Mount Vernon News
 

 

Mount Vernon, Ohio

CLOUDY

Wednesday 6:26 am

CLOUDY

45°

Wind: NW at 8 mph

Pressure: 30.18

today

Clouds breaking and cool

 

55° / 38 °

Clouds breaking and cool

 

thursday

A full day of sunshine
A full day of sunshine

57° / 38 °

friday

Partly sunny
Partly sunny

59° / 40 °

saturday

Periods of sun
Periods of sun

62° / 39 °

sunday

Sunny and pleasant
Sunny and pleasant

61° / 40 °

NATIONAL SUMMARY                   
 
Temperatures across the central and northern Plains soared well above 
normal yesterday. Highs rose into the upper 70s and lower 80s, 
putting locations 15 to 20 degrees above their normal high 
temperatures for this time of the year. The warm weather extended 
into the Northwest and down across the Southwest where daytime highs 
were 5 to 10 degrees above normal as well.
A low pressure system in the Northeast brought showers and rain to 
the region yesterday, where locations like Mount Washington, New 
Hampshire, picked up 0.47 of an inch of rain, and allowed clouds to 
linger in the Midwest and Great Lakes keeping temperatures cool. 
Unsettled weather in the Gulf of Mexico late yesterday developed into 
Tropical Depression 9, and if this system continues to strengthen it 
will become Tropical Storm Hanna.  
 
 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
Earliest Snowstorm hits Northern New England
Today marks the 45th anniversary of the earliest and heaviest 
snowstorm to impact areas of northern New England on record since 
1925. Locations in Vermont picked up over a foot of snow, especially 
in mountain areas. In Burlington, Vermont, 5.1 inches of snow became 
the 24-hour October record, and Portland, Maine, broke an early 
season record with 3.6 inches.     
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
--0.75 of an inch-diameter hail fell on Brick Township, New Jersey, 
Tuesday afternoon.                 
--0.25 of an inch-diameter hail fell on Point Pleasant and Bayville, 
New Jersey, Tuesday afternoon.     
--A waterspout was observed just east of Seaside Heights, New Jersey, 
Tuesday afternoon.                 
--A waterspout was observed near Marathon, Florida, Tuesday morning.
--Thunderstorm winds gusted to 43 mph near Key West, Florida, Tuesday 
morning.                           
--Thunderstorm winds gusted to 45 mph near Key Largo, Florida, 
Tuesday morning.                   
A storm will spin up along the New England coast at midweek and will 
take on characteristics of a nor'easter with drenching wind-swept 
rain and coastal flooding in some locations. One or more days of 
rainy, windy and unsettled weather conditions are in store this week 
for the northeastern United States from Virginia to Maine.
 
 
24-Hour Rainfall Totals Ending at 1 a.m. EDT (in inches):
 
West Palm Beach, FL                2.64                                   
Hilton, Head, SC                   1.96                                   
Key West, FL                       1.83                                   
Vero Beach, FL                     1.56                                   
Quillayute, WA                     1.49                                   
Portland, ME                       1.43                                   
Cape Canaveral, FL                 1.16                                   
Wiscasset, ME                      1.11                                   
Marfa, TX                          1.11                                   
Akron, OH                          1.00                                   
Houston, TX                        1.00                                   
Fryeburg, ME                       0.96                                   
DuBois, PA                         0.80                                   
Augusta, ME                        0.75                                   
Franklin, PA                       0.74                                   
Baltimore, MD                      0.72                                   
Tillamook, OR                      0.70                                   
Youngstown, OH                     0.66                               
 
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday 95 at Palm Springs, California
National Low Yesterday 20 at Bodie State Park, California
 
 
 
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OCTOBER 22

PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
_______________________________________________________________________
California         1965    Temperature reached 104 degrees at San Diego
                           (record for date). Record for date 100
                           degrees at Los Angeles (downtown). Climax of
                           heat wave of record duration in Southern
                           California.

Nicaragua          1988    Hurricane Juan killed more than 200 people
                           and resulted in $1.5 billion in damages.