Youngstown:

1) 1934 — 77.3°
2) 1931 — 77.2°
3) 1935 — 76.6°
4) 1941 — 75.9°
5) 1949 — 75.6°
6) 2020 — 75.3°
7) 1933 — 75.3°
8) 1955 — 75.3°
9) 1898 — 75.2°
10) 1943 — 75.2°
11) 1936 — 75.0°

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