Coldest July on record throughout Midwest (except Cleveland)
August 4, 2009
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August 03, 2009
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Record or near-record cold swept much of the middle part of the nation in July — with some records being broken from the 1860s — but a late-month rally in Northeast Ohio left the area barely in the top 20 for coldest July on record.Other areas — from Cincinnati to Madison, Wisc. — broke cold records and even Ohio cities such as Akron, Toledo, Youngstown, Columbus and Dayton came close to their historic marks.