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Monday's New England Temperature Map Was Upside-down!

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    Most days in New England feature the warmest temperatures in Southern New England.  In fact, NECN broadcasts to 3.7 million households from the northern tip of Maine to the southern tip of Connecticut, and we've seen days with a snowstorm in the north and temperatures into the 80s in the south.  We haven't seen too many days with a 30 degree temperature spread where the fartherst NORTH spot is actually the warmest, but that was the case on Monday!  In fact, the spread from Boston to the northern tip of Maine was 32 degrees, with Boston the colder spot, and I'm not sure I've ever seen that big of a flip-flop spread in my ten years at NECN.  Check out the high temperature map of New England's observed Monday temperatures, below, and consider some of these amazing temperatures, all from northern Aroostook County, ME (the northern tip):

    • 91 degrees - Estcourt Station, ME
    • 89 degrees - Madawaska, ME
    • 88 degrees - Frenchville, ME
    • 87 degrees - Fort Kent, ME
    • 86 degrees - Caribou, ME

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