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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2013, 1:41 P.M.

77 Degrees For Bloomsday

If the weatherman is correct, Sunday will be Spokane’s warmest Bloomsday in at least nine years. Forecasters are calling for a high of 77 degrees. The last time the Bloomsday road run was so warm was in 2004 when the 2 p.m. temperature climbed to 74 degrees. Prior to that, the warmest Bloomsday was in 1992 when the 2 p.m. temperature was 75. A strong ridge of higher air pressure has settled over the Pacific Northwest, bringing what forecasters expect to be an extended period of warm weather and sunshine/Mike Prager, SR. More here.

Question: Are you going to feel sorry for the 10s of thousands of Bloomsday runners who will face warm temperatures Sunday?

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