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Record warmth to depart as quickly as it arrived

David Kendall and his 5 year old son, Kieran, walk through the fog of Congress Park durin the warm afternoon on Wednesday.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
David Kendall and his 5 year old son, Kieran, walk through the fog of Congress Park durin the warm afternoon on Wednesday.
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Warm air flowed into the region Wednesday in front of a windy cold front, setting a record high for Jan. 30 — 56 degrees at 4:36 p.m. The previous record was 54 degrees, set in 1974, according to the National Weather Service in Albany. By this morning, though, the temperatures will have dropped into low 40s, with increasing wind gusts after heavy overnight rain and isolated thunderstorms, said Ian Lee, a meteorologist with the National ...


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