Poll: How Many 90-degree Days?
In the June through August period, the D.C. area averages 31 90-degree days. So far in June, we've had only one day hit 90 or higher (June 2, which hit 90) though temperatures around 90 are in the forecast Thursday through Sunday. Our summer outlook calls for 35 90-degree days and last year we had 29.
So what do you think will happen this summer? Vote in the poll below, and if you're bold, enter a comment as well with your specific guess (e.g. 31). We'll rank the guesses that come in from best to worst in early September..
| June 23, 2009; 12:30 PM ET
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