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CHALLENGE 79

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If not solved - hint given on Sun. 10th October 2021.
Quiz by Malbaby
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Last updated: October 6, 2021
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First submittedOctober 6, 2021
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On the second of July at exactly 3.15am Adelaide, South Australia, recorded it's lowest temperature since records were collected. What is surprising about this fact?
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Level 66
Oct 6, 2021
July is a fairly warm month, for us northerners :p
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Level 71
Oct 10, 2021
Clue 1: In Alaska it would have to be February the seventh to be so cold at that time.
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Level 66
Oct 11, 2021
Not sure how this would fit, but the second of July could translate to -2.7°C, which would be 27°F in Alaska (February 7th).
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Level 71
Oct 11, 2021
So close ........ do not forget that it was at 3.15 am that the coldest temperature was recorded.
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Level 66
Oct 12, 2021
So it's 2/7, 3.15. That's also the absolute zero on the Celsius scale, -273,15°C. If I'm correct, I'll split the medal with rg1227.
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Level 71
Oct 12, 2021
Yes ........ good solve 'PotatoBoy', as you point out -273.15 is absolute zero temperature. 'rg1227' was on the right track. Your 11th solve PotatoBoy and 2nd for rg1227 ...... congratulations.