Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 22, 1988 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 22, 1988
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Page 10 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 22, 1988 TODAY'S WEATHER INDIANA TEMPERATUHIS ^ Temperatures Today 34 High 44 Recorded 2:50 p.m. Monday Low 25 Recorded 5:42 a.m. today ^ Wind Today 5 Direction E Wind chill 28 Peak gust 18mph Recorded8:53a.m. today ^] Barometer Today 30.21 Rising Change/Hour 0.03 High 30.27 Recorded 10:05 a.m. Monday City High Low Precip Evansville 58 33 0.00 Indianapolis 45 25 0.00 Fort Wayne 36 22 0.00 South Bend 35 16 0.00 Lafayette 42 28 0.00 Terre Haute 51 29 o.OO . 30.21 Low Recorded 3:39a.m. today "1 Rainfall Today 0.00 inches Month 0.12 inches Today's readings taken at 9 a.m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 9 a.m. yesterday. 1-2-4: Fair and mild tonight. Low in the upper 30s to near 40. Mostly sunny and warm Wednesday. High in the upper 50s to low 60s. 3-6: Fair and mild tonight. Low 35 to 40. Mostly sunny and warm Wednesday. High 60 to 65. 5-7-10: Fair and mild tonight. Low in the upper 30s to around 40. Mostly sunny and warm Wednesday. High in the mid 60s. 8-9-12-13: Fair and mild tonight. Low around 40. Mostly sunny and warm Wednesday. High 65 to 70. 11-14-15: Fair and mild tonight. Low around 45. Mostly sunny and warm Wednesday. High in the low 70s. Mark Maroney, 10, Longfellow Warmer air moved toward Indiana as a high pressure system slipped east of the state and temperatures reached seasonal norms for the first day since spring began Sunday, the National Weather Service said. Today's highs reached into the 50s and mid 60s, except in the northeast portion of the state where afternoon temperatues were in the upper 40s. Tonight won't be quite as cool with lows in the mid 30s and mid 40s. Winds will shift to the south as high presssure reaches the Atlantic seaboard Wednesday. Sunshine will abound with highs in the 60s and low 70s. Showers and scattered thundershowers Wednesday night will precede cooler air spreading into Indiana on Thursday. Thursday through Saturday: A chance of showers each day. Mild Thursday with highs in the 60s to near 70 and lows in the 40s to low 50s. Cooler Friday and Saturday, with highs In the 50s to low 60s and lows in the 40s. FRONTS: Map shows maximum temperatures. Albany.N.Y. Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Baltimore Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charlestons.C. Charlotte,N.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus,Ohio Denver Detroit Flagstaff Hartford Helena HI Lo 22 07 76 36 35 24 78 47 42 27 25 12 77 48 20 13 73 54 77 47 85 40 35 25 43 26 29 13 38 22 74 43 32 18 63 19 28 12 55 35 Prc Otlk cdy cdy cdy clr clr clr cdy M cdy clr cdy cdy cdy clr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy clr cdy Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Beach Milwaukee Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk.Va. Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia 86 73 76 54 45 25 77 42 m 34 69 36 82 46 81 52 78 56 55 30 79 53 68 53 29 21 73 51 73 48 33 21 42 32 81 46 SB 30 74 44 40 23 clr cdy cdy clr rn cdy clr cdy clr clr cdy cdy .01 cdy cdy clr clr clr clr cdy clr clr Phoenix Pittsburgh Raleigh Sacramento St Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan,P.R Seattle Shreyeport Tucson Tulsa Washington,D.C. National Temperature Extremes lor Monday Low — 15 Below Zero at Marquette Mich. High — 93 at Borrego Calif. Freezing in Northeast; Warm and mild in South Wintry temperatures gripped the Northeast today as mild weather prevailed over southern states. Temperatures were generally below freezing in the nation's northeast quarter, with readings in the teens and single digits over much of the Great Lakes region and the northern Atlantic Coast. A reading of 7 degrees shortly after midnight set a record in Binghamton, N.Y. The old record low for the date was 8 degrees in 1965. In contrast, readings were in the 50s and 60s in the southern and central Plains and the valleys and deserts of the Southwest. Highs Monday were in the 80s. Wet weather was confined to widely scattered rainshowers in the Northwest. Snow fell in some higher elevations, and snow advisories were in effect for the Cascade Mountains, where 6 to 10 inches were considered possible today and tonight. Clouds were over much of the Rockies, as well as the