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DAILY COOPERATIVE OBSERVER AND AUTOMATED RAIN GAGE REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
ISSUED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PEACHTREE CITY GA
926 AM EDT THU MAR 26 2015


TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS
                  (24 HOUR DATA ENDING 7 AM THURSDAY)


STATION                       HIGH      LOW       PCPN
ADDISON                        76        54       0.00
CLAYTON                        79        53       0.00
SYLACAUGA                      78        50       0.00
SELMA                          78        57       0.00
TALLADEGA                      79        50       0.00




TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS
          (24 HOUR DATA ENDING 6 PM YESTERDAY)


STATION                       HIGH      LOW       PCPN
HALEYVILLE                     76        53       0.00


TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS
          (24 HOUR DATA ENDING 12 AM THURSDAY)


STATION                       HIGH      LOW       PCPN


AUBURN                         76        49       0.00
BESSEMER                       78        49       0.00
GADSDEN                        75        45       0.00
HELENA                         80        49       0.00


24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS
          (24 HOUR DATA ENDING 7 AM THURSDAY)


STATION                            PCPN


CALERA                             0.00
JACKSONVILLE                       0.00
LEEDS                              0.00


ADDITIONAL 24 HOUR MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM TEMPERTURE REPORTS
        AND 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION ENDING AT 6AM
          (COURTESY OF ALABAMA POWER COMPANY)


STATION/COUNTY                HIGH      LOW      PCPN
ASHVILLE/ST. CLAIR             80        49      0.00
BLUE POND/CHEROKEE             83        49      0.00
CHILDERSBURG/TALLADEGA         82        50      0.00
CORDOVA/WALKER                 78        54      0.00
CRUDUP/ETOWAH                  83        46      0.00
DEARMANVILLE/CALHOUN           79        46      0.00
ELLISVILLE/CHEROKEE            80        48      0.00
GAYLESVILLE/CHEROKEE           86        49      0.00
HACKNEYVILLE/TALLAPOOSA        80        44      0.00
HORSESHOE BEND/TALLAPOOSA      83        48      0.00
JASPER/WALKER                  83        55      0.00
MANCHESTER/WALKER              79        47      0.00
NEWELL/RANDOLPH                74        43      0.00
OAK GROVE/JEFFERSON            80        49      0.00
ROCKFORD/COOSA                 79        46      0.00
ROCKRUN/CHEROKEE               78        45      0.00
WILSONVILLE/SHELBY             77        50      0.00


THE ABOVE DATA IS UNOFFICIAL AND HAS NOT BEEN VERIFIED FOR ACCURACY.

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