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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
648 PM PDT MON SEP 1 2014

...HOT JULY AND AUGUST FOR THE INLAND NORTHWEST...

SEVERAL LOCATIONS RANKED IN THE TOP 5 FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR
THE MONTHS OF JULY AND AUGUST.  SEE TABLE BELOW FOR SITES IN NORTH CENTRAL AND
EASTERN WASHINGTON AS WELL AS NORTH IDAHO THAT RANKED IN THE TOP 5.

SITE              JULY/AUGUST AVG TEMP  RECORD (YEAR)   RANK     RECORDS BEGAN

SPOKANE AIRPORT   74.0                  74.0 (2014)     1        1881
LEWISTON AIRPORT  78.5                  78.5 (2014)     1 (TIED) 1881
WENATCHEE AIRPORT 78.9                  78.9 (2014)     1        1959
ROSALIA           71.6                  71.6 (2014)     1        1893
OMAK              76.7                  76.7 (2014)     1        1931
POTLATCH          69.4                  69.4 (2014)     1        1915
LEAVENWORTH       73.2                  73.4 (1958)     2        1914
STEHEKIN          72.3                  73.8 (2003)     3        1906
EPHRATA           78.4                  78.7 (1998)     3        1948
LIND              74.6                  75.3 (1958)     3        1931
PULLMAN           69.6                  71.1 (1998)     4        1940
GRAND COULEE      75.7                  76.7 (1998)     4        1934
RITZVILLE         73.2                  74.6 (1961)     4        1899
ODESSA            73.0                  75.2 (1958)     5        1902

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