April 2006 warmest on record in U.S. 05.02.06

The warmest April since record keeping began in 1895

NCDC

April 2006 was the U.S.'s warmest April since record keeping began in 1895.

For the 48 contiguous states, the average temperature was 4.5 degrees F above normal for the month, the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) reported Tuesday.

That made it the nation's warmest April since record keeping began in 1895.

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