In general, no this probably is not right. Although it is within the normal range for the vehicle, most gauges are designed to read around the midpoint when the vehicle is operating at a normal temperature.
It is possible the gauge may be out of calibration, or the vehicle may actually be running hotter than normal because of a cooling system problem developing, such as a restricted radiator, failing water pump, or sticking trhermostat that is opening too late.
It might be normal to be operating slightly hotter than usual if (1) the outside temperature is much higher than usual
(2) You are using the air conditioner more than normal; all of the interior heat is pumped out to the radiator area putting additional load on the cooling system
or (3) there is a heavier than usual load on the engine such as pulling a trailer.
Something you can check is to make sure there is not an accumulation of bugs, dirt, leaves, or other debris restricting airflow through the radiator. Dont forget to check the space in between the condenser and radiator, I dont know how leaves and such end up in there, but they often do.
Make sure the fan is moving air. At idle, you should feel a strong flow of air coming back from the fan; if there is not, you may have a failing thermostatic fan clutch resulting in lack of airflow to cool the radiator.
Measure the coolant temp and compare it to the gauge reading. Often gauge senders can get out of calibration.
While measuring the temp, check thermostat operation. Your thermostat should open at 195F; and the engine temp should be running somewhere close to this.
If you cannot find the source of the problem, I would recommend taking it in for a professional to look at; if it is indeed running hot you should really find and correct the cause. If it should overheat, it can cause engine damage.
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