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Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
846 AM EDT THU JUL 16 2015

...WEATHER DURING THE FIRST HALF OF JULY AT CARIBOU AND BANGOR...

SO FAR TEMPERATURES HAVE AVERAGED NEAR NORMAL WITH BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION. ONE THING THAT STANDS OUT IS THE LACK OF
THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY...WITH NO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DURING THE
FIRST HALF OF THE MONTH.

AT CARIBOU...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FROM JULY 1ST-15TH OF 65.4
DEGREES IS JUST ONE TENTH OF A DEGREE (0.1F) BELOW THE 30-YEAR
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE FIRST HALF OF JULY. AT BANGOR...THE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 67 DEGREES IS 1.1 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE.

ONLY 1.26 INCHES OF RAIN HAS BEEN OBSERVED THIS MONTH AT CARIBOU
WITH MOST OF THAT FALLING ON THE 1ST (0.52") AND THE 15TH (0.64").
THIS IS NEAR 8 TENTHS OF AN INCH BELOW NORMAL. AT BANGOR...ONLY 64
HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH (0.64") HAS BEEN OBSERVED THIS
MONTH...WHICH IS NEARLY AN INCH BELOW NORMAL.

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CB


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