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Area endures second hottest year in 2012

While the world did not end in 2012 as suggested by the Mayans, Middle Tennessee did survive its second hottest year in recorded history.
According to Bobby Boyd, meteorologist with the National Weather Service Nashville Bureau, 2012 joined 2007 in being the second hottest years in Midstate history.
Both years, Boyd revealed, had an average temperature of 62.3 degrees, which is significantly warmer than the Midstate normal average which is 59.4 degrees. The hottest year in Midstate history, by just two-tenths of a percent was 1921 when the average temperature was 62.5.
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