PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
205 PM EDT AUG 01 2011

THE JULY 2011 WEATHER RECORDS, NORTHERN OHIO AND NORTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA...

JULY WAS MUCH WARMER THAN NORMAL AND THERE WAS SIGNIFICANT RAIN IN SOME AREAS.

CLEVELAND...

THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS A RECORD TYING 97 DEGREES ON THE 21ST.

THE JULY AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 77.6 DEGREES WAS THE 3RD WARMEST.

THE MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTAL OF 7.47 INCHES WAS 4TH WETTEST ON RECORD.

AKRON CANTON...

JULY AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE WAS 76.8 WAS 5TH WARMEST.

MANSFIELD...

JULY AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE WAS 76.5 AND WAS THE 4TH WARMEST.

TOLEDO...

JULY AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE WAS 78.8 DEGREES WAS THE 2ND WARMEST.

RECORD HIGHS WERE 98 ON THE 2ND, 96 ON THE 18TH, 102 ON THE 21ST WAS THE WARMEST OF THE MONTH AND ALSO SET THE RECORD FOR THE DAY.

THERE WERE 9 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF 90 DEGREES OR HIGHER AND THAT WAS FROM THE 16TH THROUGH THE 24TH.