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mount vernon, ohio at 6:26 pm
SUNNY

SUNNY 64°

Wind: W at 10 mph Pressure: 30.00

 

today

Not as warm with rain

Not as warm with rain 71°/45 °

 

tuesday

Mostly sunny
Mostly sunny

71° / 46 °

wednesday

A p.m. shower or two
A p.m. shower or two

67° / 47 °

thursday

A couple of showers
A couple of showers

66° / 56 °

friday

Variable clouds, showers
Variable clouds, showers

65° / 54 °

 

NATIONAL SUMMARY

Rain will drench areas from New England to the mid-Atlantic
coast as a system slowly departs the region tomorrow. Much
of the Ohio Valley and part of the interior Northeast will
get a break from the wet weather. Clusters of thunderstorms
could erupt from southeastern Virginia to Florida. Locations
across the south-central U.S. will get a much-needed break
from the rain. A few storms may linger in South Texas.
Clouds, showers and gusty winds are expected to chill
northern and central Wisconsin and the upper and lower
peninsulas of Michigan, while above-average warmth is
expected to build across the Plains. Spotty, but locally
drenching storms could dot the Southwest. Much of the rest
of the country from the Central states to the West Coast can
expect dry and mainly sunny conditions this day.

 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
Significant weather events as of Sunday:
--Flooding rains on the southern Plains Saturday into Sunday. There 
were multiple reports of flooding including water rescues from west 
Texas to Kansas. Some high rainfall amounts:
7.75" -- Corning, Kan.             
5.34" -- Rossville, Kan.           
5.25" -- near Hoyt, Kan.           
4.97" -- Silver Lake, Kan.         
4.36" -- near Topeka, Kan.         
4.04" -- near Manhattan, Kan.      
 
--A wet 12 months in the Upper Midwest. The 2015-2016 water year, 
which runs from October 1 to September 30, has been wettest on record 
in these sites (as of Sept. 24):   
La Crosse, Wisc. - 48.08 inches. Previous record was 46.67 inches in 
Oct. 1, 1972 to Sept. 30, 1973.    
Rochester, Minn. - 44.78 inches. Previous record was 43.66 inches in 
Oct. 1, 1989 to Sept. 30, 1990.    
 
--Santa Ana winds. High wind gust reports so far from Los Angeles Co.:
63 mph -- Chilao.                  
48 mph -- Whittier Hills.          
47 mph -- Mill Creek.              
 
Highest sustained winds (mph) for the 24-hour period ending at 02 
a.m. ET Monday, 09/26/2016         
 
Mt Washington, N.H.                         64                                 
Mcminnville/Warren Co Mem Airport, TN       45                                 
Buffalo, SD                                 40                                 
Harvey Muni Airport, ND           	    38                                 
Linton Muni Airport, ND          	    38                                 
Guadalupe Pass, TX               	    38                                 
Valley City/Barnes Co Airport, ND  	    37                                 
Minot AFB, ND                     	    37                                 
Cooperstown Muni Airport,ND       	    37                                 
Mandan Muni Airport, ND          	    37                                 
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday  105 at Red Bluff, California
National Low Yesterday  23 at Bridgeport, California
 
 
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SEPTEMBER 26

PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
________________________________________________________________________
California         1963    High temperature of 111 degrees, highest
                           temperature ever recorded in San Diego.

Washington, D.C.   1975    Last of nine straight days with some rain.
                           Total rainfall was 9.86 inches; total for
                           September 1975 was 12.36 inches.