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Mild summer making life easier for football coaches, players

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Posted: Wednesday, August 5, 2009 10:00 pm

The record temperatures. The smoky haze. Last summer it was difficult to walk outside and take a deep breath, let alone run sprints and condition for football season.

This summer, there have been fewer 100-degree days, even fewer 90-degree days in Lodi according to the National Weather Service. There has also been cleaner air thanks to the lack of wildfires that put a murky cloud over high school practices last summer.

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