Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 20, 1988 · Page 12
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Page 12 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 20, 1988 TODAY'S WEATHER LOGANSPORT INDIANA TEMPERATURES Q] Temperatures Today 39 High 45 Recorded 4:09 p.m. Friday Low 23 Recorded 5:47 a.m. Saturday QWind Today 5 City Evansvllle... Indianapolis. Fort Wayne . South Send. Lafayette ... Terre Haute. HI Lo Free .. 41 29 0.02 .. 42 25 0.01 .. 42 22 0.00 ..40 21 0.00 .. 44 22 0.00 .. 42 25 0.00 Direction NW Wind chill...., 33 Peak gust 32mph Recorded 5:02 p.m. Saturday Q Barometer Today 29.71 Falling Change/Hour 0.01 High 30.01 Recorded9:17a.m. Friday Low 29.71 Recorded 6:57 p.m. Saturday 3 Rainfall Today 0.00 inches Month 0.12 inches Today's readings taken at 7 p.m. Saturday. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 9 a.m. Friday. Zones 1-2 Cloudy Sunday with a 20 percent chance of snow showers during the morning, then partly sunny. Colder with the high near 30. Partly cloudy Sunday night with the low near 20. Partly sunny and warmer Monday with the high near 40. Zones 3-fl Cloudy Sunday with a few morning flurries, then partly sunny. High 25 to 30. Partly cloudy Sunday night with the low near 20. Partly sunny and warmer Monday with the high near 40. Zones 4-5-7 Cloudy Sunday with a few morning flurries, then partly sunny. Cold, with the high in the lower 30s. Partly cloudy Sunday night with the low near 20. Partly sunny and warmer Monday with the high in the lower 40s. Zones 9-10 Mostly cloudy Sunday with a few morning flurries, then partly sunny. High in the middle 30s. Partly cloudy Sunday night with the low 20 to 25. Partly sunny and warmer Monday with high 40 to 45. Zones 8-12-13 Mostly cloudy Sunday with a few morning flurries, then partly sunny. High in the middle 30s. Partly cloudy Sunday night with the low 20 to 25. Partly sunny and warmer Monday with high 40 to 45. Warner £— Jennifer Schroder, 11, Franklin [D»w»f[70° |MlrvM*potal30° FLURRIES CMLIY , |C*l*hom.CltYJ74 ; l Ailantu 60° |EIP»»o| jHotakmlTSn 1 - -__ *• ' Spring arrives on the calendar Sunday, but Old Man Winter was keeping its grip on Indiana (or at least one more day. The forecast included overnight snow in northwest and extreme northern Indiana with accumulations of up to an inch. Skies were expected to become sunny Sunday with highs near 30 north to 40 to 45 south. Lows Sunday night were expected to range from near 20 north to about 30 south. Partly sunny Monday and warmer with the highs in the upper 30s to the upper 40s. A warm up will begin Monday and by Tuesday readings will be in the 50s and 60s, the National Weather Service said, Mild temperatures and spring showers were expected Wednesday. EXTENDED Mostly cloudy Tuesday and warmer with the lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s to the lower 60s. Chance of rain Wednesday. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the middle 50s to the middle 60s. Partly cloudy Thursday. Lows in the 40s and highs in the 50s. NATIONAL MAP. Evt 50' 30 20 20 BREEZY 80 FLURRIES ;COLO 80 CLEAR 80- -60 COOL, FRONTS: Static Occluded RAIN SHOWERS 80" Map shows maximum temperatures. Temperatures Indicate previous day's high and overnight low to 8 a.m. EST. HI Lo Prc Otlk 36 26 cdy 54 28 clr 38 18 cdy 50 37 .43 clr 42 37 cdy 45 38 clr 53 33 .06 clr 47 33 an 34 23 .04 sn 38 28 .01 cdy Albany,N.Y Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore Birmingham Boston Buffalo Burlington, VI. Caaper Charleston,S.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cleveland Columbfa.S.C. Concord, N.H. 40 26 clr 59 48 .86 clr 40 27 clr 41 23 cdy 36 29 .07 cdy 56 44 .62 clr 44 20 clr Dallaa-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Des Molnea Detroit Evansvllle Fairbanks Flagstaff Great Falls Hartford Honolulu Indianapolis Jackson,Mlsa. Jacksonville Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Beach Milwaukee .35 cdy New Orleans 57 40 .02 clr New York City 45 35 cir Norfolk.Va. 58 41 .53 clr Oklahoma City 44 30 clr Omaha 48 24 cdy Orlando ' 72 58 1.63 clr Philadelphia 47 36 .01 cdy Phoenix 77 54 clr Portland.Maine 44 27 clr Portland.Ore. 71 40 rn Providence 45 31 sn Raleigh 53 41 .31 cdy Reno 