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2017 was a warm year...that broke a lot of records! - KVOA | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona

2017 was a warm year...that broke a lot of records!

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2017 was a record shattering year temperature-wise for the old pueblo. Not only did Tucson experience the hottest average year on record with 73.3 degrees, but June 20 was the 2nd warmest day on record with 116 degrees. Additionally, two warmest monthly records were broken, June and November. While, rain totals were below average, July 2017 became the wettest July month on record. 

The Climate Prediction Center forecasts probabilities for above-average temperatures for the entire 2018 year. 

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