April One Of the Coolest On Record

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April 2008 was the coldest April in 11 years. April also ranked the 29th coldest since record keeping began 114 years ago.

According to the National Climatic Data Center, the U.S. average temperature for the month was only 51 degrees, which is 1 degree below the average from 1901-2000.

Along with those colder than normal temperatures, April 2008 was dry - the 54th driest on record.




 
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