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Hot was the word on this date in 1911. After starting the month with some of the hottest weather on record throughout the northeast, a second heat wave was in progress on this date. Readings soared to 97 in St. Johnsbury, topping out at 96 in Burlington, and a stifling 95 in Northfield. Despite the heat during the first two weeks, cooler, wetter weather prevailed during the second half of the month, dropping the month from contention for the hottest July.