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A prolonged stretch of intense heat led to a partial collapse of a railroad bridge in downtown Syracuse on July 5.  There was a thermal expansion of concrete and steel.  On the same day, a lane of southbound Interstate 81 had to be closed after sections of the pavement expanded causing the joints to split apart and buckle.  July was quite warm with an average temperature of 73.7 (+2.37 degrees).  Temperatures ranged from 96 degrees on June 2 and 16 to 50 degrees on July 7.  An extended dry spell through mid-month staved off any potential flooding from the heavy rain that fell later on.  Rainfall for the month came in at 4.25 inches, about  a half inch more than usual.  Six 90+ degree days were reported, pushing the season's total to 10. Records for the month: None

 

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