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THIS WEEK BRINGS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES TO NORTHEAST US
« Reply #60 on: June 06, 2019, 05:44:25 PM »
https://electroverse.net/this-week-brings-record-low-temperatures-to-the-northeast/

A myriad of daily low temperature records tumbled across the Northeast US on Tuesday morning, as winter still refuses to let go even as the calendar flips to June.


Below are just a few of those that fell in Connecticut on Tues, June 04 (compiled from NWS data):


In Danbury, the mercury plunged to 4.4C (40F) — smashing the city’s previous all-time June 04 low of 15C (59F) set back in 2003.

Bradley Int. Airport toppled its previous cold record with 10C (50F).

New Haven’s 10.6C (51F) set a new all-time daily record low for the city.

And the town of Stratford’s measurement of 12.2C (54F) was also a new record.


More all-time low temps are expected over the coming days, as the Arctic air mass currently over the NE lingers on.

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Freeze warning for large swaths of Oregon
« Reply #61 on: June 08, 2019, 07:23:43 PM »
URGENT WEATHER MESSAGE… Includes valley locations…A Freeze Warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. These conditions will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

National Weather Service Medford OR Fri Jun 7 2019

FREEZE WARNING UNTIL 8 AM SATURDAY… FROST ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM PDT SATURDAY…

* Freeze Warning Low Temperatures: 25 to 32 degrees.

* Frost Advisory Low Temperatures: 33 to 36 degrees.

Widespread frost and freezing conditions are expected again tonight into Saturday morning.

* Locations in the Freeze Warning include:
Most valley locations in northern Klamath an

* View the hazard area in detail at
https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/mfr/HAZARD

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THE USDA CANNOT EXTEND PLANTING DATES — MONEY BEFORE FOOD
« Reply #62 on: June 10, 2019, 07:14:00 PM »
https://electroverse.net/usda-cannot-extend-planting-dates-money-before-food/

This week’s USDA Crop Progress report reveals that just 67% of America’s projected corn acreage was planted as of June 02 due to an historically cold and wet spring, with soybean acreage faring even worse, with only 39% in.

The Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) wants Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to extend the late-planting season for crop insurance to avoid “unintended consequences”. However the USDA is remaining steadfast with its response, stating that the department “cannot make changes to the contracts between farmers and crop-insurance companies“.

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The mercury sank low enough on Thursday, June 13 to prompt frost advisories for the Iron Range, Twin Ports, East Central MN and Douglas County — with both Hibbing and Hayward setting new all-time daily low temperature records:

The city of Hibbing set a new low of -2.2C (28F) on Thursday– beating the previous record of -1.1C (30F) set in 1969 (solar minimum of cycle 19).

While Hayward’s new low of -0.6C (31F) smashed the old record of 1.7C (35F) from 2012.
https://electroverse.net/multiple-all-time-low-temperature-records-fall-in-minnesota-the-changing-jet-stream/

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https://www.sott.net/article/415206-Sunday-rainfall-shatters-record-at-Dallas-Fort-Worth-airport-Texas

With the two rounds of rain and storms Sunday -- first early in the morning then again in the afternoon -- a record amount of rain fell at DFW Airport.

Since midnight, the airport received 2.42 inches of rain. That shatters the old record of 1.32 inches that fell on June 16, 1968. Records have been kept for the DFW observation point (not always DFW Airport) since 1898.

DFW Airport wasn't the only place that had heavy rain.

Alliance Airport in far north Fort Worth had a total of 4.60 inches of rainfall since midnight. In McKinney, the total for Sunday was 2.89 inches.

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https://electroverse.net/summer-means-winter-weather-advisories-for-the-state-of-colorado-similar-story-across-much-of-the-northern-hemisphere/

The city of Steamboat Springs recorded almost two feet of snow over the weekend, according to CBS News. The last time the city saw snow this late in the season was on June 17, 1928.

In Estes Park, snow forced officials to close Trail Ridge Road on the first day of summer. This was already after a late opening, as deep spring snow kept the road closed until June 5 this year.

Arapahoe Basin ski area, located in the Rocky Mountains, is still open, and will likely remain that way through the July 4th weekend.

And the anomalous cold isn’t just confined to Colorado, either, as the state Montana looks, according to AccuWeather, a lot more like the middle of winter than the first weekend of summer.

While in Washington state, too, it’s been “a cold start to the summer,” according to local news outlets.

Frigid conditions have also infected the Midwest low country, where Chicago’s maximum high of 15.6C (60F) on Sunday set an all-time record low for the coldest maximum temperature in late June, according to the NWS Chicago.


