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The hottest summer records: 111 degrees

The hottest summer records: 111 degrees

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SIOUX CITY | Siouxlanders just made it through a four-day brutal stretch where the high daily temperatures were in the mid- to upper-90 degrees.

The warm period, which had a Heat Advisory issued by the National Weather Service, was earlier than is typical for Siouxland. The historical average high for June 12, the final day of the most recent four-day heated spell, is 81 degrees.

The National Weather Service keeps records for high temperatures in Sioux City. The highest temperature period for each year typically runs from July 3-21, when the highs on average top out at 86 degrees.

Here's a look at the record high temperatures for each of the four hottest months of the year in Sioux City:

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