Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 21, 1988 · Page 14
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Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 21, 1988 TODAY'S INDIANA TEMPERATURES ~^\ Temperatures Today 31 High 46 Recorded 4:06 p.m. Sunday Low 24 Recorded 6:14 a.m. Sunday Q Wind Today 13 Direction SE Wind chill 24 Peak gust 37mph Recorded 11:18 p.m. Saturday ]] Barometer Today 30.22 Steady Change/Hour 0.00 High 30.23 Recorded 8:07 a.m. today Low 29.67 Recorded 9:36 a.m. Saturday "^ Rainfall Today 0.00 inches Month 0.12 inches Today's readings laKen at 9 a. m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 7 p.m. Saturday. City HI Evansvllle 61 Indianapolis 46 Fort Wayne 31 South Bend 31 Lafayette na Terra Haute na Lo Prec 37 0.00 28 trace 19 0.03 14 0.02 na trace . 51 32 trace not available Zones 1-2-3-6 Mostly clear and cold tonight. Low In the mid 20s. Mostly sunny and much warmer Tuesday. High in the low to mid 60s. Zones 4-5-7-10 Mostly clear and cold tonight. Low In the mid 20s. Mostly sunny and much warmer Tuesday. High 55 to 60. Zones 84-12-13 Mostly clear and cold tonight. Low in the upper 20s to around 30. Mostly sunny and much warmer Tuesday. High 60 to 65. Zones 11-14-15 Mostly clear and a little cooler tonight. Low In the mid to upper 30s. Mostly sunny and much warmer Tuesday. High 65 to 70. Cathy Packard, 11, Franklin Spring has sprung In central Indiana, but It will be another day before warmer temperatures arrive, the National Weather Service said. Afternoon highs today reached the mid to upper 30s in the north while some parts of the extreme southwest hovered near 60. Those readings were an Increase from morning temperatures of 18 degrees In the north to the mid 30s In the south. The large differences in temperatures should even out as high pressure presently In eastern Canada moves southeast to central Pennsylvania Tuesday. The cold northeast flow that kept the chill in northern Indiana will gradually warm as It becomes southeasterly on Tuesday. A chance of showers Wednesday through Friday. Warmer with lows In the middle 40s to lower 50s Wednesday and highs in the middle 60s to lower 70s. Cooler Thursday and Friday. Lows In the 40s and highs in the 50s to the lower 60s. 50 SNOW RAIN SHOWERS Map shows maximum temperatures. Temperatures Indicate day's high and overnight low EST. HI Lo 34 21 75 30 80 33 « 25 M 32 Albtny.N.Y. Albuquerque Amvlllo Anchorage Ashavllto Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Burllneton.Vt. Casper Ch»rleston,S.C. Chicago Cincinnati Clsvelind Cdumbl«,S.C. Columtma.Ohlo M 38 47 34 77 41 48 31 40 14 57 38 N 42 36 21 45 33 28 21 70 38 33 25 previous to 8 p.m. Pro Otlk .01 ctr clr clr cdy cdy clr clr cdy .01 cir 09 clr cdy clr .06 clr cdy .33 cdy clr .07 cdy Concord.N.H. Dalla»-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Dei Mclnci Detroit Evinivlll* Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Batch MIdland-Gdms* New York City Nodolk.Vs. North Pkttte Oklahoma City Omaha i'fc 34 10 83 38 38 28 66 36 80 27 2» 16 61 37 85 71 73 53 46 29 8» » 58 42 84 34 74 42 65 51 83 36 41 31 60 34 73 » 79 44 70 2» M cdy clr .04 cdy cdy cdy .04 cdy cdy clr cdy cdy cdy cdy clr clr cdy clr M clr clr cdy clr clr Orlando Philadelphia Reno Richmond Sacramento SI Louis Salt Lake City Ssn Antonio SsnDtogo San Francisco Sioux Fills Spokani Syracuse Tamps-SI Ptrsbg Topakt Tucson 66 4« 45 34 74 » 56 2t 80 44 64 39 71 40 77 32 82 54 71 49 54 23 54 43 25 19 66 45 78 30 88 51 cdy clr cdy clr clr clr cdy cdy cdy clr cdy cdy .01 cdy cdy clr clr National Tempersture Extremis for Sunday Low — 7 B»k>w at tronwood, Minn. High-95 (tYums, Ariz. Snow in Great Lakes; rain in Northwest Scattered snow (ell in the lower Great Lakes region and along the mid-Atlantic Coast today, while a cold front brought rain to the Pacific Northwest. The Southwest had temperatures in the 50s and 60s early today, following readings in the 80s and 90s on Sunday in California and southern Arizona. Yuma, Ariz., had the nation's high Sunday with 95 degrees. The heaviest snow today was In the lower Great Lakes region due to squalls near shore. Forecasters posted lake snow advisories