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Old 24 April 2018, 02:14 PM
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Icon81 Farmer's Almanac predicts hazy, hot, humid and wet summer for DC area

https://wtop.com/local/2018/04/farme...st-for-region/

Other than the predicted rainfall, what else is new? It's the DC area--we have beastly hot summers.

Thanks for the long range forecast Capt. Obvious.

ETA: in my experience, May is our rainiest month; the years that we get little to no rain in May are those years where we've hardly gotten any rain at all during the summer, not even a T-Storm.
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