Mount Vernon News


mount vernon, ohio at 11:26 pm

L/SNOW 23°

Wind: WSW at 8 mph Pressure: 30.47



Cold with a snow shower

Cold with a snow shower 29°/18 °



Cold with some sun
Cold with some sun

28° / 20 °


Snow at times
Snow at times

34° / 32 °


Low clouds
Low clouds

41° / 25 °



37° / 26 °



A chilly wind over the warm Great Lakes will allow
lake-effect snow bands to persist downwind of the Great
Lakes tomorrow. Whiteout conditions and treacherous travel
will remain a concern. Most areas along the Atlantic
Seaboard and across the Southeast can expect dry but chilly
conditions. Moist air off the Atlantic could trigger a few
showers in South Florida. Meanwhile, a swath of accumulating
snow will expand from the Dakotas to Wisconsin and Illinois,
potentially causing slick travel across the region. The West
will remain unsettled with bouts of rain, some heavy, 
expected from western Washington to central California. Snow
will bury most inland areas from the Washington and Oregon
Cascades to the Rockies. Dry weather will hold from Southern
California to New Mexico.   

SPECIAL WEATHER                    
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
Record High from Thursday:         
-Key West, Fla., tied the record of 85 degrees, originally set in 
Record Lows from Thursday:         
-Casper, Wyo., set a record of 33 degrees below zero, smashing the 
record of 29 degrees below zero set in 2009.  This also made it the 
earliest on record falling to 33 degrees below zero or colder, 
breaking the record of Dec. 20, 1990 when it was 36 degrees below 
-Douglas, Wyo., set a record of 22 degrees below zero, breaking the 
record of 21 degrees below zero set in 2005.
Snowfall Record from Thursday:     
-Marquette, Mich., had 9.2 inches of snow, breaking the record of 8.0 
inches set in 1977.                
Other Snowfall Totals (inches) from Thursday:
-East Concord, N.Y.: 15.5          
-Gile, Wis.:         12.4                  
-Gowanda, N.Y.:      12.0               
-Winchester, Wis.:   11.0            
-Cattaraugus, N.Y.:   9.0            
-Girard, Pa.:         7.5                  
-Conneaut, Ohio:      7.0               
-Erie, Pa.:           4.8                    
Lowest temperatures (F) for the 24-hour period ending at 02 a.m. ET 
Friday, 12/09/2016                 
Casper, Wyo.            -33                                
West Yellowstone, Mont. -27                                
Walden, Colo.           -26                                
Jackson, Wyo.           -24                                
Afton, Wyo.             -24                                
Laramie, Wyo.           -23                                
Stanley, Idaho          -22                                
Douglas, Wyo.           -22                                
Pinedale, Wyo.          -22                                
Hettinger, N.D.         -21                                
Watford City, N.D.      -20                                
Big Piney, Wyo.         -20                                
Gillette, Wyo.          -19                                
Dickinson, N.D.         -18                                
Williston, N.D.         -18                                
DAILY EXTREMES                     
National High Yesterday  86 at Opa Locka, Florida
National Low  Yesterday -33 at Casper, Wyoming
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PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
Sheridan, N.Y.     1908    Temperature dropped to 41 degrees below
                           zero F., an all-time low.

Yuma, Ariz.        1982    Some street flooding resulted after 9.1
                           inches of rain fell.