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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
500 AM PST SAT FEB 28 2015

...TOP 10 WARMEST FEBRUARY ACROSS THE INLAND NORTHWEST...

AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR FEBRUARY 2015 WERE WELL ABOVE AVERAGE
ACROSS EASTERN WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO, WITH NEW RECORD WARM
AVERAGE TEMPERATURES SET IN SOME AREAS.

HERE`S A LIST OF SELECT LOCATIONS, THEIR AVERAGE TEMPERATURES FOR
FEBRUARY AND THEIR HISTORICAL RANKING.

LOCATION     AVERAGE TEMP (F)       HISTORICAL       PERIOD OF RECORD
                FEB 2015              RANK

BAYVIEW            34.9               10TH           1947 TO 2015
BOUNDARY DAM       34.5                4TH           1965 TO 2015
BONNERS FERRY      37.7                1ST           1907 TO 2015
CHELAN             39.1                3RD           1891 TO 2015
CHEWELAH           38.5                4TH           1925 TO 2015
CHIEF JOSEPH DAM   40.5                3RD           1949 TO 2015
CONCONULLY         35.9                6TH           1894 TO 2015
DAVENPORT          37.1                7TH           1893 TO 2015
EPHRATA            42.4                2ND           1949 TO 2015
GRAND COULEE DAM   39.6                3RD           1934 TO 2015
HARTLINE           40.4                4TH           1929 TO 2015
HOLDEN VILLAGE     32.8                3RD           1962 TO 2015
KAMIAH             42.5                1ST           1979 TO 2015
LACROSSE           41.9                7TH*          1908 TO 2015
LEWISTON           43.7                7TH           1881 TO 2015
LIND               45.9                1ST           1931 TO 2015
MAZAMA             33.5                2ND           1965 TO 2015
MOSCOW U OF I      43.0                1ST           1883 TO 2015
MOSES LAKE         41.9                2ND           1949 TO 2015
NEZPERCE           37.6                9TH           1901 TO 2015
NORTHPORT          36.9                6TH           1899 TO 2015
ODESSA             40.4                5TH           1902 TO 2015
OMAK AIRPORT       40.2                1ST           1991 TO 2015
PLAIN              37.6                2ND           1937 TO 2015
PLUMMER            38.5                2ND           1988 TO 2015
POTLATCH           39.6                5TH           1915 TO 2015
PRIEST RIVER EXP.  34.9                3RD           1898 TO 2015
PULLMAN COOP       41.3                3RD           1940 TO 2015
REPUBLIC           35.1                3RD           1899 TO 2015
RITZVILLE          40.4                4TH           1916 TO 2015
ROSALIA            39.5                8TH           1893 TO 2015
ST. MARIES         39.7                4TH           1897 TO 2015
SPOKANE            39.2                8TH*          1881 TO 2015
STEHEKIN           37.8                2ND           1906 TO 2015
QUINCY             41.7                3RD           1941 TO 2015
WATERVILLE         37.4                1ST           1893 TO 2015
WENATCHEE PANGBORN 43.3                1ST           1959 TO 2015
WILBUR             38.2                6TH           1892 TO 2015
WINTHROP           34.6                6TH           1906 TO 2015

*TIED WITH PREVIOUS YEAR(S)

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NWS SPOKANE WA



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