NATIONAL SUMMARY Showers and thunderstorms will affect much of the Northeast, mid-Atlantic, Ohio Valley and southward through the Southeast tomorrow as a weak wave of low pressure slowly moves along a stationary boundary in the Ohio Valley. Farther west, moisture feeding into the Southwest will ignite showers and thunderstorms across Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. While farther north, a cold front will ignite severe thunderstorms in the afternoon in eastern Montana and the western Dakotas, bringing the threat for damaging winds and large hail. Elsewhere, it will be dry and seasonably warm in California and the Northwest, the Plains and the western and central Great Lakes. SPECIAL WEATHER WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS Some record high temperatures (degrees F) from Friday.... -Location: New Record/Old record (year) -Elko, NE: 102/101(1978) -Idyllwild, CA: 94/94(1995) -Lancaster, CA: 110/109(1995) -Sandberg, CA: 103/100(1995) -Mt. Shasta City, CA: 102/99(2014) -Klamath Falls, OR: 98/96(2009) -Alamosa, CO: 91/90(1951) Severe weather incidents Friday: -Flash flooding occurred near Blanchester, Ohio, during the early evening. -Flash flooding occurred near Richmond, Kentucky, during the late afternoon. -Pea to ping pong-sized hail covered the ground near Merriman, Nebraska, during the afternoon. -Flash flooding occurred near Westmoreland, Tennessee, during the midday. -Flash flooding occurred near Gallatin, Tennessee, during the midday. -A waterspout was observed near Tampa, Florida, during the morning. -Flash flooding occurred in Sharon Grove, Kentucky, during the morning. 24-hour rainfall (inches) as of 9:00 p.m. EDT Friday... Searcy AR 2.63 De Kalb, IL 2.34 Ozark, AL 1.60 Belmar, NJ 1.59 Huntington, IN 1.57 Millville, NJ 1.51 Orlando, FL 1.45 Harrison, AR 1.42 Bowling Green, KY 1.38 Monticello, KY 1.30 Westhampton, NY 1.29 Hanover, VA 1.26 Chicago, IL 1.23 Dayton, OH 1.22 Enid, OK 1.21 DAILY EXTREMES National High Yesterday 127 at Death Valley, California National Low Yesterday 35 at Walden, Colorado COPYRIGHT 2016 ACCUWEATHER, INC
Copyright AccuWeather, Inc. 2016 All Rights Reserved JULY 30 PLACE YEAR EVENT _____________________________________________________________________________ Connecticut 1683 "A considerable flood arose unexpectedly which proved detrimental to many in that colony." This was the first of two hurricane/floods within 30 days. Colorado 1989 Thunderstorms with heavy rain flood and washed out many roads across the northeastern part of the state.