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July sets two new record lows in Montana
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2 Aug 08 – Two temperature records were set or tied in July in Great Falls, one dating back more than a century.

“An overnight low of 39 degrees on July 11 broke the daily record of 40 degrees set in 1897, said Ed Kurdy hydro-meteorological technician with the Weather Service.”

The other July daily record occurred July 12, when the low was 40 degrees, tying the mark set in 2004.

“The mean average of highs and lows was 67.9 degrees for July this year, much cooler than the 76.8 degree average in 2007.”

See entire article by Ryan Hall, Tribune staff writer:
http://www.greatfallstribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080802/NEWS01/808020308/1002 
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