Mount Vernon News
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Mount Vernon, Ohio

CLEAR

Thursday 10:26 pm

CLEAR

52°

Wind: S at 5 mph

Pressure: 30.34

today

Pleasant and warmer

Pleasant and warmer

62° 38 °

 

 

friday

Showers around
Showers around

64° 41 °

 

saturday

Clouds and sun
Clouds and sun

60° 36 °

 

sunday

Times of clouds and sun
Times of clouds and sun

70° 44 °

 

monday

Chance of a shower
Chance of a shower

71° 50 °

 

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NATIONAL SUMMARY                   
 
-It was a dry, chilly day across the East Wednesday in the wake of a 
cold front the moved through Tuesday. Temperatures ran 10 to 20 
degrees below normal across the region with new record lows set in 
Syracuse and Buffalo, N.Y.; Erie, Pa.; Clarksville, Tenn.; 
Greenville, S.C.; Montgomery, Ala.; and Pensacola, Fla. This chill 
also gripped much of the Great Lakes and northern Plains as low 
pressure delivered snow from the Dakotas to the Upper Peninsula of 
Michigan. The heaviest snow fell over east-central Minnesota, just 
north and east of the city of Minneapolis. Snow totals in this area 
topped 1 foot, covering roads in snow and causing the Minnesota Twins 
to postpone their game originally scheduled for Wednesday evening.
-The balance of the country remained dry with the exception of some 
rain showers over Washington and snow showers over the Rockies. Areas 
of the West that stayed dry had temperatures above normal, but they 
did not set any record highs.      
 
 
 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
Remembering Northeast Snowstorm on 1821
 
-Today marks the anniversary of when a snowstorm impacted the 
Northeast, delivering heavy snow to parts of the region. Only 1 inch 
of snow fell at the nation's capital, but enough snow fell in New 
York City for sleighs to be out in the city. Boston received a foot 
of snow with Warchester, Mass., recording 16 inches. Much of this 
snow melted within days of falling.
 
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
Some Record Lows from Wednesday:   
 
-Marquette, Mich., set a record of 5 degrees below zero, smashing the 
record of 3 degrees set way back in 1875.  This is also the latest 
subzero reading on record, breaking the record of April 10, 2007 when 
it was 3 degrees below zero.       
-Rhinelander, Wis., set a record of 9 degrees, breaking the record of 
12 degrees set in 1983.            
-Stevens Point, Wis., set a record of 15 degrees, breaking the record 
of 17 degrees set in 1962.         
-Youngstown, Ohio,set a record of 18 degrees, breaking the record of 
21 degrees originally set in 1935 and tied in 1980.
-Montpelier, Vt., tied the record of 18 degrees, originally set in 
1992.                              
-Toledo, Ohio, set a record of 19 degrees, breaking the record of 20 
degrees set way back in 1875.      
-Binghamton, N.Y., set a record of 19 degrees, smashing the record of 
24 degrees originally set in 1962 and tied in 1980.  This is also the 
latest in record in the teens, breaking the record of April 12, 1976 
when it was 14 degrees.            
-Massena, N.Y., set a record of 19 degrees, smashing the record of 23 
degrees set in 2005.               
-Erie, Pa., tied the record of 21 degrees, originally set way back in 
1875.                              
-El Dorado, Ark., tied the record of 32 degrees, originally set in 
1961.                              
-Monroe, La., set a record of 36 degrees, breaking the record of 37 
degrees set in 1961.               
-Mobile, Ala., tied the record of 37 degrees, originally set in 2007.
-Pensacola, Fla., tied the record of 42 degrees, originally set in 
1928 and first tied in 1962.       
-Brownsville, Texas, tied the record of 46 degrees, originally set in 
1928.                              
 
 
Some Snowfall Totals from Wednesday:
 
Nowthen, MN       17.0"                              
Monticello, MN    14.6"                              
Milaca, MN        14.5"                              
St. Francis, MN   14.0"                              
East Bethel, MN   13.8"                              
Stacy, MN         13.0"                              
Cosmos, MN        12.7"                              
Webb Lake, WI     12.3"                              
Mora, MN          12.0"                              
Rogers, MN        11.3"                              
Zimmerman, MN     11.0"                              
Sacred Heart, MN   9.3"                               
Ashland, WI        9.1"                               
Coon Rapids, MN    9.0"                               
Mellen, WI         8.5"                               
Wrenshall, MN      8.2"                               
Sauk Centre, MN    8.0"                               
Gile, WI           7.5"                               
Holyoke, MN        7.0"                               
Watertown, MN      6.2"                               
West Duluth, MN    6.0"                               
Marquette, MI      5.6"                               
New Hope, MN       5.1"                               
Artichoke, MN      4.0"                               
 
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday 103 at Death Valley, California
 
National Low  Yesterday  -9 at Spincich Lake, Michigan
 
 
 
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APRIL 17

PLACE               YEAR                  EVENT
______________________________________________________________________________

Ft. Wayne, Ind.     1963    Precipitation totalling 2.65 inches, hail 1.75
                            inches in diameter, two tornadoes, 21 buildings
                            destroyed and $650,000 damage.

Abernathy, Texas    1992    Hail 2.5 inches in diameter fell during a
                            severe thunderstorm.