Reading Eagle (November 4, 1940)
FAIR SKIES PREDICTED FOR ELECTION IN U.S.
Washington, Nov. 4 (UP) –
Voters in most of the country probably will have fair skies on Election Day, but there may be occasional rain in some central and eastern sections.
The weather bureau, in a special advance forecast, said that light rains might fall during daylight hours in portions of the middle and lower Mississippi Valley, in the region bordering the Great Lakes and in parts of the west gulf states and southern plains
In the North Atlantic states, the forecast stated, rain was not likely until election night.