It’s A Scorchah! This Is Where It Hit 100°F First This Summer in New England
We had our first "wicked wicked hot" day of the summer on Sunday, July 1st. Here's where it hit 100°F first this summer in Northern New England.
According to News Center Maine meteorologist Keith Carson, the town of Keene, New Hampshire hit the big triple digit temperature score before any other place in Northern New England this summer, topping out at exactly 100°F this afternoon.
This weekend was a crazy one, with severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings popping up all over the place. The next few days look like they're going to be obscenely hot too, and we'll keep you posted.