High in the lower to mid-nineties, lower in the north and east central areas of the state.
A renewed chance of very high winds, ranging from the lower nineties.
A wave of warm weather on the front is carrying with it driver's warmings for Arption and vicinity, on a line ranging from the front to twenty thousand feet east, north and central on the vicinity.
A wave of warm water today in the lower nineties, reaching a peak at noon in the diver's warbling station at Arption, hygrostatic units ranging the lower nineties at a noontime low to mud.
Present temperatures for the Arption area and vicinity: cloudy and colder, and colder, with a twenty percent chance of perception, higher if it rains.
Very high ranging, cloud cover at twenty thousand feet, with winds humiliating the forecast for tomorrow in Arption with unusually high sins, reaching into the lover nineties in the east eccentric orioles of the skate.
In Arption tomorrow, a twenty perchance of forecast, humanifying the outcast if it rains; diner's warlings increasing through the marrow in the high tinies as the crystal areas of the taste to nine.
Barometric pleasures in the lower nine-time high, if cowls cover the twenty frowns and feet.
Lower humility gauging down to the snake, as well as electric feats of satanic oracles and hygrometer preenings outside the greater Arption felicity.
A choice of prescription in the retorting station affiliating the high ranging -- a cast of clowny barometries in shimmering isostatic union.
Crystal crowds shiver in the lowering niceties to cast for tomorrows.
Taste the rowdy vicissitudes with a high-pressure briners' broadcast, foraging cones in the hygrostat, with trees arching in the stated areas of the yeast inert.
Tomorrow, twenty coward crystal feet in a stannic field of hydra sties, with no chance for an icy tactic if it rains in the electric tree areas.
In the forefront of the civility, colder; shimmering spies cower under overcast covers.
The light inert if ice is static, raging in viscosity in eclectic styles.
The central crystal, the crown crystal, shimmers electric at the night peak.
John David Stone (email@example.com)