Record Report
Issued by NWS Spokane, WA

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RECORD REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
950 AM PDT TUE SEP 23 2014

...MILD SOUTHERLY FLOW AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING STORM SYSTEM OVER
THE LAST 48 HOURS RESULTED IN RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES AT SEVERAL
COOP SITES...


RECORDS SET THE MORNING OF SEPTEMBER 23 2014:

SITESTATELOW TEMPPREVIOUS RECORDRECORDS SINCE
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AVERYID5250 (1992)1968
MULLANID5653 (2011)1938
PLUMMERID5451 (1990)1948

WILBURWA5453 (1968)1892


RECORDS SET THE MORNING OF SEPTEMBER 22 2014:

SITESTATELOW TEMPPREVIOUS RECORDRECORDS SINCE
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WINCHESTER  ID5453 (1966)1939
NEZ PERCEID57(T)  57 (1967)1901
PLUMMERID5446 (2011)1948

MAZAMAWA49(T)49 (2013)1948
QUINCYWA56(T)56 (1953)1941
RITZVILLEWA54(T)54 (1966)1899



THUNDERSTORMS OVER SOUTHEASTERN WASHINGTON ALSO BROUGHT RECORD PRECIP
TO THE ASOTIN COOP SITE.

THE PRECIPITATION AT ASOTIN IN THE PAST 24 HOURS ENDING AT 700 AM
ON SEPTEMBER 23 WAS 0.28 INCHES. THIS SETS THE RECORD FOR THE MOST
PRECIPITATION FOR THIS PERIOD. THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 0.22 INCHES WAS
SET IN 1984.  RECORDS HAVE BEEN KEPT AT THIS SITE SINCE 1976.

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