Low breaks record for the date

Sunday, July 19, 2009 9:05 AM
Last updated 7:15 PM
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The temperature at Bush Field dropped to 58 degrees this morning, breaking a 22-year-old record for today's date.

The old record low for the date, set in 1987, was 60.

The Augusta area can expect overnight lows in the 60s for the next few days, according to the National Weather Service, but highs will still reach the low 90s.

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confederate american
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confederate american 07/19/09 - 08:29 am
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must be global warming,just

must be global warming,just another way for the government to take fools money

patriciathomas
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patriciathomas 07/19/09 - 09:27 am
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global warming, cool

global warming, cool

curly123053
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curly123053 07/19/09 - 12:29 pm
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I noticed that locations all

I noticed that locations all the way down to Nashville had record low highs yesterday as well as record lows this morning. I wonder how Al Gore is handling the news?

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pizzato 07/19/09 - 12:38 pm
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If Al Gore had not invented

If Al Gore had not invented the internet we would be blind to global warming.

americafirst
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americafirst 07/19/09 - 01:29 pm
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We must get cap and trade

We must get cap and trade passed now before its too late.

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BOBO 07/19/09 - 04:29 pm
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the only reason it was cool

the only reason it was cool was because of the bailout. If it was not for this bailout it would be really hot, really!
Prez O did it all! ( why do my all my 401 k suck)

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