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000
NOUS46 KHNX 020355
PNSHNX
CAZ089>099-021554-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
854 PM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015


...HIGH TEMPERATURE REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     TEMP      TIME/DATE       ELEVATION

...EAST-CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
CASTLE AIR PARK              99 F      0835 PM 05/01   187 FT
FRIANT                       95 F      0829 PM 05/01   662 FT
3 W ATWATER                  94 F      0631 PM 05/01   151 FT
4 ENE CLOVIS                 94 F      0829 PM 05/01   416 FT
HENSLEY LAKE                 94 F      0645 PM 05/01   561 FT
MADERA AIRPORT               94 F      0653 PM 05/01   253 FT
HIGHWAY 99 AT MISSION AVE    93 F      0641 PM 05/01   182 FT
4 SE TURLOCK                 93 F      0731 PM 05/01   112 FT
5 W LE GRAND                 93 F      0641 PM 05/01   201 FT
NORTHEAST MERCED             93 F      0835 PM 05/01   177 FT
EASTMAN LAKE                 93 F      0730 PM 05/01   540 FT
FRESNO AIR TERMINAL          93 F      0653 PM 05/01   333 FT
MERCED AIRPORT               93 F      0653 PM 05/01   153 FT
HIGHWAY 99 AT MERCED         92 F      0630 PM 05/01   182 FT
5 ESE MERCED                 92 F      0732 PM 05/01   191 FT
FANCHER CREEK RAWS           92 F      0700 PM 05/01   916 FT
CHOWCHILLA                   91 F      0829 PM 05/01   242 FT
LAKE MCCLURE                 91 F      0715 PM 05/01   878 FT
8 ENE PLANADA                91 F      0600 PM 05/01   419 FT

...FOOTHILLS...
PRATHER                      87 F      0829 PM 05/01   2076 FT

...INDIAN WELLS VALLEY...
INYOKERN CWOP                92 F      0833 PM 05/01   2480 FT
RIDGECREST                   91 F      0844 PM 05/01   2464 FT
CHINA LAKE NAWS              91 F      0656 PM 05/01   2230 FT
RIDGECREST                   90 F      0843 PM 05/01   2335 FT
SOUTHWEST RIDGECREST         89 F      0829 PM 05/01   2391 FT
RIDGECREST                   86 F      0636 PM 05/01   2337 FT

...KERN COUNTY DESERT...
SW RIDGECREST                90 F      0837 PM 05/01   2315 FT

...KERN COUNTY MOUNTAINS...
BEAR MOUNTAIN EAST SLOPE     95 F      0825 PM 05/01   4752 FT
WOODY                        92 F      0713 PM 05/01   1590 FT
GRAPEVINE CHP                91 F      0842 PM 05/01   1364 FT
DEMOCRAT RAWS                90 F      0725 PM 05/01   2363 FT
ISABELLA DAM                 89 F      0645 PM 05/01   2680 FT
RIVERKERN RAWS               88 F      0457 PM 05/01   3044 FT
KERNVILLE                    87 F      0400 PM 05/01   2631 FT
MOUNTAIN MESA                87 F      0718 PM 05/01   3141 FT
WOFFORD HEIGHTS              87 F      0700 PM 05/01   3150 FT
OLD ISABELLA RD REC SITE     86 F      0538 PM 05/01   2535 FT

...MARIPOSA, MADERA, AND FRESNO COUNTY FOOTHILLS...
COULTERVILLE                 96 F      0645 PM 05/01   3654 FT
WISHON POWERHOUSE            95 F      0700 PM 05/01   1000 FT
PINE FLAT DAM                94 F      0645 PM 05/01   850 FT
OAKHURST MIAMI HIGHLANDS     90 F      0845 PM 05/01   2549 FT
SQUAW VALLEY                 90 F      0843 PM 05/01   1788 FT
HURLEY                       90 F      0727 PM 05/01   1228 FT
TRIMMER SPRINGS              90 F      0652 PM 05/01   1488 FT
CATHEYS VALLEY               89 F      0727 PM 05/01   1233 FT
5 WSW COARSEGOLD             89 F      0845 PM 05/01   1624 FT
7 NNW MILLERTON LAKE         89 F      0600 PM 05/01   1184 FT
6 SW COARSEGOLD              88 F      0850 PM 05/01   1266 FT
METCALF GAP                  87 F      0702 PM 05/01   3118 FT
SW OAKHURST                  86 F      0826 PM 05/01   2322 FT
MARIPOSA                     86 F      0707 PM 05/01   2231 FT
NORTH FORK                   86 F      0655 PM 05/01   2721 FT

