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FPUS20 KWBN 260050
SCS04
SELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECASTS...PART 4 OF 4
NWS/NDFD TELECOMMUNICATION OPERATIONS CENTER SILVER SPRING MD
750 PM EST TUE NOV 25 2014

TEMPERATURES INDICATE NIGHTTIME LOW...DAYTIME HIGH
B INDICATES TEMPERATURES BELOW ZERO
PRECIPITATION FOR 24 HOURS ENDING AT 7 PM EST

                                FORECAST        FORECAST
                 TUE...NOV 25   WED....NOV 26   THU....NOV 27
CITY             LO/HI   PCPN   WEA     LO/HI   WEA     LO/HI

SALEM OR         54  62         MOCLDY  47/60   RAIN    47/56
SALT LAKE CITY   29  44         PTCLDY  35/52   PTCLDY  35/55
SAN ANGELO       29  63         SUNNY   35/67   SUNNY   31/67
SAN ANTONIO      40  68         SUNNY   39/71   SUNNY   42/69
SAN DIEGO        52  77         SUNNY   52/81   SUNNY   56/81
SAN FRANCISCO    49  65         SUNNY   50/70   PTCLDY  52/67
SAN JOSE         40  67         SUNNY   44/73   PTCLDY  46/70
SAN JUAN PR      76  85   .43   SUNNY   74/85   SUNNY   74/83
SANTA FE         08  44         SUNNY   22/53   SUNNY   26/56
ST STE MARIE     23  27   .42   MOCLDY  12/29   SNOSHW  19/22
SAVANNAH         63  67  1.95   RAIN    50/58   SUNNY   40/59
SEATTLE          47  55   .75   CLOUDY  52/57   RAIN    51/56
SHREVEPORT       34  61         SUNNY   37/67   SUNNY   35/59
SIOUX CITY       11  43         WINDY   28/29   MOCLDY  08/25
SIOUX FALLS      12  37         WINDY   24/25   MOCLDY  02/21
SOUTH BEND       25  28         MOCLDY  21/34   SNOSHW  26/30
SPOKANE          37  40   .14   CLOUDY  37/48   CLOUDY  42/49
SPRINGFIELD IL   28  36         RNSNOW  25/37   MOCLDY  25/32
SPRINGFIELD MO   24  45         MOCLDY  29/44   PTCLDY  24/41
SYRACUSE         40  50   .08   SNOW    29/35   MOCLDY  25/35
TALLAHASSEE      59  61  1.55   SUNNY   45/60   SUNNY   36/63
TAMPA            71  76  2.43   SHWRS   58/64   SUNNY   48/68
TOLEDO           32  32         MOCLDY  25/35   MOCLDY  26/35
TOPEKA           21  48         MOCLDY  33/42   PTCLDY  22/41
TUCSON           38  66         SUNNY   35/75   SUNNY   44/79
TULSA            29  51         PTCLDY  36/56   SUNNY   29/51
TUPELO           34  50         MOCLDY  30/59   SUNNY   33/48
WACO             32  66         SUNNY   39/68   SUNNY   36/63
WASHINGTON DC    56  58         RNSNOW  38/41   MOCLDY  33/43
W PALM BEACH     79  85         SHWRS   72/74   SUNNY   50/73
WICHITA          25  51         WINDY   34/47   SUNNY   24/48
WICHITA FALLS    36  56         SUNNY   37/61   SUNNY   35/62
WILKES BARRE     45  52         SNOW    32/35   MOCLDY  25/36
WILMINGTON DE    55  57         RAIN    40/41   MOCLDY  29/40
YAKIMA           30  54   .01   PTCLDY  39/54   MOCLDY  42/53
YOUNGSTOWN       35  41         FLRRYS  27/36   CLOUDY  26/35
YUMA             51  74         SUNNY   52/79   SUNNY   55/83

NATIONAL TEMPERATURE EXTREMES

HIGH TUE...88 AT PUNTA GORDA FL

LOW  TUE...4 BELOW ZERO AT FOSSTON MN AND GUNNISON CO AND BIGFORK MN AND 4 MILES SOUTHEAST OF GOULD CO


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