Record-setting temperatures in Caribou

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Record-setting temperatures in Caribou

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22 Sep 08 - Parts of Aroostook County and other parts of the state saw sub-freezing temperatures early Friday morning, with record breaking cold recorded in Caribou.

According to Rich Norton, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Caribou, Caribou broke a previous record of 29 degrees set in 1995. On Friday morning, the temperature dipped to 27 degrees.

While that broke a record in Caribou, the city was still not as cold as Allagash, were the temperature fell to 25 degrees.

A freeze warning was in effect Friday morning from the St. John Valley to interior Down East Maine, as meteorologists had predicted that clear skies and light winds would combine with a cold Canadian airmass to force temperatures to plunge to record or near-record territory early Friday.

Temperatures were predicted to be in the low to mid 20s across northern and central parts of the state.

See entire article by Jen Lynds
http://www.bangornews.com/detail/51097.html
Thanks to Nate for this link



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