...SIERRA NEVADA FROM YOSEMITE TO KINGS CANYON...
BALCH POWER HOUSE            90 F      0700 PM 05/01   1720 FT
YOSEMITE VALLEY              88 F      0500 PM 05/01   4200 FT

...SOUTHEASTERN KERN COUNTY DESERT...
NORTH EDWARDS                89 F      0655 PM 05/01   2300 FT
CALIFORNIA CITY              89 F      0833 PM 05/01   2372 FT
BORON HIGH SCHOOL            88 F      0824 PM 05/01   2502 FT
EDWARDS AFB                  88 F      0658 PM 05/01   2278 FT
JAWBONE VISITOR CENTER       87 F      0845 PM 05/01   2158 FT
BORON                        87 F      0842 PM 05/01   2450 FT
ROSAMOND                     86 F      0842 PM 05/01   2336 FT
ROSAMOND SKY PARK            86 F      0830 PM 05/01   2418 FT
RANDSBURG                    86 F      0400 PM 05/01   357 FT

...SOUTHEASTERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
DELANO                       102 F     0341 PM 05/01   309 FT
ALLENSWORTH STATE PARK       101 F     0842 PM 05/01   213 FT
ARVIN                        99 F      0400 PM 05/01   428 FT
NORTH VISALIA                96 F      0842 PM 05/01   323 FT
BAKERSFIELD MEADOWS FIELD    96 F      0654 PM 05/01   489 FT
BAKERSFIELD-ROSEDALE         96 F      0841 PM 05/01   400 FT
FARMERSVILLE                 96 F      0845 PM 05/01   377 FT
MCFARLAND CITY HALL          96 F      0822 PM 05/01   351 FT
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS RAWS        96 F      0700 PM 05/01   794 FT
WOODLAKE                     96 F      0824 PM 05/01   350 FT
METTLER                      95 F      0843 PM 05/01   488 FT
6 WNW BAKERSFIELD            95 F      0841 PM 05/01   400 FT
TULARE                       95 F      0843 PM 05/01   298 FT
TULARE CITY FIRE             95 F      0836 PM 05/01   288 FT
PORTERVILLE AIRPORT          95 F      0815 PM 05/01   442 FT
LAMONT                       94 F      0844 PM 05/01   511 FT
3 SW PORTERVILLE             94 F      0600 PM 05/01   436 FT
3 NNE BAKERSFIELD            93 F      0827 PM 05/01   586 FT
KERO CHANNEL 23              93 F      0825 PM 05/01   408 FT
VISALIA AIRPORT              93 F      0815 PM 05/01   295 FT

...SOUTHWESTERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
HANFORD AIRPORT              98 F      0653 PM 05/01   242 FT
LEMOORE NAS                  96 F      0656 PM 05/01   233 FT
BUTTONWILLOW                 95 F      0844 PM 05/01   285 FT
KETTLEMAN CITY               95 F      0400 PM 05/01   240 FT
AVENAL                       93 F      0840 PM 05/01   784 FT
SUNFLOWER VALLEY             93 F      0844 PM 05/01   751 FT
TAFT                         93 F      0841 PM 05/01   757 FT
KETTLEMAN HILLS              93 F      0350 PM 05/01   810 FT
TAFT COOP                    93 F      0750 PM 05/01   913 FT
HIGHWAY 46 AT KECKS RD.      92 F      0630 PM 05/01   790 FT

...TULARE COUNTY FOOTHILLS...
LAKE KAWEAH                  96 F      0645 PM 05/01   540 FT
SEQUOIA NP ASH MTN           94 F      0704 PM 05/01   1730 FT
THREE RIVERS PUMPKIN HOLLOW  91 F      0829 PM 05/01   1240 FT
THREE RIVERS EDISON POWER    91 F      0300 PM 05/01   1140 FT
MILO                         88 F      0727 PM 05/01   1922 FT

