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Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS --Logan Brooks , 14, right, and his brother, Landon, 13, left, fill up the reservoirs in their super soakers in the Main Library branch fountain as they beat the heat with water balloons and super-soakers at the Main branch Library's Teen Water Wars event Monday afternoon. Water balloons and super-soakers were supplied by the library.

It’s not just hot here in south Louisiana: It’s hot everywhere, and it’s probably going to stay that way.

Over the next three months, the entire United States is expected to see above-average temperatures for the first time on record, according to a USA Today report.

A forecast map from the federal Climate Prediction Center predicts above average, likely above average or most likely above average temperatures for all 50 states through October. No part of the country will experience cooler-than-normal temperatures or equal chances of being cool and warm, USA Today reported.

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Dan Collins, a meteorologist with the Climate Prediction Center, attributed the unprecedented forecast to unusually warm ocean temperatures, according to the report.

Another prediction from the Weather Company, the parent company of the Weather Channel, also released a similar forecast, with one exception: northern Montana, which the Weather Company said could expect some relief from the heat.

Currently, 2016 is on track to be the warmest year on Earth, USA Today reported.

Read the full USA Today report here