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    Average daily temperatures in Newfoundland in June and July

    Newfoundland, Canada

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    Newfoundland has a maritime climate. This means generally that summers are shorter and colder than in a continental climate. The glacial Labrador Current holds July average temperatures in coastal areas around 14°C (57 F), but inland averages may climb over 16°C (60 F). Occasionally, maximum temperatures can even rise to as high as 30°C (86 F). Sunny summer days in Newfoundland, however, are most delightful. With afternoon highs in the low twenties, they are warm enough to be comfortable and yet cool enough to permit vigorous activity. The highest temperature ever recorded on the island is 36.7°C, occuring at Botwood on August 22, 1976.


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