Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
215 AM EDT SAT SEP 20 2014

...A COOL WEEK AT CARIBOU...

YESTERDAY (9/19) WAS THE 7TH DAY IN A ROW WITH A HIGH TEMPERATURE
IN THE 50S AT CARIBOU. THIS IS THE MOST CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH A
HIGH TEMPERATURE BELOW 60F SO EARLY IN THE SEASON. THE OLD RECORD
OF 6 CONSECUTIVE DAYS WAS SET IN SEPTEMBER 1959.

YESTERDAY WAS HE 2ND DAY IN A ROW WITH A LOW TEMPERATURE BELOW
FREEZING. THE LAST TIME THERE WERE 2 BACK-TO-BACK LOWS BELOW
FREEZING SO EARLY IN THE SEASON WAS IN 2008. THE LOW OF 29 DEGREES
YESTERDAY MORNING WAS THE EARLIEST OCCURRENCE OF A TEMPERATURE IN
THE 20S SINCE SEPTEMBER 17, 2009, WHEN THE LOW WAS ALSO 29
DEGREES.

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