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Sydney Weather

NPR's Tom Goldman reports from Sydney, Australia that 21 extra meteorologists have been brought into the city to try to forecast the weather during the summer Olympics, which start Friday. Some athletes complain that the name should be changed to the early spring Olympics as summer has not arrived in Sydney and morning frost covers parts of the Olympic village. Olympic officials are sending in extra blankets but can do little to help the triathlon athletes. This weekend, they will be competing in the chilly waters of Sydney Harbor.

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