- This summer is predicted to be a hot one in several states.
- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its projected forecast for summer 2019, along with maps that show how each region will be affected.
- Expect above average temperatures on the East Coast and Pacific Northwest and cooler temperatures in the Midwest and Plains.
- Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
Following is a transcript of the video.
Get ready for a hot summer…
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its projected forecast.
The East Coast and Pacific Northwest will likely see temperatures above average.
Meanwhile, central states will see moderate to below average temperatures. These maps show what sort of summer your state will have from June to August.
If you live in Florida, Maine, Washington, or Alaska, get ready for a summer that’s hotter than usual. But if you live in the Midwest or Plains, you’ll likely be dealing with cooler temperatures, especially in states like Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. And that’s expected to last throughout all three months of summer.
Of course, temperatures are projected to vary based on the month and location. July, for example, is expected to be the hottest month for states with above average temperatures, like Florida and Alaska.
So if you’re planning a road trip or vacation in the states, the coasts will be the hottest this summer.
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