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I Bring To You Meteorology -- 1/20/12

Memphis : TN : USA | Jan 20, 2012 at 9:20 AM PST
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Happy Friday! Here is today's US national weather forecast. All weather statistics have been provided by Next Media Animation (NMA) TV and all degrees are in Fahrenheit.

East:

New York: Partly Cloudy. 42/30.

Boston: Sunny. 40/20.

Washington, D.C.: Sunny. 44/32.

Philadelphia: Snow. 25/18.

Atlantic City: Partly Cloudy. 42/32.

South:

Miami: Partly Cloudy. 71/47.

New Orleans: Sunny. 68/51.

Houston: Partly Cloudy. 69/54.

Atlanta: Sunny. 56/33.

Memphis: Sunny. 58/40.

Midwest:

Chicago: Snow Advisory. 45/36.

Minneapolis: Partly Cloudy. 46/34.

Milwaukee: Snow Advisory. 42/35.

Detroit: Partly Cloudy. 38/33.

St. Louis: Sunny. 56/39.

West:

Los Angeles: Sunny. 78/48.

San Francisco: Sunny. 63/47.

Seattle: Rain. 47/36.

Denver: Sunny. 63/41.

Las Vegas: Sunny. 65/35.

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The Weather Girls Report for 1/20/2012.
Adrian Holman is based in Joliet, Illinois, United States of America, and is an Anchor for Allvoices.
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