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Mt. Marathon: race day forecast

By Brett Shepard 11:38 AM July 3, 2014
SEWARD –

Friday’s forecast looks great for all of the Mt. Marathon races.

Take the sunglasses and sunscreen with you to Seward. Offshore winds will initially be out of the north, causing a temperature spike early in the day.

By start time of the women’s race, we should begin to see onshore winds coming off of the bay, helping to keep temperatures in the 60s.

Good luck to all the participants!

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