Mount Vernon News
First Knox National Bank, a division of Park National Inc.
 

 

Mount Vernon, Ohio

CLOUDY

Friday 5:26 pm

CLOUDY

28°

Wind: WNW at 5 mph

Pressure: 30.25

today

Clouds and breaks of sun

 

34° / 25 °

Clouds and breaks of sun

 

saturday

Mostly cloudy
Mostly cloudy

35° / 24 °

sunday

Plenty of sunshine
Plenty of sunshine

39° / 29 °

monday

Mostly cloudy
Mostly cloudy

43° / 38 °

tuesday

Cloudy with rain possible
Cloudy with rain possible

49° / 35 °

NATIONAL SUMMARY                   
 
-It was a snowy start to the morning across Kansas and Missouri 
Thursday. A weak disturbance passing through brought a burst of snow 
to Kansas City and Saint Louis and areas in between. Nearly 2 inches 
of snow fell around Kansas City while Saint Louis saw a light 
coating. Higher amounts of around 4 to 5 inches were observed across 
Kansas and Missouri as well. The snow made for a slow and slippery 
commute for many folks heading to work. Portions of southern Missouri 
saw an icy wintry mix. Farther south into Texas and Louisiana, 
showers and thunderstorms pushed through the area during the daytime 
but did not cause too many issues. 
-Across the Northeast, largely dry weather ruled the region. However, 
was some leftover snow across Maine and a few lake-effect snow 
showers streamed into western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. 
The main story was the cold breeze that swept through during the day. 
Many locations saw wind gusts peak between 25 and 35 mph. 
Temperatures were not as warm as Wednesday with many locations 10 to 
15 degrees lower.                  
-In the Pacific Northwest, the morning brought some showers but that 
turned into steadier rain later in the day as another weather system 
approached the coast. Mountain snow showers were observed across 
Rockies while rain showers pushed across Arizona and New Mexico.
 
 
 
SPECIAL WEATHER                    
 
Heavy Snow Brings Blizzard Conditions to Football Game
 
-The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Cardinals 7-0 in 
Philadelphia on this date in 1948. During the start of the game, snow 
fell at a rate of 2 inches per hour. A total of 7.4 inches of snow 
fell. This game became known as the 'Blizzard Bowl'.
 
 
 
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
 
Snowfall Totals from Wednesday Night Through Thursday:
 
-Onaga, KS:       5.5"                   
-Concordia, KS:   5.0"               
-Hope, KS:        4.8"                    
-Courtland, KS:   4.5"               
-Marion Lake, KS: 4.2"             
-Frankfort, KS:   4.0"               
-Smithville, MO:  3.7"              
-Hesston, KS:     3.6"                 
-Salina, KS:      3.5"                  
-Garnett, KS:     3.4"                 
-Simspon, KS:     3.3"                 
-Shawnee, KS:     3.1"                 
-Delphos, KS:     3.0"                 
-Clifton, KS:     2.9"                 
-Lane, KS:        2.8"                    
-Wichita, KS:     2.7"                 
-Mankato, KS:     2.6"                 
-Chapman, KS:     2.5"                 
 
 
24-Hour Rainfall Totals, as of 2 A.M. EST Friday:
 
Gonzales, TX       1.49"                              
Angleton, TX       1.08"                              
Salt Point, LA     1.05"                              
Astoria, OR        1.02"                              
Brookings, OR      0.93"                              
Hoquiam, WA        0.87"                              
Universal City, TX 0.81"                              
North Bend, OR     0.77"                              
Quillayute, WA     0.75"                                   
Crescent City, CA  0.71"                              
Shelton, WA        0.64"                              
Tillamook, OR      0.60"                              
La Grange, TX      0.57"                              
New Braunfels, TX  0.48"                              
Scappoose, OR      0.46"                              
Seattle, WA        0.44"                              
Bay City, TX       0.43"                              
Brenham, TX        0.39"                              
Everett, WA        0.35"                              
Renton, WA         0.35"                              
Caldwell, TX       0.34"                              
Galveston, TX      0.31"                              
Kelso, WA          0.29"                              
McMinnville, OR    0.26"                              
 
 
 
DAILY EXTREMES                     
 
National High Yesterday 80 at Fort Lauderdale, Florida
 
National Low  Yesterday -9 at Grand Marais, Minnesota
 
 
 
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DECEMBER 19

PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
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Wyoming           1924    The low at Riverside RS (Yellowstone Park), 
                          Wyo., dropped to -59 degrees, setting the
                          lowest U.S. temp in December.

Lancaster, Calif. 1984    A foot of snow fell. One spot in Kern County
                          (north of Los Angeles) had 19 inches of snow.