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November 03, 2007|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

Last month ended as the fifth-warmest October on record for Baltimore, averaging 63.4 degrees, 8 degrees above the 30-year average. We saved money on heating but lost some on cooling. Temperatures topped 80 on 11 days. It was also one of our driest Octobers, until last week. Then clouds moved in with five days of showers and downpours. BWI saw 5.44 inches of rain, putting October almost 2.8 inches above the norm, the first surplus since April. It broke D.C. records - but none here.

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