50 Cities Report Record High Temperatures for March

By Paul Riegler on 1 April 2012
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Based on data from the National Climatic Data Center at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, following a winter that was the fourth warmest on record across the U.S., higher than average temperatures were reported in hundreds of cities for the month of March.

More than 50 cities saw the warmest March on record.

The list of major cities breaking high-temperature records includes Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, and Washington, D.C.

Other cities reporting a record March include Akron (Ohio), Atlantic City (New Jersey), Buffalo (New York), Burlington (Colorado),Concord (New Hampshire), Grand Rapids (Michigan), Indianapolis (Indiana), Kansas City (Missouri), Madison (Wisconsin), Portland (Maine), Riverton (Wyoming), Rochester (Minnesota), Shreveport (Louisiana), Tampa (Florida), Toledo (Ohio), and Tyler (Texas).

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