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On Sun, 31 Dec 2006 11:47:48 -0500, Jim Crowley <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Looks like this December will be tied for the warmest Dec. on record.

More on that:

.CLIMATE...
THERE WAS AN ERROR IN PRVS ISSUED CLIMATE SECTION OF AFDBTV DUE TO
CONFLICTING DATABASES. AFTER LOOKING AT OFFICIAL NCDC DATABASE FOR
KBTV SINCE PERIOD OF RECORDS (1883)...HERE ARE SOME STATS FOR DECEMBER
AND 2006:

WARMEST DECEMBERS AT BURLINGTON VT (1883-2006):

RANK...YEAR.....AVG TEMPERATURE
1......2006/2001/1996.....32.7F (*** PROJECTED -- NOT OFFICIAL)
4......1998.....32.0F
5......1982.....31.9F
6......1923.....31.8F

WARMEST YEARS AT BURLINGTON VT (1883-2006):

RANK...YEAR.....AVG TEMPERATURE
1......1891.....48.5
2......1998.....48.3
3......2006.....48.1 (*** PROJECTED -- NOT OFFICIAL)
4......1898.....48.0
5......1953.....47.9

WETTEST YEARS AT BURLINGTON VT (1883-2006):

RANK...YEAR.....AVG TEMPERATURE
1......1998.....50.42 INCHES
2......1983.....50.16 INCHES
3......2006.....46.99 INCHES (*** PROJECTED -- NOT OFFICIAL)
4......1973.....46.28 INCHES
5......1897.....43.44 INCHES

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