Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
225 AM EDT SAT JUL 11 2015

...WEATHER CONDITIONS SO FAR THIS JULY AT CARIBOU AND BANGOR...

DURING THE FIRST 10 DAYS OF JULY THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AT
CARIBOU WAS 64.7 DEGREES...WHICH WAS JUST 2 TENTHS (0.2F) OF A
DEGREE BELOW NORMAL. IT WAS THE COOLEST START TO JULY SINCE 2009.
TEMPERATURES SO FAR THIS MONTH HAVE RANGED FROM A LOW OF 46
DEGREES ON THE MORNING OF THE 9TH TO A HIGH OF 84 DEGREES ON THE
AFTERNOON OF THE 7TH.

ONLY 61 HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH (0.61") OF RAIN HAS BEEN OBSERVED
THIS MONTH...WHICH IS 76 HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH (0.76") BELOW
NORMAL.

AT BANGOR...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE DURING THE FIRST TEN DAYS OF
JULY WAS 66 DEGREES...AND WAS 1.7 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. IT HAS
ALSO BEEN THE COOLEST START TO THE MONTH OF JULY SINCE 2009.
TEMPERATURES THIS MONTH HAVE RANGED FROM A LOW OF 49 DEGREES ON
THE MORNING OF THE 3RD TO A HIGH OF 84 DEGREES ON THE AFTERNOON OF
THE 6TH.

ONLY 24 HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH (0.24") OF RAIN HAS BEEN OBSERVED SO
FAR THIS MONTH...WHICH IS 81 HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH (0.81") BELOW
NORMAL.

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CB



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