BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) – Once again, long-range computer models predict temperatures far above normal for Buffalo and western New York.
As of July 20, the average temperature recorded at the Buffalo National Weather Service Office, for the month of July, is 78.5 degrees.
This puts the month at 7.7 degrees above normal and on the pace to be the hottest July ever.
The current record is 76.2 degrees set almost 100 years ago in 1921.
Earlier this month we had a record eight consecutive days with temperatures of 90 degrees or more.
Our meteorological trend has remained fairly consistent this summer and it does not seem that things will change soon.