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FPUS20 KWBN 220050
SCS04
SELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECASTS...PART 4 OF 4
NWS/NDFD TELECOMMUNICATION OPERATIONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD
850 PM EDT MON JUL 21 2014

TEMPERATURES INDICATE NIGHTTIME LOW...DAYTIME HIGH
B INDICATES TEMPERATURES BELOW ZERO
PRECIPITATION FOR 24 HOURS ENDING AT 8 PM EDT

                                FORECAST        FORECAST
                 MON...JUL 21   TUE....JUL 22   WED....JUL 23
CITY             LO/HI   PCPN   WEA     LO/HI   WEA     LO/HI

SALEM OR         57  80         MOCLDY  58/76   MOCLDY  57/74
SALT LAKE CITY   68  96         SUNNY   68/98   PTCLDY  71/99
SAN ANGELO       77 100         SUNNY   76/99   PTCLDY  73/103
SAN ANTONIO      78  95         PTCLDY  76/96   SUNNY   77/96
SAN DIEGO        70  79         PTCLDY  68/75   PTCLDY  69/78
SAN FRANCISCO    66  76         MOCLDY  62/73   PTCLDY  60/73
SAN JOSE         64  79         PTCLDY  62/79   PTCLDY  61/78
SAN JUAN PR      80  89   .03   SUNNY   78/90   PTCLDY  79/91
SANTA FE         64  93   .14   PTCLDY  60/91   PTCLDY  59/91
ST STE MARIE     58  82         TSTRMS  62/82   SUNNY   60/70
SAVANNAH         75  90   .05   MOCLDY  74/90   MOCLDY  73/93
SEATTLE          57  74         MOCLDY  57/75   SHWRS   57/69
SHREVEPORT       64  90         PTCLDY  68/94   MOCLDY  72/96
SIOUX CITY       72  93         PTCLDY  73/90   SUNNY   63/82
SIOUX FALLS      71  88         PTCLDY  72/86   SUNNY   60/80
SOUTH BEND       61  85         PTCLDY  68/91   MOCLDY  69/77
SPOKANE          54  77         MOCLDY  59/82   TSTRMS  62/79
SPRINGFIELD IL   61  86         PTCLDY  67/92   MOCLDY  71/82
SPRINGFIELD MO   65  88         SUNNY   68/93   TSTRMS  72/90
SYRACUSE         65  89         PTCLDY  65/88   SHWRS   70/85
TALLAHASSEE      74  82   .02   MOCLDY  70/92   MOCLDY  72/93
TAMPA            79  91   .26   MOCLDY  76/92   MOCLDY  78/92
TOLEDO           56  87         SUNNY   64/90   MOCLDY  72/81
TOPEKA           74  98         PTCLDY  77/102  PTCLDY  76/90
TUCSON           81 102         MOCLDY  79/105  VRYHOT  81/108
TULSA            71  92         SUNNY   74/99   PTCLDY  77/99
TUPELO           66  86         MOCLDY  69/90   MOCLDY  70/92
WACO             77  97         SUNNY   74/98   PTCLDY  74/99
WASHINGTON DC    73  86         MOCLDY  69/87   MOCLDY  70/91
W PALM BEACH     78  89         TSTRMS  78/88   TSTRMS  78/89
WICHITA          72  96         SUNNY   75/99   PTCLDY  75/95
WICHITA FALLS    73  96         SUNNY   75/99   PTCLDY  76/102
WILKES BARRE     62  85         PTCLDY  64/84   SHWRS   68/87
WILMINGTON DE    63  84         PTCLDY  68/87   PTCLDY  70/92
YAKIMA           48  81         MOCLDY  61/81   MOCLDY  64/78
YOUNGSTOWN       60  85         PTCLDY  64/87   TSTRMS  70/85
YUMA             80 108         VRYHOT  83/111  VRYHOT  85/114

NATIONAL TEMPERATURE EXTREMES

HIGH MON...114 AT DEATH VALLEY CA

LOW  MON...35 AT BRYCE CANYON UT


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