Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 16, 1970 · Page 45
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 45

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KU-LoLlU CIT 28-A The Arizona Republic Pboenh, Sm., Aag. 1«, 1971 Complete weather roundup Data From U S. Wf ATHt» IUICAU - ISJ* TiiartiSlMw Hif|h Temperoturtt ti Suiunty !•(•< FrtcitilaKk* Hoi lnJkol.il- Cumuli MOON PMAStS today at 5:50 a.m., sets moon rises at 6:32 p.m., ARIZONA FORECASTS Northeastern Plateau—widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers today and tomorrow. Warmer tomorrow. Highs 80-95, lows 5065. North Central Mountains, Mogollon Rim and White Mountains — Scattered afternoon an evening thundershowers today and tomorrow. Warmer tomorrow. Highs 759(H lows 45-60. Southeastern Valleys — Scattered thunderstorms today and tomorrow in the afternoons and evenings; locally heavy rainfall. Little temperature change. Highs in the 90s, lows 60-75. Western Valleys — Widely scattered nighttime thunderstorm activity continuing through tomorrow. Some decrease in clouds and warmer tomorrow afternoon. Highs 95105, lows in the 70s. For detailed. Phoenix weather forecast call ?73-7ill. For state forecast Call 275'6341. Phoenix Rainfall Since Jan. 1 3.76 inches Average to date .. 4.03 inches Rain probability . 30 per cent 24-HOUR REPORT (TO 5 P.M. YESTERDAY) ARIZONA H L Prep Alpine 74 53 .19 Bisbee 89 62 .05 Buckeye 98 77 .05 Carefree 93 76 — Coolidge Douglas Flagstaff Ft. Huachuca Gila Bend Grand Canyon Kingman Parker Payson PHOENIX (Normal) Phs South Mtn Prescott Safford Show Low Tucson Williams Winslow Youngtown Yuma 84 60 94 74 77 57 92 60 103 82 85 64 94 78 102 74 87 75 81 60 98 70 82 59 93 71 80 57 86 66 104 73 105 81 .02 Tr. .09 Tr. 1.03 .04 .02 .03 .24 .22 .23 .30 Tr. .05 NATIONAL Albany NY Albuquerque Amarillo Asheville Atlanta Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville 92 61 91 67 .01 96 70 88 57 Tr 90 69 85 50 — 90 69 — 76 52 92 52 94 71 94 78 - Weather in East, South hot, humid Associated Press Hot and humid weather continued in the East and South yesterday but a cold front moving eastward from the Great Plains brought re> lief in the form of thunderstorms to many areas. Cooler, drier air moved into the northwestern states. Thundershowers dampened the central part of the nation and the south Atlantic coast. Buffalo 87 Burlingtn Vt. 92 Casper 84 Charleston, SC 87 Charlestn W.Va 91 Charlotte NC 90 Chicago 89 Cincinnati 89 Cleveland 89 Columbus 0. 88 Dal. Ft. Worth 98 Denver 69 DesMoines 87 Detroit 90 Duluth 78 El Paso 98 Fargo 75 Great Falls 85 Helena 85 Houston 94 Indianapolis 90 Jackson, Miss. 93 Jacksonville 88 Kansas City 100 Las Vegas 94 Little Rock 95 Los Angeles 88 Louisville 90 Memphis 92 Miami Beach 87 Midland, Tex. 94 Milwaukee 91 Mpls. St. Paul 81 New Orleans 90 New York 94 North Platte 81 Oklahoma City 99 Omaha 84 Philadelphia 89 Pittsburgh 86 Portland, Me. 90 Portland, Ore. 93 Raleigh 87 Rapid City 82 Reno 101 Richmond 94 St. Louis 92 Stprbg Tampa 97 Salt Lake City 93 San Antonio 90 San Diego 80 San Francisco 58 St. Ste. Marie 84 Seattle 82 Shreveport 95 Spokane 90 Tucson 93 Washington 90 Wichita 102 cftie/ lights plan to paralyze capital 66 63 49 76 62 70 72 67 63 64 77 58 72 64 64 .36 69 53 47 43 78 68 72 73 .60 76 .54 76 68 70 66 71 82 70 68 70 .20 74 .27 74 63 75 .05 72 69 64 67 — 52 65 — 56 .08 46 — 68 .13 67 78 52 74 .58 70 51 70 .14 54 72 54 — 71 69 .02 75 - Associated Press ST. PAUL—Leonard Woodcock, president of the United Auto Workers, told a student congress yesterday that a proposal to paralyze the nation's capital was "really an act of fantasy ... and could have no meaning and no results." For 30 minutes after delivering a speech before delegates to the 23rd annual National Student Association congress, Woodcock argued with some students who want to march on Washington May 1 and block roads, bridges and buildings to prevent government workers from getting to their jobs. 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