Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1035 PM EDT SAT JUL 5 2014

...HEAVY RAINS FROM ARTHUR...

THE REPORTS BELOW ARE STILL UNOFFICIAL AS THE CALENDAR DAY HAS NOT
ENDED.

A TOTAL OF 2.34 INCHES OF RAIN FELL AT CARIBOU TODAY. THIS SMASHES
THE CALENDAR DAY RECORD FOR JULY 5TH OF 1.50 INCHES WHICH WAS SET
IN 2002. IT IS ALSO THE 3RD GREATEST CALENDAR DAY RAINFALL EVER
OBSERVED DURING THE MONTH OF JULY. THE ALL-TIME RECORD OF 2.58
INCHES WAS SET ON JULY 4TH 2011.

ALSO...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT CARIBOU OF ONLY 59 DEGREES IS THE
LOWEST HIGH TEMPERATURE EVER OBSERVED ON JULY 5TH. THE OLD RECORD
OF 60 DEGREES WAS SET IN 1992.

AT HOULTON...A TOTAL OF 2.40 INCHES OF RAIN FELL TODAY. THIS
BREAKS THE OLD CALENDAR DAY RECORD FOR JULY 5TH OF 1.38 INCHES
SET IN 2002. IT ALSO BREAKS THE ALL-TIME RECORD FOR ANY CALENDAR
DAY DURING THE MONTH OF JULY. THE OLD RECORD OF 2.33 INCHES WAS
SET IN 1956.

AT BANGOR...A TOTAL OF 2.12 INCHES OF RAIN FELL TODAY. THIS TIES
THE DAILY RECORD FOR JULY 5TH LAST SET IN 1973.

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CB





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