...TULARE COUNTY MOUNTAINS...
OAK OPENING                  88 F      0712 PM 05/01   3091 FT

...WEST-CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
TRANQUILITY                  99 F      0844 PM 05/01   203 FT
LOS BANOS                    96 F      0843 PM 05/01   114 FT
MENDOTA                      96 F      0600 PM 05/01   164 FT
SELMA                        95 F      0842 PM 05/01   269 FT
HURON                        95 F      0841 PM 05/01   403 FT
LOS BANOS                    95 F      0824 PM 05/01   104 FT
HURON                        95 F      0749 PM 05/01   404 FT
LOS BANOS                    94 F      0845 PM 05/01   103 FT
COALINGA                     94 F      0400 PM 05/01   670 FT
FIREBAUGH                    94 F      0743 PM 05/01   223 FT
SAN LUIS NWR                 94 F      0731 PM 05/01   65 FT
EAST LOS BANOS               94 F      0734 PM 05/01   69 FT
LOS BANOS                    93 F      0400 PM 05/01   120 FT
SAN LUIS DAM                 93 F      0702 PM 05/01   323 FT
GUSTINE AIRPORT              91 F      0838 PM 05/01   79 FT
SANTA NELLA                  91 F      0634 PM 05/01   171 FT
SAN LUIS RESERVOIR           91 F      0628 PM 05/01   320 FT
CEDAR CANYON                 89 F      0600 PM 05/01   164 FT
SAN LUIS RESERVOIR           89 F      0642 PM 05/01   264 FT
SAN LUIS RESERVOIR           87 F      0600 PM 04/30   265 FT

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS HANFORD CA




000
NOUS46 KHNX 020355
PNSHNX
CAZ089>099-021554-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
854 PM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015


...HIGH TEMPERATURE REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     TEMP      TIME/DATE       ELEVATION

...EAST-CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
CASTLE AIR PARK              99 F      0835 PM 05/01   187 FT
FRIANT                       95 F      0829 PM 05/01   662 FT
3 W ATWATER                  94 F      0631 PM 05/01   151 FT
4 ENE CLOVIS                 94 F      0829 PM 05/01   416 FT
HENSLEY LAKE                 94 F      0645 PM 05/01   561 FT
MADERA AIRPORT               94 F      0653 PM 05/01   253 FT
HIGHWAY 99 AT MISSION AVE    93 F      0641 PM 05/01   182 FT
4 SE TURLOCK                 93 F      0731 PM 05/01   112 FT
5 W LE GRAND                 93 F      0641 PM 05/01   201 FT
NORTHEAST MERCED             93 F      0835 PM 05/01   177 FT
EASTMAN LAKE                 93 F      0730 PM 05/01   540 FT
FRESNO AIR TERMINAL          93 F      0653 PM 05/01   333 FT
MERCED AIRPORT               93 F      0653 PM 05/01   153 FT
HIGHWAY 99 AT MERCED         92 F      0630 PM 05/01   182 FT
5 ESE MERCED                 92 F      0732 PM 05/01   191 FT
FANCHER CREEK RAWS           92 F      0700 PM 05/01   916 FT
CHOWCHILLA                   91 F      0829 PM 05/01   242 FT
LAKE MCCLURE                 91 F      0715 PM 05/01   878 FT
8 ENE PLANADA                91 F      0600 PM 05/01   419 FT

...FOOTHILLS...
PRATHER                      87 F      0829 PM 05/01   2076 FT

...INDIAN WELLS VALLEY...
INYOKERN CWOP                92 F      0833 PM 05/01   2480 FT
RIDGECREST                   91 F      0844 PM 05/01   2464 FT
CHINA LAKE NAWS              91 F      0656 PM 05/01   2230 FT
RIDGECREST                   90 F      0843 PM 05/01   2335 FT
SOUTHWEST RIDGECREST         89 F      0829 PM 05/01   2391 FT
RIDGECREST                   86 F      0636 PM 05/01   2337 FT

