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This fall (Sep. 1-Nov. 30) had fifty-three days with a reading colder than 50°, the most that any fall season has had since 1943, and the last time there was more was in the fall of 1925, when there were fifty-nine. Interestingly, the summers of 1943 and this year were quite hot, with twenty-eight and thirty-two days in the nineties/triple digits respectively (and 1925 had a typical number of such hot days with seventeen).

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