Mount Vernon News
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Mount Vernon, Ohio

CLOUDY

Tuesday 1:26 pm

CLOUDY

63°

Wind: N at 6 mph

Pressure: 29.94

today

Cooler with a t-storm

Cooler with a t-storm

68° 50 °

 

 

wednesday

Partly sunny and pleasant
Partly sunny and pleasant

70° 48 °

 

thursday

Mostly sunny and warmer
Mostly sunny and warmer

81° 61 °

 

friday

Showers, heavy t-storms
Showers, heavy t-storms

67° 43 °

 

saturday

Showers possible
Showers possible

56° 40 °

 

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NATIONAL SUMMARY                   
 
Rain spread from the Southeast up the Eastern Seaboard to the coast 
of the mid-Atlantic yesterday with the heaviest rain focusing on an 
area from the coast of South Carolina to the east coast of Florida. 
Fort Johnson, located just a few miles south of Charleston, South 
Carolina, received some of the most rain yesterday, totaling 4.77 
inches. The heavy rain also led to flooding, closing roads around 
Palm Coast, Florida. It was a warm day over the rest of the East 
where little to no rain fell with Syracuse, New York, hitting the 
80-degree mark for the third day in a row.
It was a warm and dry day from the southern Plains to the lower 
Midwest with highs climbing into the 80s, above normal for late 
September. A cold front moving into the Great Lakes delivered cooler, 
more fall-like weather from northern Wisconsin across the northern 
Plains as well as some showers to Wisconsin and northern Michigan.
Showers and some severe thunderstorms developed over the Front Range 
of the Rockies during the afternoon, stretching from northeastern New 
Mexico into western Nebraska. Storms in this area produced hail as 
large as golf balls and wind gusts that gusted past 75 mph. These 
powerful winds blew over hundreds of trees in a forest in Archuleta 
County, Colorado, and destroyed tents at the Rio Grand Arts and 
Crafts Festival near Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fortunately, no one was 
injured from these strong winds. Showers and some high-elevation snow 
were seen over the northern and central Rockies as well as the 
Northwest with dry conditions over the rest of the West.
 
 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
Anniversary of Record Cold, Snow on the Central Plains
Today marks the anniversary of when the central Plains endured a 
record chilly and snowy day in 1985. Goodland, Kansas, was one of 
several places that set a September record-low temperature on this 
date dropping to 19 F, well below the typical low of 44 F. This date 
was also the third straight day that Goodland set a daily record low. 
The arctic air set the stage for snow to fall across Nebraska as 3.8 
inches whitened Grand Island. That broke the city's record for the 
earliest occurrence of measurable snow.
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
Storm Reports for Monday, Sept. 29:
--A waterspout was observed near Coppitt Key, Florida, during Monday 
morning.                           
--A waterspout was observed near Key West, Florida, during Monday 
morning.                           
--Flash flooding occurred in Charleston, South Carolina, during 
Monday morning.                    
--A funnel cloud was observed near Bermuda, during Monday morning.
--A tornado was on the ground for one minute, causing no damage 10 
miles northwest of Delta, Colorado.
--1.75-inch hail was reported in Centennial, Colorado.
--1.75-inch hail was reported 7 miles north of Elizabeth, Colorado.
--1.50-inch hail was reported in Dulce, New Mexico.
--1.50-inch hail was reported 13 miles south of Alliance, Nebraska.
--1.25-inch hail was reported in Otis, Colorado.
--1.00-inch hail was reported 1 mile southeast of Highlands Ranch, 
Colorado.                          
--Hundreds of trees were downed in a forest area 4 miles east of 
Pagosa Springs, Colorado.          
--A 62-mph wind gust was reported 5 miles south of Albuquerque, New 
Mexico.                            
 
 
24-Hour Rainfall Totals ending at 1 a.m. EDT (in inches):
 
Leesburg, FL                       3.73                                   
Jacksonville, FL (Intl. Apt)       3.05                                   
Mayport, FL                        2.56                                   
Melbourne, FL                      2.48                                   
Scottsbluff, NE                    2.32                                   
Pine Ridge, SD                     2.05                                   
Orlando, FL (Executive Apt)        1.97                                   
Jacksonville, FL (Craig Apt)       1.94                                   
Chadron, NE                        1.90                                   
Sidney, NE                         1.86                                   
Custer, SD                         1.86                                   
Orlando, FL (Intl. Apt)            1.84                                   
Tamiami, FL                        1.76                                   
Philip, SD                         1.70                                   
Cape Canaveral, FL                 1.59                                   
Kimball, NE                        1.36                                   
Moncks Corner, SC                  1.34                                   
Stuart, FL                         1.33                                   
Deland, FL                         1.29                                   
Rapid City, SD                     1.29                                   
Torrington, WY                     1.17                               
 
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday 99 at Death Valley, California
National Low Yesterday 23 at Bodie State Park, California
 
 
 
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SEPTEMBER 30

PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
_________________________________________________________________________
San Diego, Calif.  1970    Strong Santa Ana winds create fire disaster in
                           interior parts of county (Sept. 25 to 30);
                           500,000 acres burned.

New York           1991    Record cold morning; Buffalo had 32 degrees,
                           tying the all-time September low. Syracuse
                           dropped to 28 degrees, breaking the old record
                           of 32 set in 1942. Albany hit 28, erasing the
                           29-degree record of 1951. Other lows (not
                           official records) included 21 degrees at
                           Angelica, 22 at Watertown, 24 at Ithaca and 25
                           at Elmira.

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