...KERN COUNTY DESERT...
SW RIDGECREST                90 F      0837 PM 05/01   2315 FT

...KERN COUNTY MOUNTAINS...
BEAR MOUNTAIN EAST SLOPE     95 F      0825 PM 05/01   4752 FT
WOODY                        92 F      0713 PM 05/01   1590 FT
GRAPEVINE CHP                91 F      0842 PM 05/01   1364 FT
DEMOCRAT RAWS                90 F      0725 PM 05/01   2363 FT
ISABELLA DAM                 89 F      0645 PM 05/01   2680 FT
RIVERKERN RAWS               88 F      0457 PM 05/01   3044 FT
KERNVILLE                    87 F      0400 PM 05/01   2631 FT
MOUNTAIN MESA                87 F      0718 PM 05/01   3141 FT
WOFFORD HEIGHTS              87 F      0700 PM 05/01   3150 FT
OLD ISABELLA RD REC SITE     86 F      0538 PM 05/01   2535 FT

...MARIPOSA, MADERA, AND FRESNO COUNTY FOOTHILLS...
COULTERVILLE                 96 F      0645 PM 05/01   3654 FT
WISHON POWERHOUSE            95 F      0700 PM 05/01   1000 FT
PINE FLAT DAM                94 F      0645 PM 05/01   850 FT
OAKHURST MIAMI HIGHLANDS     90 F      0845 PM 05/01   2549 FT
SQUAW VALLEY                 90 F      0843 PM 05/01   1788 FT
HURLEY                       90 F      0727 PM 05/01   1228 FT
TRIMMER SPRINGS              90 F      0652 PM 05/01   1488 FT
CATHEYS VALLEY               89 F      0727 PM 05/01   1233 FT
5 WSW COARSEGOLD             89 F      0845 PM 05/01   1624 FT
7 NNW MILLERTON LAKE         89 F      0600 PM 05/01   1184 FT
6 SW COARSEGOLD              88 F      0850 PM 05/01   1266 FT
METCALF GAP                  87 F      0702 PM 05/01   3118 FT
SW OAKHURST                  86 F      0826 PM 05/01   2322 FT
MARIPOSA                     86 F      0707 PM 05/01   2231 FT
NORTH FORK                   86 F      0655 PM 05/01   2721 FT

...SIERRA NEVADA FROM YOSEMITE TO KINGS CANYON...
BALCH POWER HOUSE            90 F      0700 PM 05/01   1720 FT
YOSEMITE VALLEY              88 F      0500 PM 05/01   4200 FT

...SOUTHEASTERN KERN COUNTY DESERT...
NORTH EDWARDS                89 F      0655 PM 05/01   2300 FT
CALIFORNIA CITY              89 F      0833 PM 05/01   2372 FT
BORON HIGH SCHOOL            88 F      0824 PM 05/01   2502 FT
EDWARDS AFB                  88 F      0658 PM 05/01   2278 FT
JAWBONE VISITOR CENTER       87 F      0845 PM 05/01   2158 FT
BORON                        87 F      0842 PM 05/01   2450 FT
ROSAMOND                     86 F      0842 PM 05/01   2336 FT
ROSAMOND SKY PARK            86 F      0830 PM 05/01   2418 FT
RANDSBURG                    86 F      0400 PM 05/01   357 FT

...SOUTHEASTERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
DELANO                       102 F     0341 PM 05/01   309 FT
ALLENSWORTH STATE PARK       101 F     0842 PM 05/01   213 FT
ARVIN                        99 F      0400 PM 05/01   428 FT
NORTH VISALIA                96 F      0842 PM 05/01   323 FT
BAKERSFIELD MEADOWS FIELD    96 F      0654 PM 05/01   489 FT
BAKERSFIELD-ROSEDALE         96 F      0841 PM 05/01   400 FT
FARMERSVILLE                 96 F      0845 PM 05/01   377 FT
MCFARLAND CITY HALL          96 F      0822 PM 05/01   351 FT
FOUNTAIN SPRINGS RAWS        96 F      0700 PM 05/01   794 FT
WOODLAKE                     96 F      0824 PM 05/01   350 FT
METTLER                      95 F      0843 PM 05/01   488 FT
6 WNW BAKERSFIELD            95 F      0841 PM 05/01   400 FT
TULARE                       95 F      0843 PM 05/01   298 FT
TULARE CITY FIRE             95 F      0836 PM 05/01   288 FT
PORTERVILLE AIRPORT          95 F      0815 PM 05/01   442 FT
LAMONT                       94 F      0844 PM 05/01   511 FT
3 SW PORTERVILLE             94 F      0600 PM 05/01   436 FT
3 NNE BAKERSFIELD            93 F      0827 PM 05/01   586 FT
KERO CHANNEL 23              93 F      0825 PM 05/01   408 FT
VISALIA AIRPORT              93 F      0815 PM 05/01   295 FT

...SOUTHWESTERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
HANFORD AIRPORT              98 F      0653 PM 05/01   242 FT
LEMOORE NAS                  96 F      0656 PM 05/01   233 FT
BUTTONWILLOW                 95 F      0844 PM 05/01   285 FT
KETTLEMAN CITY               95 F      0400 PM 05/01   240 FT
AVENAL                       93 F      0840 PM 05/01   784 FT
SUNFLOWER VALLEY             93 F      0844 PM 05/01   751 FT
TAFT                         93 F      0841 PM 05/01   757 FT
KETTLEMAN HILLS              93 F      0350 PM 05/01   810 FT
TAFT COOP                    93 F      0750 PM 05/01   913 FT
HIGHWAY 46 AT KECKS RD.      92 F      0630 PM 05/01   790 FT

...TULARE COUNTY FOOTHILLS...
LAKE KAWEAH                  96 F      0645 PM 05/01   540 FT
SEQUOIA NP ASH MTN           94 F      0704 PM 05/01   1730 FT
THREE RIVERS PUMPKIN HOLLOW  91 F      0829 PM 05/01   1240 FT
THREE RIVERS EDISON POWER    91 F      0300 PM 05/01   1140 FT
MILO                         88 F      0727 PM 05/01   1922 FT

...TULARE COUNTY MOUNTAINS...
OAK OPENING                  88 F      0712 PM 05/01   3091 FT

...WEST-CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY...
TRANQUILITY                  99 F      0844 PM 05/01   203 FT
LOS BANOS                    96 F      0843 PM 05/01   114 FT
MENDOTA                      96 F      0600 PM 05/01   164 FT
SELMA                        95 F      0842 PM 05/01   269 FT
HURON                        95 F      0841 PM 05/01   403 FT
LOS BANOS                    95 F      0824 PM 05/01   104 FT
HURON                        95 F      0749 PM 05/01   404 FT
LOS BANOS                    94 F      0845 PM 05/01   103 FT
COALINGA                     94 F      0400 PM 05/01   670 FT
FIREBAUGH                    94 F      0743 PM 05/01   223 FT
SAN LUIS NWR                 94 F      0731 PM 05/01   65 FT
EAST LOS BANOS               94 F      0734 PM 05/01   69 FT
LOS BANOS                    93 F      0400 PM 05/01   120 FT
SAN LUIS DAM                 93 F      0702 PM 05/01   323 FT
GUSTINE AIRPORT              91 F      0838 PM 05/01   79 FT
SANTA NELLA                  91 F      0634 PM 05/01   171 FT
SAN LUIS RESERVOIR           91 F      0628 PM 05/01   320 FT
CEDAR CANYON                 89 F      0600 PM 05/01   164 FT
SAN LUIS RESERVOIR           89 F      0642 PM 05/01   264 FT
SAN LUIS RESERVOIR           87 F      0600 PM 04/30   265 FT

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS HANFORD CA





000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD





000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD




000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD




000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD





000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440 CCA
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD




000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440 CCA
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD





000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440 CCA
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD





000
NOUS46 KHNX 011440 CCA
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-031445-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
740 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD




000
NOUS46 KHNX 011435
PNSHNX

CAZ089>092-031500

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY - HANFORD CA
735 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

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WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD




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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY - HANFORD CA
735 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD




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