Heat wave: Pittsburgh records warmest July in city’s history

Heat wave: Pittsburgh records warmest July in city’s history

PITTSBURGH — If you thought July was hot, you were right!

The mean average temperature for July was 77.3 degrees at Pittsburgh International Airport, making it the warmest July on record. Records date back to 1952.

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The mean average temperature for July was 77.3 degrees at Pittsburgh International Airport, making it the warmest July on record. Records date back to 1952.
The mean average temperature for July was 77.3 degrees at Pittsburgh International Airport, making it the warmest July on record. Records date back to 1952. (WPXI)

July 2020 also finished as the second-warmest month ever on record behind August of 1995 which recorded a mean average temperature of 77.7 degrees.

July 2020 also finished as the second-warmest month ever on record behind August of 1995 which recorded a mean average temperature of 77.7 degrees.
July 2020 also finished as the second-warmest month ever on record behind August of 1995 which recorded a mean average temperature of 77.7 degrees. (WPXI)

There were 12 days in the 90s in Pittsburgh in July and every day brought temperatures of 80 degrees or higher.

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