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Farmers’ Almanac summer 2024 forecast: Hot and humid

INDIANA – The Farmers’ Almanac summer 2024 forecast is -hot and humid.

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July Calendar Printable PDF with Holidays Free Template

Summer will officially arrive on June 20, with the summer solstice — the earliest start in 128 years thanks to Leap Year and exactly when the Sun reaches its northernmost point from the celestial equator. 

Kicking off with a Strawberry Moon and thunderstorms in the central U.S., June is predicted to be warm, humid, and thunderous in many, if not most, areas of the country. 

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The muggy temperatures are predicted to bring a plethora of moisture and thunderstorms to most areas east of the Mississippi River. New England is on track to have yet another wet summer, and thunderstorms will be plentiful in the country’s Great Lakes and Midwest region.

The Southeast states and the Mid-Atlantic region can expect summer’s soaking showers and steamy days. Meanwhile, Texas is anticipated to see hot temperatures and a stormier July than August. 

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Printable July Calendar

The Almanac predicts that areas in the North Central region will experience a seesaw of summer temperatures, with an overall warm season but occasional cold Canadian air blowing in.

The Southwest will experience hot, dry conditions for most of the summer. The Pacific Northwest will also be dry, but temperatures will be less extreme.

August and September: Hot and wet

According to the Farmers’ Almanac Summer Forecast 2024, August looks exceptionally wet and showery across the eastern two-thirds of the country. Gardeners in New England who saw a soggy summer season last year may want to plan “rain gardens” this year with plants that love a lot of water, such as marigolds, forget-me-nots, canna lilies, daylilies, irises, and hibiscus.

Those in the rainy pathway should prepare for an increase in insect populations.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says there is a one-in-three chance that 2024 will be warmer than 2023 and a 99 percent chance it would rank among the five warmest on record.