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Thursday, November 30, 2006

A shorts and T-shirt afternoon



(Warm enough to walk your dog on the beach in Swampscott with the Boston skyline in the background, Globe Staff Photo by John Tlumacki)

On an afternoon in which a balmy 69 degrees broke the all-time Boston temperature record for the last day of November, area student-athletes were dressed as if it were summer at a local school.

At the Rivers School in Weston, students dressed in shorts and T-shirts ran through conditioning drills and kicked around soccer balls on the school's recently-installed synthetic turf field.

The record-high temperature, established at 1:43 p.m., broke the previous mark of 68 degrees set in 1881.

There won't be any balmy breezes on Sunday, though. The forecasters say it may snow.

-- Craig Larson

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