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Scott Braaten wrote:

> The National Weather Service observation system says it did.  Can anyone
> confirm that it really got that cold last night in the mountains or was
> that just one of those things where Saranac Lake was 10 degrees colder then
> everyone else?  I know that Saranac Lake claims some of the coldest temps
> in the entire United States outside of Alaska a few times a year but 32 is
> pretty good for July.
> http://weather.noaa.gov/weather/current/KSLK.html
> It happened at 5am on Friday so if anyone reads this later then Saturday
> morning I dont' think it will still be there...but 32 is pretty good!

Scott, see www.mountwashington.org.

Ben K.

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