NATIONAL SUMMARY Rain will continue from the Midwest to the mid-Atlantic and portions of the northeastern United States tomorrow as a storm continues to sit and spin over the area. Locally heavy rainfall is possible in some locations. Some of these storms could create a waterspout over the Great Lakes. Meanwhile, dry and seasonable conditions will be found across much of the Deep South. Spotty thunderstorms will continue to impact parts of Florida. Dry weather will continue to span much of the Central states while spotty showers and thunderstorms erupt over the Intermountain West. A storm system off the Pacific Northwest coast will bring a shower late to coastal Washington and Oregon. Dry weather will be the rule for much of California. SPECIAL WEATHER WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS Record High from Wednesday: -Kahului, Hawaii tied the record of 92 degrees, originally set in 1950. Rainfall Record from Wednesday: -Richmond, Va. had 4.16 inches, breaking the record of 1.90 inches set way back in 1894. Some Severe Weather Reports from Wednesday: -Golf ball-sized hail caused severe damage to an awning on a home in Rockingham County, N.C. -Quarter-sized hail dented cars in Montgomery County, Va. -Golf ball- to tennis ball-sized hail was reported in Caswell County, N.C. -Golf ball-to hen egg-sized hail was reported in Hanover County, Va. -Tea cup-sized hail fell in Halifax County, Va. -Pea- to golf ball-sized hail fell in Guilford County, N.C. -Nickel- to quarter-sized hail fell in Durham County, N.C. -Golf ball- sized hail fell for 10 to 15 minutes in Bedford County, Va. -Ping pong ball- to golf ball-sized hail was reported in Person County, N.C. -A 50-foot pine tree was blown down in Fairfield County, S.C. -A few trees and power lines were blown down in Botetourt County, Va. -A tree was blown down, causing a roadway to be blocked in Chesterfield County, S.C. Rainfall totals (inches) for the 24-hour period ending at 02 a.m. ET Thursday, 09/29/2016 Richmond, Va. 4.85 Pope Field, N.C. 4.51 Quinton, Va. 3.65 Winchester, Va. 3.57 Patuxent River, Md. 2.86 Salisbury, Md. 2.69 Burlington, N.C. 2.41 Quantico, Va. 2.13 Sanford, N.C. 1.71 Georgetown, Del. 1.59 Springfield, Ohio 1.52 Dover, Del. 1.46 Louisa, Va. 1.42 Chapel Hill, N.C. 1.41 DAILY EXTREMES National High Yesterday 101 at Bakersfield, California National Low Yesterday 23 at Fraser, Colorado COPYRIGHT 2016 ACCUWEATHER, INC
Copyright AccuWeather, Inc. 2016 All Rights Reserved SEPTEMBER 29 PLACE YEAR EVENT ______________________________________________________________________ Reno, Nev. 1982 Snow fell for the first time in 93 years during the month of September. Reno received 1.5 inches the night before, surpassing the old record of 0.5 of an inch set in 1889. Orange Park, Fla. 1991 A total of 8.00 inches of rain at Argyle, Fla., near Orange Park. Orange Park had 5 inches.