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FPUS20 KWBN 200050
SCS04
SELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECASTS...PART 4 OF 4
NWS/NDFD TELECOMMUNICATION OPERATIONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD
850 PM EDT SAT APR 19 2014

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

                                FORECAST        FORECAST
                 SAT...APR 19   SUN....APR 20   MON....APR 21
CITY             LO/HI   PCPN   WEA     LO/HI   WEA     LO/HI

SALEM OR         39  61   .04   MOCLDY  41/68   MOCLDY  49/63
SALT LAKE CITY   46  72         PTCLDY  51/71   PTCLDY  48/79
SAN ANGELO       57  79         MOCLDY  59/79   MOCLDY  62/88
SAN ANTONIO      56  81         CLOUDY  61/79   MOCLDY  64/84
SAN DIEGO        62  70         PTCLDY  61/71   PTCLDY  61/73
SAN FRANCISCO    51  63         SUNNY   52/73   MOCLDY  53/65
SAN JOSE         50  69         SUNNY   50/80   MOCLDY  52/71
SAN JUAN PR      75  87   .52   MOCLDY  76/85   PTCLDY  73/86
SANTA FE         40  66   .03   MOCLDY  39/69   PTCLDY  39/72
ST STE MARIE     24  42         RAIN    31/47   MOCLDY  35/52
SAVANNAH         57  64   .17   CLOUDY  52/70   PTCLDY  51/77
SEATTLE          43  53   .42   MOCLDY  43/62   CLOUDY  44/63
SHREVEPORT       50  80         MOCLDY  56/82   MOCLDY  60/79
SIOUX CITY       52  79         SHWRS   53/73   PTCLDY  52/71
SIOUX FALLS      53  71         PTCLDY  45/75   SUNNY   47/68
SOUTH BEND       33  64         SUNNY   41/75   SHWRS   50/72
SPOKANE          34  63         PTCLDY  35/58   MOCLDY  39/67
SPRINGFIELD IL   39  75         PTCLDY  49/76   SHWRS   56/73
SPRINGFIELD MO   49  76         MOCLDY  53/76   TSTRMS  57/69
SYRACUSE         36  53   .02   SUNNY   32/67   MOCLDY  38/72
TALLAHASSEE      55  64   .02   MOCLDY  52/70   PTCLDY  51/79
TAMPA            67  71         MOCLDY  61/80   PTCLDY  63/80
TOLEDO           35  54         PTCLDY  33/71   MOCLDY  45/75
TOPEKA           48  79         TSTRMS  58/78   TSTRMS  59/74
TUCSON           60  82         SUNNY   57/86   SUNNY   60/92
TULSA            48  79         MOCLDY  57/79   TSTRMS  61/77
TUPELO           48  79         SUNNY   50/78   MOCLDY  53/78
WACO             46  77         MOCLDY  59/78   MOCLDY  61/81
WASHINGTON DC    47  71         SUNNY   47/63   PTCLDY  43/69
W PALM BEACH     74  87   .25   PTCLDY  63/78   PTCLDY  66/82
WICHITA          46  81         TSTRMS  57/75   MOCLDY  58/73
WICHITA FALLS    52  79         TSTRMS  59/75   MOCLDY  60/81
WILKES BARRE     34  61         SUNNY   30/65   SUNNY   33/71
WILMINGTON DE    40  69         SUNNY   42/62   SUNNY   38/68
YAKIMA           31  65         MOCLDY  34/66   CLOUDY  40/68
YOUNGSTOWN       37  60         SUNNY   37/69   MOCLDY  41/73
YUMA             66  91         SUNNY   68/94   SUNNY   66/98

NATIONAL TEMPERATURE EXTREMES

HIGH SAT...100 AT DEATH VALLEY CA

LOW  SAT...13 AT 6 MILES EAST OF CHAMPION MI


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