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As reported by the National Weather Service, July 2011 featured:

• Twenty-five days with a high of 90 degrees Fahrenheit or higher

• Eighteen days with a high of 95 degrees Fahrenheit or higher

• Eight days with a high of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher

• Average high temperature: 94.9 degrees Fahrenheit

• Nine days with a low of 80 degrees Fahrenheit or higher

• Four days with a low of 70 degrees Fahrenheit or lower

• Average low temperature: 74 degrees Fahrenheit

It was bad. And it wasn't even the fucking heat. It was the humidity. The only way there could have been more batwing in St. Louis this July is if we'd moved the entire city into a cave in the Ozarks. Wait, no, scratch that: It was the fucking heat and the fucking humidity.

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