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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Caribou ME
138 AM EDT Fri May 19 2017

...Record high temperatures Thursday...

A number of new record high temperatures were established across
the region yesterday.

At Caribou, the high of 90F broke the previous record of 85F, set
in 1986. It was also the first 90 degree temperature observed at
Caribou since July 2, 2014, when the high was 91 degrees.

At Houlton, the high of 91F broke the previous record high of 83F,
set in 1989. It was the first 90 degree day since August 18, 2015,
when the high was 90F.

At Millinocket, the high of 92F broke the record high of 89F, that
was set way back in 1918. It was the first 90F day at Millinocket
since July 22, 2016, when the high was 90F.

At Bangor, the high of 92F broke the previous record of 87F, set
in 1936. The last 90 degree day at Bangor was on September 9,
2016, when the high was 91F.

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CB


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