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A limited-access bypass used variously by Routes 9, 10, 12, and 101 passes around the north, west, and south sides of downtown.
Keene is served by Dillant–Hopkins Airport, located just south of the city in Swanzey. The average high temperature in July is 82 °F (28 °C), and the record high for Keene is 102 °F (39 °C). S., periods of high humidity can raise heat indices to near 110 °F (43 °C).
Land was set off for the towns of Sullivan and Roxbury, although Keene would annex 154 acres (0.62 km Situated on an ancient lake bed surrounded by hills, the valley with fertile meadows was excellent for farming.
The Ashuelot River was later used to provided water power for sawmills, gristmills and tanneries.
The city retains a considerable inventory of fine Victorian architecture from its mill town era.
An example is the Keene Public Library, which occupies a Second Empire mansion built about 1869 by manufacturer Henry Colony.
After the railroad was constructed to the town in 1848, numerous other industries were established.
In 2011, radical activist Thomas Ball immolated himself on the steps of a courthouse in Keene to protest what he considered the court system's abuse of divorced fathers' rights. The highest point in Keene is the summit of Grays Hill in the city's northwest corner, at 1,388 feet (423 m) above sea level.
During the summer, Keene can get hit by thunderstorms from the west, but the Green Mountains to the west often break up some of the storms, so that Keene doesn't usually experience a thunderstorm at full strength.
The last time a tornado hit Cheshire County was in 1997. The most recent such winter was 2002–2003, when Keene received 112.5 inches (2,860 mm) of snow.
Passenger decline and track conditions forced the Green Mountain to end service on the Ashuelot Branch in 1983 and return operating rights to the B&M.
However, there were no longer enough customers to warrant service on the line.