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Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Caribou ME
141 AM EDT Thu Oct 26 2017

...All-time record warm low temperature for the month of
October...

The low temperature at Caribou, Maine yesterday was 64 degrees.
This broke the record warm low temperature for the date of 59
degrees set in 1959. Not only did it break the daily record, but
is smashed the all-time monthly record for October of 59F, which
was set on October 25, 1959, as well as on previous dates earlier
in the month of October on multiple years.

The low of 63F at Houlton also broke the previous daily record of
57F set in 1959, and is also a new all-time monthly record. The
previous record was 62F on October 13, 1990.

The low at Millinocket of 62F broke the previous daily record of
54F set in 1959. It was not a monthly record. The monthly record
remains 63F on October 15, 2014. It was, however, the latest day
on record with a low above 60F on record at Millinocket.

At Bangor, the low of 63F broke the previous daily record of 54F
set in 1959. It was not a monthly record. The monthly record
remains 68F on October 1, 1948. It was, however, the latest day
with a low above 60F on record at Bangor.

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CB



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