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Wow! I did not know that 1993 had a top dead center! Okay, so 1993 had between 365 and 366 days in it, so divide 365.5 by two, and you get 182.75 days. My guess it it would fall in June or July! Do you agree? That would be very close to 1993's dead center! And weather-wise, it would be close to the top, when it came to desirable weather. So, there is your answer! The top dead center of 1993 was right around July 1, 1993, give or take 3 days!

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