Jul 172010
 
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Did not really see the big storm coming yesterday. I thought things would hold off until today, Saturday. This should be the weather pattern for the weekend. Dewpoints have remained high. There is plenty of precipitable water. Watch-out for flash flooding.

Check this out. A record high and a record low within a few hundred miles of each other? Must be monsoon season.

Record Report


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RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF, AZ
600 PM MST FRI JUL 16 2010


...RECORD HIGH LOW TEMPERATURES FOR NORTHERN ARIZONA ON JUL 16 2010...


CITY (PERIOD OF RECORD)         NEW HIGH LOW     PREVIOUS RECORD/YEAR
HEBER RS (1951 - 2010)                 66          65         IN  1963
PRESCOTT (1898 - 2010)                 71          70         IN  1970


...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR NORTHERN ARIZONA ON JUL 16 2010...

CITY (PERIOD OF RECORD)            NEW HIGH      PREVIOUS RECORD/YEAR
PAGE (1958 - 2010)                    106          104        IN  2006


...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES FOR NORTHERN ARIZONA ON JUL 16 2010...


CITY (PERIOD OF RECORD)            NEW LOW       PREVIOUS RECORD/YEAR
PETRIFIED FOREST (1931 - 2010)         50          52         IN  1935



THESE RECORDS ARE PRELIMINARY PENDING OFFICIAL REPORTS.
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