northern Plains and the Northwest. Today's forecast called for scattered showers in the Pacific Northwest and southern Minnesota, possible snow in northern Minnesota and scattered snow in northern Maine. How many times has Lake Ontario become fronzen enough to trek between Toronto and Rochester? Only twice in 1B75 and 1934 Faces Vanna becomes a goddess Vanna Vanna White, the queen of the! letter-turners, plans to become I "The Goddess of Love" in an| NBC movie of the same name. In the movie planned for next I year, Miss White portrays the I Roman goddess Venus, who! comes to life when a young man 1 places his fiancee's wedding | ring on the statue's finger. The comedy will be in the mold) of "Splash," "Bewitched" and "I Dream of Jeannie." It's the first film for Miss White, who has become a celebrity phenomenon on the highly popular game show' 'Wheel of Fortune.'' She has appeared on such shows as "Simon & Simon," "227" and "It's Garry Shandling's Show." Bob Hope recovering from prostate surgery Comedian Bob Hope is in I excellent condition after undergoing surgery for what was described as a benign condition of his prostate, his publicist | says. The 84-year-old comedian does | not have cancer, spokesman Jim Mahoney said after the surgery j Monday. Hope was operated on at the University of Southern California Kenneth Norris Jr. Cancer Hospital and is expected to be released late this week, said Mahoney. Mahoney said the operation, common for older men, was similar to a procedure performed on President Reagan early last year to remove fibrous tissue filling the prostate. Hope Dr. Westphall disrupts taping of St. Elsewhere Ed Flanders bewildered his fellow actors and angered producers when he delivered an unplanned speech on death during his sentimental return for the last episode of NBC's "St. Elsewhere." Flanders, who earlier this season left his role as Dr. Donald Westphall, was back for a farewell to the series, which is leaving the air at the end of the season. The script taped Friday called for Flanders, as Westphall, to make a touching statement about beginnings and endings at St. Eligius Hospital, otherwise known as "St. Elsewhere," President's chief-of-staff chases house burglar President Reagan presented White House Chief of Staff Howard Baker with a new presidential Medal of Freedom to replace the one missing from Baker's home after a weekend break-in. Baker "is probably the only person who has received two Medals of Freedom," White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater said Monday. Baker Baker and his wife, Joy, were sitting in their living room Saturday evening when an alarm sounded. Baker went downstairs to his study to fix what he thought would be an alarm sensor fallen from a window pane. Instead, he discovered a burglar stealing expensive camera equipment and the former Tennessee senator's Medal of Freedom. Baker chased the thief upstairs, downstairs and out while his wife phoned police and White House security. The burglar dropped most of the items while being chased through the house and fled into the street. Linda's address is unclassified SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Singer Linda Ronstadt called San Francisco Chronicle columnist Herb Caen a "creep" for publishing the address of her new home here, the newspaper reported today. Ronstadt, 41, recently bought the house for $2.55 million in the city's ritzy Pacific Heights neighborhood. Although she hasn't moved in, she is thinking about selling it. "There's too much publicity about it, and it's not a good idea to live there," said Ronstadt, who is on a national tour. "It's kind of a security risk." According to the newspaper, after Caen published the address, Ronstadt said it made her "not like the house, and it made me not like the neighborhood, and it made me not like the city, and it made me not like to live there. That's the end of it." After success as a folk-rock singer with the band Stone Poneys in 1968, Ronstadt became one of the biggest rock stars of the '70s with songs such as "You're No Good," "When Will I be Loved?," "Heat Wave," "Blue Bayou," and "It's So Easy." Her latest album, "Canciones de Mi Padre," consists of traditional Mexican songs, which she sings in Spanish. Ronstadt was born to parents of German and Mexican descent. Linda Ronstadt Looking for a bike for the student in your family? Check classified. 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