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Oregon sets multiple record  lows
Pendleton breaks 118-year-old record

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13 Oct 08 - Cold temperatures set several new record lows this weekend, including a low of 22 Saturday in downtown Pendleton that broke a 118 year-old record of 24.

Thursday saw a new low of 20 for Meacham, four degrees cooler than the previous record from 2006. On Friday, Heppner hit 29, the coldest that date has seen since 1960 when it was 30; and Long Creek was 21, besting the 1987 record by four degrees.

On Saturday John Day dropped to 21, breaking the 1990 record of 23, and Mitchell set a record with 21, five degrees cooler than the 2002 record.

On Sunday, for the third time in four days, Meacham set a record with a low of 15, one degree cooler than the 2002 record, Long Creek's low of 21 broke with 1969 record of 25, and Mitchell's 21 broke the 1949 record of 24. And downtown Pendleton's 21 chilled past the previous record of 25 from 1931.

Also Sunday, two-miles north of Hermiston cooled to 18, breaking the 1953 record of 20.

                   Not much global warming in Oregon, it would appear.

http://www.eastoregonian.info/print.asp?SectionID=13&SubSectionID=48&ArticleID=83885&TM=29612.53
Thanks to Don et al and Steven Woodcock for this link

 



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