WEST PALM BEACH — So far, 2017 is the hottest year on record for Florida.
That’s right people, it’s seemed hot as hell and according to a report released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration today, it’s never been hotter.
And, they’ve been keeping track for 123 years!
Two other states, North Carolina and South Carolina, are also seeing their warmest years on record.
According to the administration’s monthly climate report, this year’s average temperature was 72.2 degrees, 2.8 degrees above the 20th century average.
David Zierdan, a Florida climatologist took to Twitter to say that July was the 18th consecutive month of warmer than normal temperatures.
The forecast? Hotter than normal temperatures for the next three months.
And, of course, there’s no such thing as global warming!