Saturday 11:26 am
Wind: ENE at 9 mph
NATIONAL SUMMARY A line of rain and thunderstorms developed ahead of a cold front on Friday. The line extended from the Northeast to the central Plains early Friday morning before progressing eastward throughout the day. By late Friday, the line of storms extended from the mid-Atlantic to the Deep South. The passage of the cold front will bring a shot of cooler air across the eastern U.S. to begin the weekend. An area of high pressure provided a dry day across the Midwest. The majority of the Midwest dealt with cloud cover throughout the day. High temperatures were below normal across the Great Lakes. A push of warmer air led to high temperatures above normal across the Plains. An area of heavy rain pounded portions of Texas near the Rio Grande River. Over 2 inches of rain fell across Brownsville and Carrizo, Texas. A pocket of warm air settled from eastern Texas to Mississippi. With the exception of a few spotty showers across Washington, the West remained dry on Friday. Heat continued to build across much of California. Camarillo, California, reached 108 F on Friday. this not only broke the previous record high of 96 F set in 1976, this was also the warmest temperature ever recorded. Los Angeles reached 100 F, just shy of the old record of 102 F set in 1988. The normal high temperature for Los Angeles is 79 F. SPECIAL WEATHER 1979 Mid-Atlantic Snow Early season snowfall dropped up to 12 inches on Webster County, West Virginia; 9 inches at Staunton, Virginia; 1 inch at Dulles Airport, 0.3 of an inch in Washington, D.C., and 2.1 inches at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The ground was whitened throughout Maryland, northern Virginia, eastern West Virginia, eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and eastern New York and southern New England. Philadelphia broke an 84-year low temperature record in midafternoon. Snow fell as far south as Richmond, Virginia, (earliest on record). The World Series Game in Baltimore was postponed. WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS --Coastal flooding occurred in Florida International University, in Miami-Dade County, during Friday morning. Parking lots at Haulover Marina were inundated. --Coastal flooding occurred at Dania Beach, Florida, during Friday morning. --Coastal flooding occurred in Miami Beach, Florida, during Thursday evening and Friday morning. --A waterspout was observed off the coast of South Beach, Florida, during Friday midday. --Flash flooding occurred in parts of Maverick County, Texas, during Friday morning. --Flooding occurred in Uvalde County, Texas, during Friday morning. Many roads were impassible in the town by the same name. --Flash flooding occurred in Carrizo Springs, Texas, during Friday morning. --Multiple roads were closed due to flash flooding in La Pryor, Texas, during Friday morning. 24-Hour Rainfall Totals ending at 2 A.M. EDT (inches): Ketchikan, AK 3.97 Brownsville, TX 2.55 Annette, AK 2.54 Klawock, AK 2.20 Rome, GA 2.13 Carrizo, TX 2.07 Hydaburg, AK 1.90 Hoonah, AK 1.84 Haines, AK 1.66 Aberdeen, MD 1.56 Cotulla, TX 1.56 Chattanooga, TN 1.53 Del Rio, TX 1.47 Rome, NY 1.46 Islip, NY 1.43 Corpus Christi, TX 1.33 False Pass, AK 1.30 Mt. Washington, NH 1.21 Shirley, NY 1.21 Angoon, AK 1.15 Orange, TX 1.09 Huntsville, AL 1.08 Wrangell, AK 1.07 Syracuse, NY 1.06 DAILY EXTREMES National High Yesterday 108 at Death Valley, California National Low Yesterday 26 at Bridgeport, California COPYRIGHT 2015 ACCUWEATHER, INC
Copyright AccuWeather, Inc. 2015 All Rights Reserved OCTOBER 10 PLACE YEAR EVENT ___________________________________________________________________________ New England 1925 Widespread early snow fell in New England, accumulating 24 inches in northern Vermont and New Hampshire. Highways were blocked over the weekend, and football games were played in deep snow. Key West, Fla. 1990 Tropical Storm Marco formed on this date, becoming the 13th named storm in the Atlantic during 1990.