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Old 08-07-2011, 02:09 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by redneck allstar View Post
Good point!

Yes it does. 212 degrees is at sea level. Im not sure how much it varies upon elevation. I believe that boiling temp goes down the higher in elevation you go. It goes up the lower you go.
A quick google search with "your Town" and Water boiling temp will give you a tempeture of water at any given place.

Example:

620 feet (Chicago's elevation), it boils at 211
degrees; but 1,450 feet up (the top of Sears Tower), at 208 degrees; in Denver, 202 degrees.
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