72 30 clr Richmond 54 38 .25 clr St Louis 44 25 cdy Salt Lake City 51 29 cir San Diego 74 52 clr National Temperature Extremes High - 86 at Palm Springs, Calif. Low — 1 below zero at Gunnlson, Colo. NATIONAL WEAtHiR Winter out with a bang in North-Central U.S. The last full day of winter made itself felt with a blast of cold arctic air across the north-central United States on Saturday, plunging afternoon temperatures into the teens in northern Minnesota and Upper Michigan. Spring begins at 4:39 a.m. EST Sunday. Daytime temperatures remained below freezing from the northeast half of North Dakota through much of the Great Lakes to New England. Strong northerly winds ushering the cold air into the north-central United States were expected to produce squalls and heavy snow in parts of Ohio and Pennsylvania on Saturday night. Heavy snow warnings were issued for northeastern Ohio and northwestern Pennsylvania, where 6 to 10 inches of snow was expected. It was also unseasonably cool in parts of Texas, where morning temperatures dipped into the 20s and 30s. Several cities set low-temperature records for the date, including El Paso with 22 degrees; Del Rio, 29; Corpus Christ), 30; and Brownsville, 38. The upper Midwest and Northeast had scattered snow showers, while the Carolinas and the mid-Atlantic Coast region had sporadic light rain. What is the coldest Washington, D.C.I ever been in Minus 15 degrees on Feb. 11.1899 Faces New sound for 'older' group DETROIT (AP) — An "older, more mature" Doobie Brothers will be cutting a new album soon, followed by a road tour featuring the rock 'n' roll band's original members. The record deal with Capitol Record came after a successful 10-show reunion tour last summer. The as-yet untitled album will feature all new material written and performed by the original band members — lead singers and guitarists Tommy Johnston and Patrick Simmons, drummers John Hartman and Michael Hossack, and bassist Tiran Porter. Also in the band is Bobby LaKind, who joined the first band in 1976. The album is due out in late summer and will be followed by a national tour, Hartman said. "We're older, more mature. Our whole outlook is totally different," Hartman said. "We've seen just about everything we're going to see as far as the road goes." Hartman said he's not sure how a younger generation will take to the original Doobies. Mother Teresa invited to visit South Africa PRETORIA, South Africa f (AP) — The Roman Catholic archdiocese has asked Nobel Peace Prize winner Mother Teresa of Calcutta to help another impoverished population, those living in Winterveld, north of Pretoria. Archbishop George Daniel said Saturday the church has ... T invited Mother Teresa to visit Mother leresa South Africa in August, but she has not yet replied. Daniel said Mother Teresa had been invited to South Africa because the church was expecting other nuns in her order to work in Winterveld. Pope John Paul II is skipping South Africa on his five-nation southern Africa tour in September. Mother Teresa won the NobeJ Peace Prize in 1979 for working among the poor of India. Mother of quints getting organized ROYAL OAK, Mich. (AP) - Micheleand Raymond L'Esperance may be in the market soon for a good babysitter, or two. or three or four. All of the couple's five babies, the nation's first, test-tube quintuplets, are home following the release of the last two infants from a suburban Detroit hospital. Veronica and Alexandria L'Ksperance, who were placed on ventilators after they were born Jan. 11, left the hospital Friday in a limousine with their parents. The quints, who were born 10 weeks prematurely by Caesarean section, are considered healthy, said hospital spokeswoman Valerie Mahaczek. Raymond, Danielle and Erica left the hospital March 7, but the other two stayed behind until they were able to put, on more weight. "I'm awake a lot," saidMichele, 34. "Actually it's really not as bad as I thought, once you get into kind of a routine.'' "She's got everything pretty organized," said her husband, a 27-year-old corrections officer. "And it really isn't difficult for me to come home and pick up a baby and feed one and pick up another one after that. 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