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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
414 PM EDT THU JUL 26 2018

...JULY ON PACE TO BE THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD AT CARIBOU...

THIS MONTH IS ON PACE TO BE THE WARMEST JULY ON RECORD AT CARIBOU,
AND ALSO THE ALL-TIME WARMEST MONTH AT CARIBOU. CURRENTLY, THE
ALL-TIME WARMEST MONTH AT CARIBOU WAS JULY 1970 WITH AN AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 69.6 DEGREES. THIS JULY IS EXPECTED TO AVERAGE
ABOUT ONE DEGREE WARMER THAN 1970. THIS IS STILL PRELIMINARY AS IT
IS BASED ON FORECAST TEMPERATURES THE REMAINDER OF THE MONTH. 

THE LOW TEMPERATURE AT CARIBOU, MAINE ON JULY 23-25, 2018, WAS 
71 DEGREES (F) EVERY DAY. THE LOW OF 71 DEGREES TIES THE ALL- 
TIME WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE ON RECORD AT CARIBOU. UNTIL THIS MOST
RECENT STRETCH OF WARM WEATHER, THERE HAD NEVER BEEN MORE THAN 
ONE DAY IN A ROW WITH A LOW OF 71 DEGREES.

AT BANGOR, THERE WERE 3 NIGHTS IN A ROW WITH A LOW OF 69 DEGREES
(F) ON JULY 23-25, WHICH TIES WITH SEVERAL OTHER YEARS FOR THE
MOST CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH A LOW OF 69 DEGREES OR WARMER. BANGOR
IS NOT ON PACE TO HAVE EITHER THE WARMEST JULY OR THE WARMEST
MONTH ON RECORD.  

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