Dec 27, 2015

Wilmington breaks 140-year-old record high temperature | StarNewsOnline.com

WILMINGTON -- For the third time in four days, Wilmington set a new record high temperature for the date -- this time surpassing a 140-year-old mark set in 1875.The previous record high for Dec. 27 was 77. Sunday's high at 2:11 p.m. was 79 degrees, about 22 degrees above the average high for the date."Records in Wilmington only go back to 1874, so this 140-year-old record is about as old as can...

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