Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 22, 2015 · Page D12
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Page12D Thursday, October 22, 2015 DemocratandChronicle.com NATIONAL WEATHER TODAY Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. FRI X SAT J. JL SUN Partly sunny 57 39 14 Celsius 4 MON J. JL A morning shower or two; mostly cloudy 63 38 17 Celsius 3 Partly sunny and cooler 49 35 10 Celsius 2 Turning cloudy and warmer; a p.m. shower 62 48 17 Celsius 9 A morning shower; otherwise, mostly cloudy 55 40 13 Celsius 4 TODAY -A in -10s -Os Os 10s 20s Os 50s 60s 70s 80s ll TgFWIFIIILll w w -w m m m - w - "We've Got You Covered" com 2555 showers t-storms rain flurries snow ice cold front warm front stationary front National Summary: Rain will precede a push of cool air in the Northeast today. Rough surf will continue in eastern Florida. Rain will affect the Plains and Southwest with flooding possible in southern areas. Showers will linger over the Four Corners states. Most other areas will be sunny. REGIONAL WEATHER TODAY Shown is today's weather. Temperatures are today's highs and tonight's lows. 9 ALMANAC Rochester through 5 p.m. Wednesday TEMPERATURE -A j -... i. LAKE ONTARIO Level as of 7 a.m. Wed. 244.88 ft. Oct. long-term average 244.78 ft. Potsdam 6333 9 Deep-water temperature 58 SUN AND MOON 62753 58740 in 2007 in 1974 55747 Highlow Normal highlow Record high 80c Record low 21 c Last year highlow ' j If you have a subscription, then you're an Insider! Log-in and start taking advantage of your Insider perks today! Toronto 6034 a Watertown 6034 4 -A THE SUN rise set Today 7:32 a.m. 6:17 p.m. Possible sun 10 hr., 45 min. Friday 7:34 a.m. 6:16 p.m. Possible sun 10 hr., 42 min. THE MOON rise set Today 3:29 p.m. 1:28 a.m. Friday 4:06 p.m. 2:37 a.m. MOON PHASES Full Last New First Rochester 6338 9 Saratoga j Springs I 6639 9 Syracuse 6437 0 9 Buffalo 6239 Albanya -7141 F-J L'.T-H J.'L ILL Fj LI LI H L'.H I L t-BM Ithaca 6636 PRECIPITATION (in inches) 24 hours through 5 p.m. Wed. 0.01" Month to date 1 .38" Normal month to date 1 .86" Year to date 31.58" Normal year to date 27.84" WIND Average 3.0 mph Peak gust 7 mph Direction East-northeast HEATING DEGREE DAYS An index of energy consumption indicating how many degrees the average temperature was below 65 degrees for the day with negative values counting as zero. Wednesday 7 Season to date 321 Normal season to date 449 Last season to date 360 Jamestown 5937 Binghamton 6437 9 . -'- -. Poughkeepsie " J 7441 I Oct 27 Nov 3 Nov 11 Nov 19 SNOWFALL (in inches) Rochester through 5 p.m. Wed. trace trace IMC Democrat & Chronicle LAKE ONTARIO: Wind west 10-20 knots. Seas 1-3 feet. Showers. FINGER LAKES: Cloudy with a shower this afternoon. ADIRONDACKS: A shower this morning; cooler this afternoon. ALBANY: Spotty showers this afternoon. NEW YORK CITY: Warm with sunshine mixing with some clouds. TORONTO: Sunshine and patchy clouds. White Plains r 0.0 0.0 0.0 Wed. 7245 S 9- Month Normal Season Normal BUFFALO: A shower this morning; otherwise, mostly cloudy. SYRACUSE: Rather cloudy with a X Montauk 6752 New York City 7452 ,J to date M-T-D to date S-T-D Rochester season to date Trace Buffalo season to date Trace Syracuse season to date 0.4" stray shower this afternoon. Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2015 ON THE WEB: Click weather at DemocratandChronicle.com NATIONAL CITIES INTERNATIONAL CITIES AccuWeather.com Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri. 46 28 pc 84 72 pc 68 48 s 77 48 pc 90 71 t 32 r 74 1 48 pc 47 s 72 t Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri. Albuquerque 61 45 pc 65 46 pc Columbia, SC 80 50 s 82 55 s Memphis 84 65 s 83 68 pc Reno 69 38 pc 68 39 pc Anchorage 42 34 pc 42 36 pc Columbus, OH 75 47 c 68 53 s Miami 85 75 sh 85 75 sh Richmond 77 53 s 70 42 s Asheville 76 43 s 77 49 s Dallas 77 69 1 78 66 r Midland 76 59 1 76 56 pc Sacramento 84 51 s 82 52 pc Atlanta 79 56 s 81 57 s Denver 51 40 r 61 37 pc Milwaukee 61 47 s 62 57 pc St. Louis 82 61 pc 74 61 r Atlantic City 72 52 s 62 46 s Des Moines 67 57 pc 68 51 r Minneapolis 62 47 pc 59 47 r St. Petersburg 86 71 pc 87 70 s Austin 80 70 1 82 64 r Detroit 67 42 s 60 49 s Missoula 58 30 pc 56 25 pc Salt Lake City 64 45 pc 62 42 pc Baltimore 76 49 s 64 39 s Fairbanks 32 23 c 35 23 s Nashville 80 52 s 82 62 s San Antonio 82 73 1 81 69 r Billings 67 42 c 59 37 pc Fargo 67 46 pc 55 39 r Newark 76 49 s 61 41 s San Diego 76 64 pc 78 66 pc Birmingham 82 59 s 83 61 s Flagstaff 55 34 pc 58 32 pc New Orleans 82 68 pc 84 70 pc San Francisco 75 57 s 74 56 pc Boise 64 39 pc 63 42 pc