July was New Jersey’s 2nd-hottest month ever

NorthJersey: That steamy July you just sweltered through not only served up the hottest individual day on record in New Jersey, it was also the second-warmest month ever recorded, dating to 1895. New Jersey's average July temperature was 78.8 degrees, knocking last July into third place. This July ranks behind only July 1955 on the list of the state's hottest months. And the higher-than-average tempera­tures are not an anomaly -- they are becom­ing the norm here, no matter what time of year. Ten of......

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