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Highest water levels on record in three of the Great Lakes
« Reply #67 on: July 12, 2019, 08:33:15 PM »
10 July 2019 – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Tuesday that Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and Lake Superior reached their highest points last month since record-keeping began in 1918.

Water levels in Lake Superior, the largest of the five Great Lakes, set records in both May and June this year.

Also setting a new record was Lake St. Clair, part of the waterway linking Lakes Huron and Erie.

Lake Erie borders Ontario, as well as Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York

Lakes Huron and Michigan missed setting a new monthly record by about 25 mm (just under an inch).

The Great Lakes Ranked by Size
Lake Ontario – 7,340 square miles.
Lake Erie – 9,910 square miles. …
Lake Michigan – 22,404 square miles. …
Lake Huron – 23,007 square miles.
Lake Superior – 31,700 square miles.
For comparison, the entire state of Vermont covers 9,615 sq. miles, while South Carolina boasts 32,007 sq. miles.

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ALL-TIME RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES SET ACROSS MONTANA + ONE TIED FROM 1898
« Reply #68 on: July 24, 2019, 07:29:58 PM »
With the few days of ‘eastern heat’ taking all the headlines, the anomalous and long-lasting cold infecting vast swathes of North America is again being swept under the sustainably-sourced non-synthetic-petroleum-derived-fiber carpet. Record cold hit Montana over the weekend with several cities and towns setting new all-time record lows, but I’ll bet my diesel-guzzling L200 you never heard about it.

I’ve listed a few of the new record lows below:


Utica set a new record low of -1.1C (30F) on Saturday July 20.

Kalispell’s 2.2C (36F) busted the previous record of 3.3C (38F) set in 1996 (solar minimum of cycle 22).

https://electroverse.net/new-all-time-record-low-temperatures-set-across-montana/

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AUSTIN, Texas -- We thank Tuesday's rare late-July cold front for a pleasant change in the weather, even if only temporary, which include some of the coldest temperatures ever seen in Austin in the month of July.

With a low of 58 reported at 5:59 a.m. Wednesday morning, the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport official thermometer blew away the old all-time monthly low of 60 from 2013, making it the coldest July morning since World War II in parts of the Capital City. The July 25th daily record low of 67 (from 2000) was also shattered.

In the metro, Camp Mabry's official thermometer hit 63 which busted the previous daily record of 65 from 1924.

The coldest in the area? Some low 50s in the Hill Country no doubt made some want to grab a light sweater. Not a normal morning at the typical peak of summer!

As for 2019, this morning marked our coolest weather since May 13th.

In the above video, Chief Meteorologist Burton Fitzsimmons shows us the list of coldest readings from across Central Texas.

Seriously, get out and enjoy the weather!
https://spectrumlocalnews.com/tx/austin/news/2019/07/25/all-time-july-low-temp-record-shattered-on-wednesday
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Minnesota – 121-Year-Old Cold Record Topples
« Reply #70 on: July 31, 2019, 07:37:17 PM »
feels like fall in northern Minnesota. Coldest July30 since William McKinley was president.

The mercury dipped to 37 F this morning in International Falls, breaking the previous record of 38 F set back in 1898.

According to WCCO, “temperatures in the area don’t typically reach the 30s until late September, early October.”

https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2019/07/30/minnesota-weather-temperatures-dip-to-37-degrees-in-international-falls-breaking-121-year-record/


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A whopping 18 inches of hail piles up in parts of Michigan
« Reply #72 on: August 17, 2019, 07:58:57 PM »
https://www.sott.net/article/418690-A-whopping-18-inches-of-hail-piles-up-in-parts-of-Michigan

After record-breaking hailstones fell from the skies over Colorado earlier this week, a powerful thunderstorm unleashed significant amounts of hail in Michigan on Wednesday. In this case, it was the accumulation of hail, not the mass of individual stones, that captured onlookers' attention.

In some places, as much as 18 inches of hail accumulated.

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Torrential summer rains soak parts of Florida and the Carolinas
« Reply #73 on: August 19, 2019, 06:40:22 PM »
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/08/torrential-summer-rains-soak-parts-florida-carolinas-190818091825667.html

More than 630 millimetres of rain has fallen over parts of the Gulf coast near Steinhatchee, in the northwest of Florida, since Thursday, resulting in county officials declaring a local state of emergency.

