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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    I saw 32 at Berlin this morning.
    Hey, I grew up in Berlin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    You are in Florida. That is like on another planet. We have started the Ice Age in VT. Who knows what we are going to do to Florida.
    I have an idea, maybe you could drag it up there off the coast of Maine. That would be sweet! Then I could live down here and up there at the same time!
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    sorry, that was way off topic in this thread. Lets get back to low temps.
    Steve
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    According to the Conditions page and the Summit Forecast, low temperatures are passee. Wind is down and temperature is on the rise.
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    The valleys are still coming in cold. Hit 39.3F at my place in Vermont this morning. Even colder than last night, and now officially a low of 39F in August in the Champlain Valley.
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    The lowest at a major station this morning was 31 at Saranac Lake, NY. Whitefield came in at 33.

    Sutton, VT, recorded 32, as did a few in Maine. St. Aurelie, ME, recorded 31.

    Those are the lowest I can find.

    By the way, it might interest some of you to know that MW's 29 on the 19th was the lowest anywhere in the country, including Alaska. Maybe a station or two in the high CA mtns (like the ghost town of Bodie) got colder, but they don't report their data until the end of the month.

    As far as I can tell, it was the first time since Oct 6, 2006, that Mt. Washington was the coldest spot in the nation, although I'm missing some data from May of this year. They tied at 22F with Northway, AK, and Spincich Lake, MI, that day.

    The last time MWO had the coldest OUTRIGHT temp was Sept 29, 2006, when we reached 22 on the summit, with Bodie's 23 the next coldest.

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