RECORD BROKEN!
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Posted by Amorette Allison 2 years ago
Not only is today a record-breaking temperature, it a record-breaking temperature by not 1, not 2, not 3 but 7 degrees! Previous record for June 26 is 104. Is was 111 at three p.m. when I last checked NOAA.

Urgh.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson 2 years ago
The cold front is coming. It was 80°F here in Helena at 10:00 a.m. this morning. It currently (3:00 p.m.) is 73°F. Unfortunately, it is is coming with gale force winds.

Relief is on its way!
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Posted by David Schott 2 years ago
59F, cloudy, and raining here in Redmond.

[This message has been edited by David Schott (6/26/2012)]
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Posted by Buck Showalter 2 years ago
Great, more low temps and moisture. I'd trade for some 111.
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Posted by Amorette Allison 2 years ago
Cooling rapidly. Down to 108°F. That's 42°C for you Canadians.

Fire southwest of town now. Cough. Steve will try to track it down when he takes me to the city council meeting tonight. I hope their air con is working. Then again, if it isn't, I bet the meeting will be SHORT.

David, don't tell your mother I said this but I hate you.

[This message has been edited by Amorette Allison (6/26/2012)]
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Posted by Hal Neumann 2 years ago
47, a few showers, 10mph wind, and some bugs here at 3:40AKtime.
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Posted by Amorette Allison 2 years ago
I also hate you, Hal.

Although the temperature dropped twenty degrees while I was sitting in the city council meeting for two hours.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson 2 years ago
I told you so.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. 2 years ago
Hal, are bugs a normal part of the weather report in AK?
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Posted by MR 2 years ago
Remember....only the strong and tough live in Miles City...from 111 to 40 below !!
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Posted by Its Me 2 years ago
Weather.com shows 59 in the morning here. If it does drop to that, then it will be 52 degree drop in like 16 hours or so.
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Posted by Hal Neumann 2 years ago
43 and rain here this morning - the wind is strong enough to ground the bugs.

Richard, NOAA doesn't include bugs in their forecasts, but people post on a local board asking for bug conditions at various locations in the area. They also post about troublesome bears this time of year and wolves in the winter. NOAA misses a lot of local stuff : -)
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