It’s Late June, But One Maine Town Had A Temp Below Freezing Tuesday Morning
We're only a few days away from July and Central Maine has had temps in the 80s and 90s over the last few weeks. Despite that, people in one Maine town still woke up Tuesday morning to below freezing temperatures!
According to WMTW, Aroostook County's Estcourt Station hit just over 31 degrees at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning.
But, given how far north the town is, it isn't too much of a shocker...
It was not the only town dealing with chilly temps this morning. Others include:
Big Black River: 37
Moosehorn Crossing: 37
Clayton Lake: 38
Nine-mile Bridge: 39
Fox Brook: 39
Grand Isle: 39
Baker Lake: 39
Fort Kent: 41
Saint Agatha: 42
Mount Katahdin: 42
Presque Isle: 43
Fortunately, for those of us in Central Maine, it's a whole lot warmer this morning. And, we are going to see a high temp of about 75 degrees today (Tuesday).