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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California Tides and Temperatures FOR TUESDAY, MAY 19, Sunrise: a. m. Sunset: p. m. Moonriso: p. m. Moonsot: a. m. Tides: a. m., 4.2 ft.; p. 5.9 ft. a. m., 0.1 ft.; p. m., 0.6 ft. (Foregoing statistics by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey) By Long Beach Lifeguards Water Condition of SUNDAY'S WEATHER STATISTICS Wet Weather Outlook in Most of U. S. Lww BCKh Los L.A. Airport Avalon Hwbor Bakerilleld Beaumont Bishop Blvlh. Burbftnk CWTHW Culvir Cilv____ H. L. 41 59 _ 74 M -74 .70 5S _ n _ M 49 :'S S M 40 71 51 Southern California H. L. M El ____ ________ Fretno __________- 77 MwlelHllo _____71 Needle! __________" Newport---------------- laic......... ParmoV., .......________ Palm Springs--------, 61 Pasadena________75 K Paw Robles Riverside -......___'.. 761 55 Sandberg ----------------M 4S H. ___ 71 ___70 ___70 ___65 Albany, H.Y. _ Atlanla ______ Birmingham BlimarcK .J__ Brownsville Casper Clwvenne Chicago _____ Cleveland Columbuir 0. Denver _.___ Des Molnes Delroll ____ pcdqe City Dirtum El pasa Salveston-------- rand Canyon Grand Junction Helena________ L. Pr. M _ 54 _ 53 51 49 43 .02 73 .07 3! 41 ._ SI: T, 40 42 47 50 "._ 43 .01 S.L Ss, 69 _ Over the Nation L. Pr. U T. 42 _. 63 _.. 54 .01 <4 41 .01 H. Huron __________ 80 __.., 64 Jacksonville __ IS an Antonio 85 41 .1 an Francisco 60 52 Ssjll ste. Marie 53 31 ._ _______56 .0 Suokan. 31 .1 ramoa-----------n H rvcson______n 4 Wlchlla_______81 WlflllOW. 51 .2 47 _ 47 ._ 53 T 47 44 _ Yuma A3 CANADIAN STATIONS Calsarv -----------71 a Edmonton ___ 82 5) Montreal ___ 55 37 .Ot Ottawa-----------53 Refllna 47 Toronfo ___....... 54 IS Vancouvtr Wln-Vpeo______8S 46 ALASKAN STATIONS Anchorage____5fl 47 Fairbanks_____70 44 HAWAIIAN STATION Honolulu ______. 74 73 200 Icebergs Adrift HALIFAX, N. S. 200 icebergs are adrift in North Atlantic east of New- foundland, scattered acros the normal transatlant: the route out of the Gulf of S Lawrence. Associated Pin> Wet weather was the out- ook for the bulk of the na- on .today. More showers and thunder- torms were reported during ie morning in parts of Kan- sas, Oklahoma and Missouri fter heavy downpours in ome sections Sunday. Heavy rain and hail pelted he Bluff City area in south entral Kansas near the Okla- loma border, damaging the wheat crop. Fogf inches .ol ain was reported while five nches drenched the Casso- day area in southeast Kan sas. More than inches of rain splashed areas in north ern Oklahoma, during a two- lour period Sunday night. cavy rain also was reported central Missouri. The rains tapered off as wet belt moved eastward cross Kentucky nd West Virginia. Widely cattered showers fell in Ne raska and the Dakotas but BLANKET-CLEANING SPECIAL Hi. Slu showers diminished from theleaslward to the Rockies. 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