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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
213 PM EDT SUN JUN 28 2020

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

TODAY, JUNE 28, 2020, MARKED THE 13TH CONSECUTIVE DAY WITH A HIGH
OF 80 DEGREES (F) OR WARMER IN CARIBOU, MAINE. THIS BREAKS THE 
RECORD FOR THE MOST CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH A HIGH OF 80 DEGREES OR 
WARMER IN CARIBOU. THE OLD RECORD OF 12 DAYS, WAS ESTABLISHED 
YESTERDAY. PRIOR TO YESTERDAY, THE RECORD WAS 10 DAYS FROM AUGUST 
14-23, 2015. WEATHER RECORDS IN CARIBOU DATE BACK TO 1939.

THERE HAVE BEEN A TOTAL OF 14 DAYS SO FAR THIS JUNE WITH A HIGH 
OF 80F OR WARMER. THIS BREAKS THE RECORD OF 13 DAYS, WHICH WAS 
SET IN 1976.

THERE HAVE BEEN 4 DAYS THIS MONTH WITH A HIGH OF 90F OR WARMER,
WHICH IS ONE SHY OF THE RECORD OF 5, SET IN 1949. CARIBOU AVERAGES
JUST TWO 90 DEGREE DAYS EACH SUMMER. THE ALL-TIME RECORD IS 11,
SET DURING THE SUMMER OF 1944.  

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