Helena 63 35 s 58 30 pc Norfolk 75 55 s 68 51 s San Juan, PR 90 77 pc 90 76 1 Boston 70 46 c 53 39 s Honolulu 89 76 pc 88 75 s Oklahoma City 74 65 1 79 58 c Santa Fe 58 37 pc 63 37 pc Brownsville 86 76 1 86 73 1 Houston 78 72 1 84 70 1 Omaha 69 58 c 74 48 r Seattle 58 46 pc 58 46 pc Burlington, VT 64 37 sh 48 30 pc Indianapolis 77 55 pc 77 60 pc Orlando 85 68 pc 86 67 pc Sioux Falls 64 53 pc 63 43 r Casper 61 37 sh 58 31 pc Jackson, MS 86 63 s 88 65 c Philadelphia 76 52 s 63 43 s Spokane 62 37 s 59 37 pc Charleston, SC 79 55 pc 81 58 s Jacksonville 81 62 pc 80 61 pc Phoenix 80 63 s 84 63 s Tampa 87 70 pc 88 69 s Charleston, WV 76 53 s 74 54 pc Kansas City 76 60 pc 73 51 r Pittsburgh 72 42 c 62 47 s Trenton 75 47 s 6137 s Charlotte, NC 78 48 s 80 54 s Key West 85 77 pc 84 78 pc Portland, ME 64 39 r 52 32 pc Tucson 74 53 pc 78 55 s Cheyenne 48 39 r 56 32 pc Las Vegas 78 59 s 80 58 s Portland, OR 64 43 pc 66 45 pc Wash., DC 77 55 s 67 45 s Chicago 62 49 s 69 59 pc Little Rock 85 64 pc 81 63 sh Providence 72 44 c 56 35 s W. 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J 1 1 lVJK J V X 1 . . i mnim - mm m ROB HARRIS AND GRAHAM DUNBAR ASSOCIATED PRESS ZURICH - As the number of World Cup voters publicly accused of wrongdoing reached 17, German soccer great Franz Beckenbauer and FIFA vice president Angel Maria Villar are waiting to discover if they will be found guilty of obstructing the investigation into the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests. Five years after the 2018 tournament was awarded to Russia and the Middle East was given its first World Cup in Qatar in 2022, the shock-waves from the landmark dual decision by a much-discredited FIFA executive committee still reverberate throughout the soccer world. Although the Russian and Qatari successes, along with the conduct of rival bids, have been tainted by five years of allegations, FIFA's ethics judge ruled last year there was not enough evidence to prove that the decisions were corrupt. But the contests remain subject to a criminal investigation in Switzerland where the attorney general is examining if there was financial wrongdoing, including money laundering. Two members of FIFA's 24-man executive committee were suspended even before the 2010 vote after being caught in newspaper stings. Eight voters have since been banned or suspended from duty following ethics investigations. Two voters, including acting FIFA President He'll be at practice, around town and at Wembley Stadium for Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Look for his coverage on DemocratandChronicle.com, our BillsXtra app and in our print editions. You can also follow him on Twitter at salmaiorana. Issa Hayatou, were linked to bribes in a British parliamentary hearing, and three others have been implicated in investigations or media reports. Hayatou has denied any wrongdoing. Both Beckenbauer and Villar now serving as FIFA's No. 2 official while President Sepp Blatter is suspended have been investigated by ethics prosecutors and are awaiting verdicts in their cases. The two men would face sanctions if found guilty of obstructing then-FIFA prosecutor Garcia's investigation, ethics committee spokesman Marc Tenbuecken told The Associated Press. Beckenbauer and Villar have previously been identified by media as targets of the bidding investigation but were only publicly named Wednesday after FIFA's executive committee agreed to lift strict secrecy rules it imposed on the ethics committee in 2012. The official disclosure inflicts more damage on FIFA, which is reeling from waves of corruption allegations that led the ethics committee two weeks ago to suspend Blatter and Michel Plati-ni, who was previously the front-runner to succeed him running the world's most popular sport. In a wide-ranging statement, the ethics committee said it aimed to judge Blatter and Platini, the UEFA leader, during their 90-day suspensions. Blatter is also under criminal investigation by Swiss authorities for a suspected "disloyal payment" of around $2 million from FIFA funds in 2011 to Platini, who was also questioned. Both deny wrongdoing. At the FIFA Congress in May, Blatter suggested that choosing Russia and Qatar as World Cup hosts was the catalyst for investigators targeting the governing body. The Russian and Qatari wins over losing bidders including England, Australia and the United States provoked rifts among former allies and intense scrutiny of allegations of bribery, financial favors and rules-breaking voting pacts. o u o Democrat & Chronicle

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