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Friday's weather summary

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Friday turned out hot and humid with many locations topping out at or above 100 degrees.  Showers/storms were isolated to widely scattered during the afternoon.

Here's the summary for Friday:

Location High (Avg.=94) Low (Avg.=72) Rainfall (Inches)
Shreveport Regional Airport 99 73 0
Downtown Airport 99 73 0
Barksdale AFB 97 73 Trace
Blanchard 98 72 0
Homer 96 70 0
Ruston 96 71 .14
Winnfield 94 73 0
Natchitoches 96 70 0
Many 97 72 0
Hemphill 100 72 0
Nacogdoches 100 70 0
Center 101 73 0
Marshall 96 71 0
Jefferson 99 68 0
Mt. Pleasant 100 72 0
Clarksville 100 75 0
Texarkana 97 73 0
Idabel 99 72 0
Broken Bow 97 71 0
De Queen 94 69 .12
Prescott 94 71 0
Hot Springs 94 71 Trace
El Dorado 96 73 0.
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