Feeling The Heat: First Half Of 2012 Is Warmest On Record

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KGMI Feeling the heat: First half of 2012 is warmest on recordmsnbc.comAccording National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the first six month of the year was the hottest ever recorded. NBC's Jay Gray reports. By Vignesh Ramachandran, msnbc.com In fact, the first six months of 2012 accounted for the warmest ...State of the ClimateNOAAContinental US breaks heat record in first half of 2012ReutersPast 12 Months Warmest Ever Recorded In United StatesWRTV IndianapolisAccuWeather.com -Mother Jonesall 141 news articles »

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