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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OREGON
1120 AM PST THU DEC 01 2016

...MONTHLY CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST
WASHINGTON FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER...

LOCATION      AVG DEP  AVG DEP  AVG DEP  PCPN  DEP   MAX DAY MAX DAY MIN DAY
                       HI       LO                   WND     TMP     TMP

PENDLETON AP  47  +5.6 56  +6.5 38  +4.7 0.91 -0.61  47  28  71  2   30  17
BEND          44  +6.3 54  +6.7 34  +5.9 1.60 +0.21  39  27  71  9   23  23
KENNEWICK     49  +6.3 58  +7.2 41  +5.4 0.29 -0.71  41  12  70  3   31  29
LA GRANDE     45  +6.8 54  +8.2 35  +5.3 1.14 -0.89  44   2  70  11  24  18
DALLES AP     48  +5.5 57  +6.7 40  +4.2 1.21 -1.03  37  28  69  9   31  22
WALLA WALLA   49  +6.8 57  +8.0 41  +5.6 1.29 -1.58  53  24  72  2   27  18
YAKIMA AP     46  +8.7 57  +8.9 35  +8.5 0.62 -0.43  33  12  68  10  24  29
CONDON        45  +6.7 53  +6.1 36  +7.3 0.66 -1.06  44  24  67  6   28  29
JOHN DAY      43  +4.5 55  +5.3 32  +3.8 0.33 -1.02  46  24  74  9   23  18
REDMOND AP    44  +6.9 57  +7.9 32  +6.0 0.27 -0.69  40  15  75  8   21  17
HEPPNER       48  +6.5 57  +6.4 38  +6.7 0.52 -1.08  48  24  72  6   28  18
MITCHELL 2 E  47  +7.0 56  +6.3 39  +7.8 0.61 -0.97  31  24  74  12  27  16
MORO          44  +5.4 56  +8.2 33  +2.6 1.25 -0.36  36  28  65  3   25  26
DAYTON 1WSW   47  +6.5 56  +8.1 37  +5.0 1.44 -1.26  38  25  71  6   28  18
ELLENSBURG    42  +6.1 52  +6.4 33  +5.7 0.63 -0.61  43  28  61  4   24  29
SISTERS       42  +4.6 53  +5.5 30  +3.6 0.29 -1.57  47  27  68  9   22  22
MADRAS        44  +5.3 56  +6.6 31  +4.0 0.48 -0.77  NA  NA  67  3   20  29
PRINEVILLE    46  +6.4 57  +7.2 35  +5.5 0.38 -0.80  38  15  76  9   20  29
SUNRIVER      40  +6.2 50  +5.6 31  +6.8 1.29 -1.16  22  27  69  9   19  29
CLE ELUM      41  +5.3 48  +5.6 34  +5.0 1.73 -2.58  28  27  60  10  27  17
HERMISTON AP  47  +5.3 57  +6.5 37  +4.1 0.57 -0.62  40  2   68  2   25  18
GOLDENDALE    44  +6.6 53  +6.7 34  +6.5 1.67 -1.06  NA  NA  65  4   25  17
BAKER CITY    40  +5.5 51  +6.2 29  +4.8 0.48 -0.42  36  28  66  12  19  18
TRI CITIES AP 47  +5.5 57  +7.0 36  +4.0 0.54 -0.55  41  12  70  2   25  29
PROSSER       46  +4.8 55  +4.7 38  +4.9 0.71 -0.31  NA  NA  65  3   28  18
ARLINGTON     48  +6.2 57  +7.6 39  +4.8 0.79 -0.41  36  28  65  7   29  22
PENDLETON ES  47  +6.6 57  +7.1 38  +6.2 1.29 -1.11  68  24  76  6   29  17
EASTON        41  +6.0 47  +4.9 35  +7.1 3.94 -4.29  NA  NA  58  9   28  18
LONG CREEK    45  +7.2 55  +6.7 36  +7.7 0.71 -1.26  59  24  74  9   25  18
MOUNT ADAMS R 42  +5.1 50  +5.2 35  +5.0 5.74 -2.04  19  27  61  9   27  18
RICHLAND      47  +6.0 56  +6.7 39  +5.4 0.46 -0.56  37  12  67  2   27  18
SELAH 2 NE    43  +5.5 53  +3.9 32  +7.1 0.69 -0.40  29  24  63  10  23  22
MCNARY DAM NO 49  +6.3 56  +5.5 42  +7.1 0.49 -0.61  NA  NA  67  3   35  18
MONUMENT 2    47  +6.8 58  +6.5 36  +7.0 0.65 -0.89  NA  NA  75  9   24  18


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AVG=AVERAGE OF ALL HIGH AND LOW TEMPERATURES
DEP=DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL
AVG HI= AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
AVG LO=AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE
PCPN=TOTAL PRECIPITATION
MAXWND=PEAK WIND GUST IN MILES PER HOUR
DAY=DAY REPORTED
NA=ELEMENT NOT REPORTED
MAX TEMP=HIGHEST TEMPERATURE REPORTED
MIN TEMP=LOWEST TEMPERATURE REPORTED



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