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  Temperatures were unseasonably cold across Central New York from May 5 through May 13 with readings at or below freezing on a record five straight days from May 5 through May 9.  Accumulating snow fell across the region on Saturday May 9.  Later in the month, temperatures of 80 degrees or higher were reached on eight consecutive days.  We had a record high of 93 degrees on May 26.  The average temperature for May was 56.8 degrees, slightly cooler than usual. Rainfall and melted snow for the month came in at 3.12 inches, very close to normal despite the super cold start to the month.  Records for the month: Record high temperature of 93 degrees on May 26.
 

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