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mount vernon, ohio at 5:26 am


Wind: W at 2 mph Pressure: 30.09



Times of clouds and sun

Times of clouds and sun 86°/65 °



Mostly sunny and warm
Mostly sunny and warm

89° / 70 °


A stray afternoon t-storm
A stray afternoon t-storm

91° / 70 °


Times of clouds and sun
Times of clouds and sun

90° / 66 °


A thunderstorm in spots
A thunderstorm in spots

87° / 65 °



An area of high pressure will slide eastward and bring dry
and mainly sunny conditions to the Northeast tomorrow.
Humidity levels will slightly lower across the region, but
will still hold strong across the Southeast. Spotty
thunderstorms could pop-up amid the humidity across the
Tennessee Valley and Florida. The most numerous showers
and storms will focus on the central portion of the nation.
Localized flash flooding is possible where storms have hit
for consecutive days. Storms will be very spotty, but
locally drenching in nature across the Four Corners region.
Much of the Western states can expect a dry day with some
sunshine. A shot of cooler air is forecast to move into the
Pacific Northwest, ending a couple days of record heat.    

SPECIAL WEATHER                    
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS                 
Rainfall records from Wednesday:   
-Key West, Florida, had 2.55 inches, breaking the record of 1.61 
inches set in 1945.                
-Kansas City, Missouri, had 1.77 inches, breaking the record of 1.64 
inches set in 1962.                
Some severe weather reports from Wednesday:
-A tornado destroyed a Starbucks and substantially damaged a mall in 
Kokomo, Indiana. There were no injuries.
-A tornado lifted grain wagons 500 feet into the air in Dillman, 
-A tornado destroyed a barn and damaged homes in Allen County, 
-Two tornadoes tore roofs off houses and downed power lines in Adams 
County, Indiana.                   
-A tornado destroyed multiple mobile homes in Defiance County, Ohio.
-A tornado blew down several grain bins and damaged trees, barns, 
homes and crops in Henry County, Ohio.
-Ping pong ball- to tennis ball-sized hail fell in Leavenworth 
County, Kansas.                    
-Tennis ball- to tea cup-sized hail fell in Coffey County, Kansas.
-An 86-mph wind gust occurred at Vance Air Force Base in Garfield 
County, Oklahoma.                  
-A 100-mph wind gust occurred at Lawrence Municipal Airport in 
Lawrence, Kansas.                  
24-hour rainfall (inches) as of 8:00 p.m. EDT Thursday...
El Dorado, Ark.                    4.38                                   
Olathe, Kan.                       2.52                                   
Lees Summit, Mo.                   2.24                                   
Shreveport, La.                    1.84                                   
Fort Riley, Kan.                   1.73                                   
Kansas City, Mo.                   1.68                                   
Quincy, Ill.                       1.65                                   
Orange, Texas                      1.59                                   
Topeka, Kan.                       1.43                                   
Buffalo, N.Y.                      1.41                                   
Macomb, Ill.                       1.39                                   
Manhattan, Kan.                    1.39                                   
Memphis, Tenn.                     1.37                                   
Racine, Wis.                       1.36                                   
Opelousas, La.                     1.30                               
DAILY EXTREMES                     
National High Today 113 at Death Valley, California
National Low Today 21 at Wisdom, Montana
International High (last 24 hours) 120 at Nasiriya, Iraq
International Low (last 24 hours) 14 at Summit Station, Greenland
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PLACE              YEAR                  EVENT
South Carolina     1885    Severe hurricane struck the state; $1.3
                           million in damages at Charleston with many 

Spencer, Iowa      1989    A total of 4.10 inches of rain in less than
                           three hours.