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Annual plunge likely to feel a bit more polar

Mercury dropping, with snow, bitter cold to come later

Max Munsey, 21, of Burnt Hills, center, moves to the goal between Frank Emmer, 21, of Burnt Hills, left, and Cameron Munsey, 14, and Jordan Beck, 21, both of Charlton, while playing hockey Tuesday in Indian Meadows Park in Glenville.
Max Munsey, 21, of Burnt Hills, center, moves to the goal between Frank Emmer, 21, of Burnt Hills, left, and Cameron Munsey, 14, and Jordan Beck, 21, both of Charlton, while playing hockey Tuesday in Indian Meadows Park in Glenville.
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Taking a New Year’s Day dip in Lake George may seem a bit more bracing than usual. Temperatures are expected to hover around the low 20s during the village’s annual Polar Plunge this afternoon. That means swimmers participating in the annual rite could find the water a bit more cozy than the sandy shore of Shepard Park Beach. “They might not want to come out,” quipped Linda Duffy, the event’s organizer. Duffy does anticipate fewer ...


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