I Bring To You Meteorology -- 10/11/12
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I Bring To You Meteorology -- 10/11/12

Denver : CO : USA | Oct 11, 2012 at 9:24 AM PDT
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Here is the US national weather forecast for Thursday, October 11th, 2012. All weather statistics have been compiled by AccuWeather and all degrees are in Fahrenheit. Check out the weather progression by looking at the weather forecast below.

East:

New York, NY: Mostly Sunny and breezy. 60/49.

Boston, MA: Mostly Sunny and breezy. 61/46.

Washington, DC: Mainly clear. 64/46.

Philadelphia, PA: Sunny and clear. 62/47.

Atlantic City, NJ: Mostly clear. 62/41.

South:

Miami, FL: Mostly Sunny and breezy. 85/74.

New Orleans, LA: Mostly Sunny and humid. 84/68.

Houston, TX: Partly Sunny with a shower. 90/70.

Atlanta, GA: Mostly Sunny and pleasant. 74/53.

Memphis, TN: Partly Cloudy with a thunderstorm late. 74/60.

Midwest:

Chicago, IL: Mostly Sunny and windy. 65/41.

Minneapolis, MN: Partly Sunny and breezy. 51/26.

Milwaukee, WI: Partly Sunny. Frost Advisory until 7 AM CST Friday morning. 60/36.

Detroit, MI: Partly Sunny and windy. 61/37.

St. Louis, MO: Mostly Cloudy with a chance of scattered showers. 66/48.

West:

Los Angeles, CA: Showers and thunderstorms. 70/58.

San Francisco, CA: Mostly Cloudy. 63/52.

Seattle, WA: Mostly Cloudy. 64/49.

Denver, CO: Partly Cloudy. 68/39.

Las Vegas, NV: Showers and Thunderstorms. Flash Flood Warning in effect until 10:30 AM PST today. 76/61.

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