In New York state along the shore of Lake Ontario, where up to 5 inches was possible. In the Pacific Northwest, heavier rainfall totals for the six-hour period ending at 1 a.m. EST Included about a quarter of an Inch at Hoquiam and Fort Lewis, Wash. Skies were partly cloudy across much of the northern half of the nation; clear sides prevailed In the South. Today's forecast called for rain scattered across the northern Plateau and Pacific Northwest; snow scattered across northern areas of Maine; wind, gusty at times, across the northern third of the Rockies. Does the body adapt better to a hot or cold climate? Hot Climate Faces Pacino to play Marc Anthony NEW YORK (AP) - Et tu, Al? That's right, Al Pacino, like his predecessor Marlon Brando, is bringing an urban accent and street-wise ways to the patrician role of Marc Antony in a production of "Julius Caesar" this week. "Casting Brando was a great idea because Brando is a great actor — and so is Al," the producer, Joseph Papp, said in an interview published Sunday in The New York Times. When the film version of "Julius Caesar" was made in 1953, Brando was best known as the brutal Stanley Kowalski in' 'A Streetcar Named Desire." Nevertheless, he won favorable reviews for his portrayal of the highbrow Antony. "The image, the idea that Brando had done it, was an encouragement to me to think that I could do it too," said Pacino, who grew up in the South Bronx. But he insisted, "I have taken my own route." Eastwood fans offer to pay his ticket EVERETT, Pa. (AP) - Some Clint Eastwood fans showed they have a soft spot in their hearts for the tough-guy actor when they offered to pay his delinquent $63 fine for a 1977 speeding ticket. "The phones have been buzzing" since news of Eastwood's ticket was publicized a week ago, said District Justice Marion L. Morgret of this western Pennsylvania community. One Altoona resident sent a $63 check for Eastwood's fine and asked for a receipt as proof of payment. Dukakis' cousin Olympia also in big contest _ NEW YORK (AP)-While Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis campaigns for the presidency, another Dukakis is quietly in the running for her own version of the American Dream. Olympia Dukakis, the governor's first cousin, says she^ "jumped up and down 50 times, ^ like a child, "when she learned n , . she had been nominated for an Dukakis Oscar.as best supporting actress for her performance as Cher's mother in the hit comedy "Moonstruck." The Greek -American actress, probably best known for her "Aunt Millie" spaghetti commercials, says she thinks it's good luck that her cousin won the New Hampshire Democratic- primary in the same week she received her nomination. "There's something going on, up in the stars," she says in this week's People magazine. Looking For Something Spociol? Find it in the Classified Section In Memory of our Mother Grandmother Nellie Harriett March 21,1973 Nothing can ever take away, The love a heart holds dear, Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps her near Loved Missed by Edie, Gary, Lee Grandchildren ( WATER HEATER PROBLEMS? | i For Replacement or Repairs i J CALL 753-3790 J V JIM DAVIDSON I I B&M Plumbing & Heating j STYLE ATTRACTION SALON Full Family Service OPEN MON. THROUGH SAT. We carry NEXUS products! 722-1361 927 Erie Ave. MS. LEE PSYCHIC PALM READER & ADVISOR 283 W. MAIN • PERU Witt h»lp you In your buiin*», marring*. 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Catfish Fillets -Also Available Shrimp & Chef Salads* Don't forget Wednesday Night-Broasted Chicken 430 North St. Logansport All Pepsi 7-UP Coke Products 2 Liter 19 THE STORE THAT SERVICE BUIIT! 301 E. Mkt. 722-4400 Downtown or logonspoM 753-3300 Lewis Pies 3 for 99* Stone Ground Wheat 99* M DINNER BELL lOlb.SmoM 1 Lb. Lwnchmtat Packq« AnttHetDo9«*l" WILSON Savory Bacon 99V fCKRICH . . ,. Hot**. *1 M ECKRICH " Froth ECKHICH HI. 11 «*ll 1 LB. ^ _ _ A Swiage ."!?•..*| 6 * Prairit Fwmi Ntwfra 2% Milk $169 | (M All '/2 Gallons $|09 Cottage Cheese 29 M.I DINNHBIU Cotmtry Store Bacon 99V 32oz. Travel Mug $]99 Ruffles 99 < HERSHET Peanut Butter Eggi 3 f.r99< 5

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