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Warmest, wettest and windiest.

Warmest, wettest and windiest

The competitive spirit is deeply ingrained in the American fiber, and cities are no less prone to boasting than are individuals. The National Weather Service (NWS), with more than 280 offices in the United States, keeps long-term precipitation and temperature records for all of its bureaus, which are collated by the National Climatic

Data Center in Ashville, N.C. From the most recent set of data, here are the extremes for the U.S. stations located in or near cities in the contiguous states:
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Title Annotation:extremes for U.S. weather stations
Publication:Science News
Date:Mar 5, 1988
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