Mount Vernon News
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Mount Vernon, Ohio

SUNNY

Wednesday 8:26 pm

SUNNY

48°

Wind: N at 5 mph

Pressure: 30.08

today

Mostly sunny and cool

Mostly sunny and cool

54° 32 °

 

 

thursday

Partly sunny and warmer
Partly sunny and warmer

64° 46 °

 

friday

A stray morning shower
A stray morning shower

71° 43 °

 

saturday

Partly sunny and cooler
Partly sunny and cooler

57° 35 °

 

sunday

Variable cloudiness
Variable cloudiness

60° 39 °

 

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NATIONAL SUMMARY                   
 
-A cold front tracking across the East spread showers and 
thunderstorms across the region yesterday with colder air moving 
across the region in the wake of the front. Some of the strongest 
storms associated with this front moved over southeastern 
Pennsylvania late yesterday afternoon with wind gusts as high as 55 
mph, knocking over several trees and power lines. Hail ranging from 
the size of peas to quarters was also a byproduct of these storms. 
Warm air surged ahead of this cold front, reaching 80 degrees as far 
north as Georgetown, Del.          
-Temperatures remained above normal in the Plains with a few 
thunderstorms developing over western Kansas and western Nebraska 
late in the day, producing wind gusts up to 50 mph. A low pressure 
system tracking over the Pacific Northwest spread showers and a few 
thunderstorms across the region, as well as strong winds over the 
Four Corners region. This resulted in wind gusts ranging from 55 mph 
to 80 mph across Utah with the strongest winds north and east of Salt 
Lake City. While much of the precipitation from this system stayed 
out of the Southwest, a few morning showers managed to make their way 
far enough south to reach San Francisco, resulting in the city's 
first measurable rainfall since April 4.
 
 
 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
Powerful Storm Slams Utah          
 
-Today marks the anniversary of when a powerful storm took aim at Utah 
back in 1999. Heavy snow buried parts of the state with the town of 
Sinks Canyon receiving 4 feet of snow. Strong winds lashed the state 
in addition to the snow with a wind gust of 113 mph in Brigham City 
setting a new state record for a gust below the elevation of 5,000 
feet.                              
 
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
Record High from Tuesday:          
 
-San Juan, Puerto Rico, tied the record of 95 degrees, originally set 
in 1983.                           
 
Record High Minimums from Tuesday: 
 
-Newport Beach, Calif., tied the record of 60 degrees, originally set 
in 1997.                           
-El Cajon, Calif., tied the record of 59 degrees, originally set in 
1997.                              
-Riverside, Calif., tied the record of 57 degrees, originally set in 
1997.                              
-Big Bear, Calif., set a record of 44 degrees, breaking the record of 
43 degrees set in 1999.            
 
Rainfall Records from Tuesday:     
 
-Stanley, Idaho, had 0.33 of an inch, breaking the record of 0.26 of 
an inch set in 1923.               
-Lake Yellowstone, Wyo., had 0.30 of an inch, breaking the record of 
0.16 of an inch set in 2003.       
 
Severe Weather Reports from Tuesday:
 
-Shingles were blown off a roof in Rigby, Idaho.
-The roof was blown off a trailer in Bonneville County, Idaho.
-Power poles were downed and others were damaged in Fremont County, 
Idaho.                             
-Trees and wires were downed in Lititz, Pa.
-Trees were blown down in West Philadelphia, Pa.
-A 61-mph wind gust was recorded in Tucumcari, N.M.
 
 
24-Hour Rainfall Totals, as of 1 a.m. EDT Wednesday:                  
 
Monticello, AR  0.86"                              
Troutdale, OR   0.85"                              
Pecos, TX       0.81"                              
Bonneville, ID  0.75"                              
Tacoma, WA      0.74"                              
Astoria, OR     0.73"                              
Great Falls, MT 0.63"                              
Omak, WA        0.60"                              
Seattle, WA     0.57"                              
Bremerton, WA   0.57"                              
Tuscaloosa, AL  0.55"                              
Greenville, MS  0.53"                              
Vancouver, WA   0.52"                              
Cleveland, MS   0.49"                              
Ephrata, WA     0.46"                              
North Bend, OR  0.45"                              
 
Utah Wind Gusts from Tuesday (in mph):
 
Ogden Peak     96                                 
Vernon Hill    86                                 
South Mountain 82                                 
Signal Peak    75                                 
Sherwood Hills 74                                 
Lehi           73                                 
Draper         72                                 
Dog Valley     66                                 
 
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday 97 at Phoenix, Arizona
 
National Low  Yesterday 23 at Leadville, Colorado
 
 
 
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APRIL 23

PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
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Laramie, Wyo.      1983    On this date, 16 inches of snow (12 inches in 
                           eight hours).

Fargo, N.D.        1990    The high temperature reached 91 degrees, the
                           earliest 90-degree (or above) reading on
                           record.