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Presidential Inauguration Weather: Extremes and 2017 Forecast

Tomorrow might not be pretty, weather wise, but it has certainly been worse in previous years. Ronald Reagan has the strange “honor” of having had both the warmest inauguration in in his 1981 election and the coldest when he was the incumbent in 1985. At the start of his first term, temperatures topped out at 55°, pretty comfortable for mid-January in Washington D.C. The average high this time of year is just 37°. However, President Reagan wasn’t so lucky on his second go-round with a high of only 7° just four years later. This year, President Elect Trump and Vice…