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Weather History Results for New Orleans, LA (70127) June 17th, 1970

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On June 17th, 1970, the closest available weather station to New Orleans, LA (NEW ORLEANS ALVIN CALLENDER F, LA), reported the following conditions:

High Temp: 88F
Low Temp: 72F
Average Temp: 81F
Dewpoint: 73.3F
Wind Speed: 3.7 Knots
Precipitation Amount: 0 Inches
Snow Depth: n/a
Observations: Fog

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