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Query help (again)
I have 2 tables, one (tblLOCProfile) is a list of locations, start day, and end day (LOCATION, StartDay, EndDay).  The other table (tblDailyData) consists of a list of locations and a temperature reading for each day of the year (LOCATION, DayofYear, TEMPERATURE). What I want to do is get an average of TEMPERATURE for each location based of the Day of Year range (StartDay, EndDay) from the first table.  THe kicker is the StartDay and EndDay may be different for each location. Any ideas of how to go about constructing such a query? Thanks,
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