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mount vernon, ohio at 2:26 pm
M/CLOUDY

M/CLOUDY 75°

Wind: W at 11 mph Pressure: 29.95

 

today

Clouds and sun, a t-storm

Clouds and sun, a t-storm 80°/54 °

 

saturday

Mostly sunny and pleasant
Mostly sunny and pleasant

78° / 54 °

sunday

Partly sunny and pleasant
Partly sunny and pleasant

79° / 61 °

monday

Cloudy with a little rain
Cloudy with a little rain

76° / 64 °

tuesday

A t-storm in the area
A t-storm in the area

82° / 66 °

 

NATIONAL SUMMARY

Drier and less humid air will return to the northeastern
United States tomorrow. There may be a few showers early in
the day across northern New England. A stalled frontal
boundary across the Southeast will trigger a few afternoon
showers and thunderstorms. High pressure will be in control
across the Midwest, providing sunshine to the area.
Meanwhile, a storm across the central Plains will develop
rounds of heavy rain from eastern Kansas into southern
Illinois which could lead to widespread flash flooding.
Monsoonal thunderstorms will dot the Intermountain West with
some storms producing enough rain to cause flash flooding.
Dry and warm conditions will hold from Washington to
California.

 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
Significant weather incidents Thursday...
 
--1.00-inch diameter hail fell near Pender, Nebraska, during the 
midday.                            
--Thunderstorm winds gusted to 61 mph at Waseca, Minnesota, during 
the midday.                        
--Thunderstorm winds gusted to 52 mph at Mankato, Minnesota, during 
the midday.                        
--A waterspout was observed 10 miles southwest of Tampa, Florida, 
during the midday.                 
--A waterspout was observed near Cedar Point, North Carolina, during 
the morning.                       
--Multiple waterspouts were observed just offshore of Emerald Isle, 
North Carolina, during the morning.
 
Number of 90-degree Fahrenheit days so far this year...
 
--Washington, D.C.: 5               --Minneapolis, Minn.: 5           
--Atlanta, Ga.: 22        	    --Philadelphia, Pa.: 8
--Cincinnati, Ohio: 7               --Charlotte, N.C.: 14
--New York, N.Y.: 1                 --Atlantic City (AP), N.J.: 6     
--Nashville, Tenn.: 24    	    --Boston, Mass.: 1 
--Richmond, Va.: 3                  --Indianapolis, Ind.: 8
--Pittsburgh, Pa.: 2                --Albany, N.Y.: 4                 
--Burlington, Vt.: 5                --Detroit, Mich.: 5
--Hartford, Conn.: 5                --Portland, Maine: 0 
--Chicago, Ill.: 6                  --Providence, R.I.: 1       
--Baltimore, Md.: 7
 
Rainfall Thursday (inches):        
 
Carroll, IA          2.73"                              
Palacios, TX         2.31"                              
Troy, AL             2.16"                              
Mountain Home, AR    1.97"                              
Branson, MO          1.93"                              
Pensacola, FL        1.72"                              
Franklin, VA         1.64"                              
Iowa Falls, IA       1.61"                              
Punta Gorda, FL      1.46"                              
Miami, FL            1.46"                              
Burlington, CO       1.38"                              
Flippen, AR          1.37"                              
Vero Beach, FL       1.36"                              
Iowa City, IA        1.21"                              
Apalachicola, FL     1.14"                              
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday Yesterday 120 at Death Valley, California
National Low Yesterday Yesterday 32 at Gardiner, Montana
 
 
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JULY 01

PLACE                  YEAR                  EVENT
_______________________________________________________________________________
Douglas, Wis.          1876    An ice field with an area of 25 square miles was
                               still at the head of Lake Superior.

Stampede Pass, Wash.   1979    A total of 5.8 inches of snow at 3,800 feet.
                               (5.8 inches is a new record snowfall for July;
                               the old record was 5.4 inches.)