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Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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000 SXUS71 KCAR 232355 RERCAR RECORD EVENT REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, ME 750 PM EDT SUN AUG 23 2015 ...RECORD NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS AT OR ABOVE 80 DEGREES AT CARIBOU... WITH A HIGH OF 82 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON...TODAY MARKS THE 10TH CONSECUTIVE DAY AT CARIBOU WHERE THE HIGH TEMPERATURE EQUALED OR EXCEEDED 80 DEGREES. THIS STREAK...WHICH BEGAN...ON AUGUST 14TH BROKE THE PRIOR RECORD OF 9 CONSECUTIVE DAYS SET DURING THESE PAST SUMMER TIME PERIODS: JULY 7TH-15TH 1979 AUGUST 11TH-19TH 1978 JULY 23RD-31ST 1970 AT THIS TIME...IT APPEARS TODAY WILL BE THE LAST DAY OF THIS STREAK. ALTHOUGH THE ATMOSPHERE WILL REMAIN WARM ENOUGH TO EXTEND THIS STREAK ON MONDAY...IN REALITY...CLOUDINESS AND SHOWERS IN THE REGION WILL LIKELY KEEP HIGH TEMPERATURES MONDAY AFTERNOON FROM REACHING MUCH PAST THE MID 70S. $$ VJN

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