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here's another thing, 1990, 1991 and 1998 are tied as the second warmest year on record. 2012 is the warmest (but only by a tenth of a degree). this post brought to mind another question, why are snowfall amounts only measured in tenths and never in hundredths like rainfall amounts are?

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