A front has stalled across the region, interacting with a small low-pressure system, which has a low chance of developing into a tropical system, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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Strong tornadoes, flooding and damaging winds expected to hit Central US states as temperatures start to plummet in the North East

Storms from Oklahoma to Nebraska are expected to intensify over the weekend
Flash flood watches have been issued in areas of Kansas and Nebraska
The thunderstorms will pose a hail, damaging wind and isolated tornado risk
More than four inches of rain is expected in areas from Kansas to Alabama
Temperatures will drop in the Northeast, expected to be in the low 50s and 60s
The highs in the North East are expected to be in the mid to low 70s
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Hurricane Dorian Hits Carolinas With Flooding and Tornadoes
« Reply #75 on: September 06, 2019, 11:12:21 AM »
Hurricane Dorian was pounding much of the Carolina coast with heavy rain and strong winds  on Thursday, spawning small tornadoes and causing widespread power losses and flooding.

By  Thursday evening, the Category 2 storm was about 45 miles from Myrtle Beach, S.C.,  slowly weakening as it moved northeastward up the East Coast, according to the National Hurricane Center. Though the eye of the storm has so far remained offshore, the center’s models indicate that it could make landfall on the Outer Banks of North Carolina on Friday.

The eye does not have to make landfall for the storm to cause serious damage. Hurricane-strength winds, extending as far as 60 miles from the storm center, pummeled parts of the South Carolina coast on Thursday. At one point, the storm’s strongest winds, in the western wall of the eye, were just 10 to 15 miles offshore. Forecasters said storm surge waters could flood up to eight feet above normal tide levels in some areas.
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Dorian’s rain bands whipped cities from Savannah, Ga., to Wilmington, N.C.  Some places along the coast could receive as much as 15 inches of rain before the storm departs. Approximately 360,000 South Carolinians have evacuated from their homes. The storm knocked out power for nearly 200,000 customers in South Carolina, as well as 9,000 in North Carolina and 7,000 in Georgia.

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Alaska annihilating the previous record low of -6.7 C (20 F) Cordova Airport.
« Reply #76 on: September 23, 2019, 06:52:59 PM »
https://electroverse.net/cordova-airport-alaska-sets-new-lowest-september-temperature-in-110-years-of-data/

Coldest September temp in at least 110 years, maybe more. Not just for the day, but for the entire month.

Intense Arctic cold descended into southern Alaska last week, setting a new all-time monthly Lowest Minimum Temperature.

According to NOAA, the mercury plunged to -11.7 C (11 F) at Cordova Airport on Thursday, Sept 12, annihilating the previous record low of -6.7 C (20 F) set back in 1972.

This is the coldest temperature for the month of September ever recorded at the station since it began operating in 1909.

Cordova Airport sits at an elevation of 9.4 m (31 ft).

https://electroverse.net/cordova-airport-alaska-sets-new-lowest-september-temperature-in-110-years-of-data/

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A 'historic' winter storm will blast the northern Rockies this weekend
« Reply #77 on: September 28, 2019, 09:07:49 PM »
https://www.sott.net/article/421116-A-historic-winter-storm-will-blast-the-northern-Rockies-this-weekend

"This has the potential to be a historically significant early-season snow event," the National Weather Service in Great Falls, Montana, said.A cold front with strong winds and near-record cold air will move through Idaho and Montana on Friday. It will be followed by another low-pressure system that will stall over the region Friday night through Sunday.

With unseasonably cold air already in place, wet, heavy snow is likely from the valleys to the mountain tops.The forecast for this storm looks eerily similar to a storm that struck Montana in 1934. That storm produced prolific amounts of snow in late September over North Central Montana.

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Temperatures 15 to 30 degrees below average across much of Northwest
« Reply #78 on: September 30, 2019, 08:47:38 PM »
First measurable snowfall on Sept. 28 in at least 138 years, maybe a lot longer.

The NWS Spokane office recorded 1.9 inches of snowfall at the Spokane International Airport Saturday. That was the first measurable snowfall recorded on Sept. 28 since records have been taken in Spokane beginning in January of 1881, according to FOX28.

The weekend storm system was also bringing strong winds and snow to the mountains of northern Washington and northern Idaho.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/montana-slammed-with-over-a-foot-of-snow-as-major-winter-storm-to-drop-several-more-feet-in-area/ar-AAI1GpQ?li=BBnb7Kz

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Historic’ winter storm breaks century-long records in Montana – Video
« Reply #79 on: October 03, 2019, 06:53:27 AM »
Four feet (120 cm) of snow fell in the town of Browning, near Glacier National Park in Montana, from Friday to Sunday.



On Saturday snow was recorded at Missoula International Airport, the first time snow was measured there on a September 28 date since 1893.

Storm winds and blizzard conditions were forecast to continue through Monday in parts of Montana, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah.

At least eight Montana school districts canceled classes on Monday due to the heavy snowfall

Montana Gov Steve Bullock declared an emergency Sunday due to heavy snow on the first weekend of fall

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7521531/Historic-winter-storm-dumps-40-INCHES-snow-Montana.html


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