Meanwhile, records low in Chile. Hot here, cold there — will likely all work out to another year of no significant warming.
The WaPo reports:
Add another impressive heat record to Washington, D.C.’s astonishingly long list over the last four summers.
For over five and a half days ending this morning, the temperature was least 80 degrees in Washington, D.C. This 138-hour streak is the longest on record (dating back to 1871), besting the 128-hour streak of two years ago.