Stevie Gets Out His Bike

The Puzzler

RAY: Now I don't know if there's an algebraic way to solve this, but I know how I'd solve it.

It turns out that in the morning when the sun was out and it was balmy, it was 28 degrees Celsius which is 82 degrees Fahrenheit-assuming that whatever algorithm the thing is using is rounding off to the closest whole number, you know.

At night when he came home and it was drizzly and rainy and ugly, it was 16 degrees and 61 degrees.

It has to be between 50 and 99 Fahrenheit. Below 50 is 10 degrees Centigrade, so you can't reverse the digits if it's nine degrees Centigrade, there's nothing to reverse. So between 50 and 99 which is the only possible range here, these are the only temperatures that in my humble opinion where they're reversed.

TOM: The winner is Colleen Novak, she's Kim's daughter. From Atlanta, Georgia.

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