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“widespread record cold” will engulf much of the usa this week,
« Reply #100 on: November 13, 2019, 07:29:58 PM »
The National Weather Service (NWS) has warned that “widespread record cold” will engulf much of the country this week, bringing the possibility of 385 new cold records from the Plains to the East Coast through Thursday (make that more like 3,000 — but we’ll be reporting on them as they come in).

“The Arctic air mass that has settled across much of the northern and central U.S. will continue to push south and eastward,” said the NWS, “spreading the much below average temperatures into the Southeast and East on Tuesday and continuing into Wednesday.”

https://electroverse.net/arctic-conditions-grip-the-united-states/

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Historically early and deadly – Arctic cold grips much of nation
« Reply #101 on: November 14, 2019, 05:42:06 PM »
Breaking records set more than 100 years ago – More than 100 in Alabama alone.

Record lows were reported this morning from Birmingham, Alabama, to Burlington, Vermont, from New York City to Detroit, from Wichita to St. Louis, From Atlanta to Ohio. Birmingham’s low of 18F shattered the previous record of 22F set in 1911.

New York City and Buffalo, New York, as well as parts of Ohio set new cold records. In Kansas alone, at least six cities, including Wichita, set cold records for the date on Tuesday.

In Missouri, St. Louis dropped to 11F, breaking a record for the date that had stood for more than 100 years.

Meanwhile, the entire state of Alabama was under a freeze warning as temperatures dipped into the 20s and below, breaking records at more than 100 locations.

Record-challenging low temperatures were everywhere. Single-digit temperatures descended on much of the Midwest, where Detroit sank to 7F, shattering the old record of 12F for the day.

Drastically colder than normal temperatures stretched all the way to the Atlantic Coast. Temperatures dipped into the low 20s in Atlanta and in Jackson, Mississippi. Similar numbers swept across the East Coast – New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C.

“We will be challenging records everywhere,” said AccuWeather meteorologist Tyler Roys.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/deadly-arctic-blast-is-breaking-records-set-m ore-than-100-years-ago/ar-BBWHu1J

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USA More than 232 million people shivered in temperatures of areas 32 degrees (f
« Reply #102 on: November 15, 2019, 06:29:15 PM »
More than 232 million people shivered in temperatures of areas 32 degrees (freezing) or lower yesterday morning.

“Freeze warnings continue into the Deep South, with freezing temperatures in Florida this morning,” said CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen yesterday morning.

Crushing 100-year-old records

“Hundreds of cold temperature records have been set over the last few days, including some dating back over a century to 1911,” Hennen said. The freezing temperatures made it as far south as Houston, New Orleans and the Florida Panhandle, he said.

By Thursday morning, the Mid-Atlantic region to Maine could suffer record-low temps, warned CNN meteorologist Michael Guy.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/13/us/winter-weather-wednesday/index.html

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Record-breaking snowfall in Anchorage
« Reply #103 on: November 22, 2019, 06:25:19 PM »
broke the 1958 record of 8.3 inches by a tenth of an inch.

Downtown Anchorage had 7 inches, Mountain View measured 7.8 inches and Hillside had 10 inches of snow near Upper DeArmoun.

Eagle River was hit hardest, with 12.2 inches of snow on Upper Hiland Road.

https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/weather/2019/11/17/first-a-record-high-temp-then-record-sn owfall-in-anchorage-saturday/

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The 19.8 inches (50.3 cm) of early-season snow Loveland received on Tuesday broke the municipality’s all-time record for the largest daily snowfall in the month of November — more than doubling the previous mark of 9.3 inches (23.6 cm). Tuesday’s storm also delivered the third highest daily snow total ever measured at the Loveland weather station –for any day of the year– in data going back to the 1800s (the top spot remains the 20 inches (50.8 cm) measured during a blizzard on Dec 20, 2006).

Boulder officially received 22.3 inches (56.6 cm) of snow on Tuesday, the city’s second highest snow-total for the whole of November.

https://electroverse.net/historic-snowfall-forces-many-northern-colorado-communities-to-all-but-shut-down/

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Bend, Oregon shatters old snowfall record
« Reply #105 on: November 30, 2019, 09:08:12 PM »
Six times the previous record!

The snow that fell across Bend Tuesday evening through Wednesday night — about a foot (30 cm) — broke records, according to weather service data.

The previous record snowfall for Bend on Nov. 26 was 2 inches in 1960. The record in Bend for Nov. 27 was 3.8 inches in 1970, according to the data.

More snowfall is expected over the weekend, said Dan Slagle, weather service meteorologist in Pendleton.

https://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/first-snow-storm-of-the-winter-breaks-records-in-b end/article_8ee99614-114e-11ea-b775-8bb17aaaf83c.html

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Snow to hit 2,000-mile stretch from Nevada to New England
« Reply #106 on: November 30, 2019, 09:12:06 PM »
Severe storm system could affect millions of travelers. Snow totals of 18 inches (45 cm) – or more! – expected in some areas.As much as 3 ft (90 cm) in South Dakota.

Blizzards and snowstorms forecast from Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico to the Upper Midwest, then into New England.

Snow totals topping 8 inches, with localized totals above 18 inches (45 cm), are forecast for the Northern Rockies into the Northern Plains along with Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, according to the National Weather Service.

Parts of South Dakota were under a blizzard warning and could see as much as 2 feet (60 cm) of snow.

Minneapolis, which was hit by almost 10 inches of snow just before Thanksgiving, was bracing for another 4 to 9 inches through Sunday.

“The visibility could be so low at times it may be difficult to determine where the road surface actually is,” says AccuWeather, which forecasts 3 feet (90 cm) of snow for the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Snow, sleet and freezing rain are likely by Saturday night in parts of the Northeast, including northern Virginia and Pennsylvania, then on into New York on Sunday morning.

The same low pressure system is likely to produce several inches of snow in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Flagstaff, Arizona, was hit by heavy snow early Friday – almost 4 inches in just one hour as the storm moved in.

See much more comprehensive forecast:
https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/snow-to-hit-2000-mile-stretch-from-nevada-to-new-england-as-weekend-travelers-head-home/ar-BBXx32k?li=BBnb7Kz

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Record Thanksgiving snowfall in Utah
« Reply #107 on: December 02, 2019, 07:25:27 PM »
Almost triple previous record in some areas.

“Friends and neighbors came together on Thursday for more than a turkey dinner, but to help each other dig out after a record-breaking early-season snowstorm,” reports cachevalleydaily.com.

13 inches of global warming goodness fell at KVNU’s weather reporting station by Thursday afternoon. That’s almost triple the the station’s previous record snow total for November 28 was the 4.5 inches that accumulated back in 1975 (solar minimum of cycle 20).

Furthermore, surrounding areas saw upwards of 20 inches — Clarkston, for example, recorded an historic 26 inches of early-season snow on Thursday, according to the NWS.

https://electroverse.net/hundreds-of-thanksgiving-snowfall-records-smashed-across-north-america/


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