Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 184, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 5, 1990 Page: 7 of 49
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Sulphur Springs for August 4,1990
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Friday Saturday Sunday
Last Year High 91
Last Year Low 74
Record High 104
Set In 1954
Record Low 62
Set In 1|73
Rainfall to date:
Local August History
.verage mean temperature. 82.2 degrees; warmest August (mean),
I in 1954; coldest August (mean), 78.0 in 1971; average daily
high, 94; average overnight low, 70; extremes recorded, 110 in 1956
aid 1964 and 49 in 1967; highest rainfall, 7.58 inches in 1955;
lowest rainfall, .01 of an inch in 1952; average number of rainy days,
Some heavy rain
Heavy rain triggered by a low-pressure system fell in some pans
of North Texas Saturday, and forecasters predicted more rain through
the rest of the weekend.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms also developed in west,
central and northern parts of the region, the National Weather Service
said. An upper-level trough of low pressure was approaching the
Rain also fell in the South Plains and Concho Valley of West
Mostly cloudy skies covered North and South Central Texas ex-
cept for southeastern sections where skies were mostly clear to partly
Temperatures ranged from the 70s in the north to the 80s in
southern regions. Extremes were 63 degrees at Marfa and 85 degrees
at the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station.
Winds were southerly under the influence of a high-pressure sys-
tem in South Texas. An influx of Gulf moisture produced high
humidity levels. In the north, winds were south to southeasterly at 5
to 10 mph and gusty near storms.
Scattered afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms were
expected through Sunday in western parts of South Tfcxas and in
North Texas. More storms should develop in northwestern parts of
North Ifexas, with highs Sunday from the upper 80s to the mid 90s.
Some highs should reach the 100s in the Rio Grande Plains.
Nation is wet ’n dry
Ear|y morning rain and thunderstorms hit parts of Missouri,
Florida and Oklahoma Saturday, while Kght showers fell in Indiana.
Elsewhere in the nation, weather was mostly dry.
Many areas had temperatures in the 70s before dawn, with Las
Vegas registering 86 degrees and Phoenix 84 degrees as mid-summer
heat was expected to rise nationwide throughout the day.
Thunderstorms roamed across central Oklahoma and at St. Louis.
There was a light rain in Indianapolis and thunderstorms were over
the-ripofPlorida at Key West
Saturday’s forecast called for showers and thunderstorms to fall in
southern Illinois and western Ohio as a cold front pushes across the
Great Lakes region into the Ohio Valley. _
Across the southern end of the front, rain and ihtnRirstonflK
expected to develop in the Tfexas panhandle, southern Oklahomrond
Scattered thunderstorms are likely in the afternoon and evening
along the eastern Rockies, but the remainder of the West was to have
dry weather with temperatures soaring into the 100s in Cal
Eastern seaboard. Southeast and southern Plains were expec-
ted to bask in dry and sunny weather, and temperatures were to be
above normal in the Northeast.
For the traveler
Oklahoma: Mostly cloudy and cooler Sunday with widely seat-
toed thunderstorms Panhandle and southeast Lows overnight upper
SOs Panhandle to near 70 east Highs Sunday 77 to 86.
Most who watch tv
By SCOTT WILLIAMS
AP Television Writer
NE M YORK (AP) - Roseanne
Barr has the nation's most popular
TV program. At least, that was the
case before she screeched the na-
“Roseanne" led the ratings last
week with a 14.6, according to A.C.
Nielsen Co. figures released
Tuesday. Each point represents
ABC’s “Roseanne,” which won
during a week of abysmal summer-
time viewing levels, aired the day
before its star massacred the na-
tional anthem at a San Diego Pad-
res game, drawing the wrath of
baseball fans and President Bush.
Overall, ABC pulled even with
NBC the perennial winner. Both
averaged an 8.9 rating for the week.
CBS was third at 8.4, but all three
networks averaged only a 17 share,
or 17 percent of the televisions in
“The three networks’ share was
a 51 for the week. That’s among the
lowest, if not the lowest ever recor-
ded,” said David Marans, a media
research analyst at the J. Walter
Thompson advertising agency.
“They received about half the
available viewers. That has to be a
cause for heartache for them.”
Another rerun, NBC’s “Cheers,”
was No. 2, and CBS’ rerun of its
1987 miniseries “Murder Or-
dained" on Sunday tied for third
with NBC’s “The Cosby Show.”
NBC won the ratings on three
nights: Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday, but posted its worst Sun-
day night ratings in history — an
11 share, Marans said.
Fox Broadcasting Co., which airs
its hit shows “The Simpsons,”
“Married ... with Children” and
“In Living Color” on Sunday, ran
into trouble experimenting with
two new shows and a special on
Fox’s “Molloy,” “Glory Days”
and the special “Hollywood Dog”
were the lowest-rated programs on
“They’re not exempt from
viewer defection and viewer deser-
tion,” said Tim Dempsey, another J.
Walter Thompson analyst.
Reruns are outperforming tlie
original programs the networks
have offered this summer,
“There’s always bedn a'general
feeling during the summer season
that all these shows are failed
pilots,” he said. “They’re being
perceived as filler, and that they
weren’t strong enough to make it
onto the lineup permanently.”
Here are the top 10 reruns, with
their networks and ratings:
“Roseanne,” ABC 14.6;
“Cheers,” NBC, 14.4; “The Cosby
Show,” NBC, 13.3; “CBS Sunday
Movie" (“Murder Ordained ).
CBS, 13.3; “Empty Nest,” NBC,
13.1; “Golden Girls,” NBC, 12.9;
“60 Minutes,” CBS, 12.9; “A Dif-
ferent World," NBC, I2J; “Unsol-
ved Mysteries,” NBC 12.3;
“America’s Funniest Home
Videos, "ABC, 12.2.
in the network evening news
ratings, ABC won again with an
8.9. CBS had a 7.8, and NBC a 7.6.
Here are the prime-time TV
ratings as compiled by the A.C.
Nielsen Co. for the week of July
23-29. Top 10 listings include the
week's ranking, with full season-to-
date ranking in parentheses, rating
for the week, and total homes.
An “X” in parentheses denotes
one-time-only presentation. A
rating measures the percentage of
the nation's 92.1 million TV
1. (2) “Roseanne," ABC, 14.6,
13.4 million homes.
2. (1) “Cheers," NBC, 14.4,13.3
3. (3) “The Cosby Show,” NBC,
188.8.131.52 million homes.
3. (30) “Murder Ordained,” Part
1 - “CBS Sunday Movie,” CBS,
184.108.40.206 million homes.
5. (10) “Empty Nest,” NBC,
13.1,12.1 million homes.
6. (9) “60 Minutes," CBS, 12.9,
11.9 million homes.
6. (7) “Golden Girls,” NBC,
220.127.116.11 million homes.
8. (12) “Unsolved Mysteries,”
NBC, 12.3,11.3 million homes.
8. (4) “A Different World,”
NBC, 12.3,11.3 million homes.
10. (5) “America's Funniest
Home Videos,” ABC, 12.2, 11.2
10. (40) “Married ... With
Children,” Fox, 12.2, 11.2 mUlion
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