In July, we wrote about Florida, which has a dry spring and summer.
Now, we’re getting a new forecast.
Florida is expected to have a record number of days above 70 degrees, the highest temperature ever recorded in the state, and there’s an average of four days over 85 degrees in the Florida Keys, according to the National Weather Service.
The hottest temperatures are forecasted for the Keys and portions of the Gulf Coast.
Here’s a look at the five states that are most likely to have the hottest summers: 1.
South Carolina: 78 degrees 2.
North Carolina: 77 degrees 3.
South Dakota: 77.6 degrees 4.
Alabama: 76.9 degrees 5.
Tennessee: 75.5 degrees This isn’t to say that we’re going to get a bad spring or summer.
South Carolinians are already feeling the heat.
The state is already in a three-day-high heat wave this week, and the mercury hit 81 degrees in some parts of the state Tuesday.
But we’re not seeing the same kind of drought, and South Carolinas temperatures are expected to stay above 70.
There are a few things going for South Carolina.
There is a lot of moisture, meaning the rain won’t be as heavy as in the winter.
The air is also warmer, which will help to mitigate some of the drought’s effects.
So while it will be tough to break records, the South Carolina summer won’t have a bad start to it.
It could get hotter, but the drought will help keep the heat off.
Georgia: 75 degrees 4: Alabama: 75 5: South Carolina (tie): 75 The other two states that aren’t in a drought but will be dealing with a few droughts this summer are Alabama and South Carolina, which are tied at the top of the table.
The drought in Alabama is likely to be the worst of the bunch, and it’s likely to get worse before it gets better.
The Alabama summer will be the driest in over 20 years, and temperatures could be up to 74 degrees in places.
The average temperature in the South will be 73.7 degrees, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
There’s also a lot more moisture in the air, meaning more heat will be added to the atmosphere.
That means there will be more heat that gets absorbed into the air.
But the heat will not be as intense as it was in the spring.
This is going to be a wet summer, and some parts will be covered in water, which is bad news for the state.
The combination of that and a lot less precipitation, plus more heat from the sun, will make for a much more intense heat wave than usual.
Texas: 74 degrees 6: Mississippi: 73.9 7: Louisiana: 73 The next two states we’re looking at are the ones that aren.
Both are in the southern half of the United States, which means they will be receiving a lot fewer rain and a bit more snow, and they will have a lot lower temperatures.
Louisiana will get a lot higher precipitation this summer, so it could see temperatures in the 80s.
Mississippi is expected for a little more rain and some snow.
But with an average high of 73 degrees, it won’t get much of an advantage.
This could be the summer of drought.
There will be a lot drier conditions than usual in the Dakotas, and a couple of days will be above 80 degrees.
That is a far cry from the scorching summers of the 1970s and 1980s.
But there’s also no shortage of hot days.
A total of five days are forecast to have at least 80 degrees, and those are expected in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Arkansas.
Arkansas is also in the top five states in the U.S. for hottest summers.
A day in February in the Lone Star State is expected near 100 degrees, while it’s expected in southern Alabama.
And just outside the Lone Stars, in southern Mississippi, temperatures are already hitting 100.
A combination of the dry and warm conditions will help the Gulf of Mexico get a big jump in precipitation.