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June 10 National Weather Roundup

By: associated press
By: associated press

National Weather Summary for Wednesday, June 10

NATIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY:
In the East, thunderstorms shifted through the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast early yesterday morning with many impacts. More activity
developed in many of the same areas by midday yesterday with some
of the storms becoming strong to severe. Many hail and damaging
wind reports came in across the Mid Atlantic due to these storms
generally ranging from 0.88-2.00 inches. Hail of 2.50 inches was
also reported in Dehli, New York and up to 3.00 inches in Deep
Creek, Virginia yesterday. More strong to severe storms were found
yesterday afternoon and evening from the central Appalachians to
the Mid Atlantic. Elsewhere, widely scattered showers and
thunderstorms were found across the eastern Carolinas and portions
of Florida.
Across the central portion of the country, a couple of complexes of showers and thunderstorms pounded the Central Plains and Missouri Valley. These complexes dumped heavy rains across Kansas and Missouri causing local street flooding in portions of these
states. Strong to severe storms were also found across the Central
Plains and Mid Mississippi Valley. Hail sizes ranged from 0.88 to
1.75 inches within these storms and one report of 2.75 inch hail
was reported in Sleeper, MO. Damaging winds could also be found
with these storms as well as several reported tornadoes. A few
tornadoes were also reported in western Nebraska and northeastern
Colorado. Elsewhere, a few isolated showers occurred over portions
of the northern Plains with wet weather across central Texas.
In the West, there were more record low temperatures in portions of Montana yesterday morning along with some heavy snow. Kalispell and Cut Bank in Montana had their coldest lows ever recorded for yesterday at 32 degrees and 29 degrees respectively. There was also 6 inches of snow during the early morning hours recorded in Forest Grove, Montana at 5,500 feet in elevation. Elsewhere, isolated to
widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms developed by late
morning from the Great Basin across the High Plains and over
portions of the Four Corners. These showers and thunderstorms
continued through the afternoon and evening hours and became more
isolated late Tuesday night.
WEATHER EXTREMES YESTERDAY:
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE (DEGREES F)............102 Altus, OK
.............................................. Death Valley, CA
HIGHEST HEAT INDEX (DEGREES F).............107 Alice, TX
LOWEST TEMPERATURE (DEGREES F)..............25 Stanley, ID
LOWEST WIND CHILL (DEGREES F)...............22 Mullan Pass, ID
HIGHEST WIND GUST (MPH).....................81 Ponca City, OK
HIGHEST PRECIPITATION (INCHES)............2.25 Delmar, DE

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY:
In 1957, a dust devil at North Yarmouth, MA lifted a 1000 pound chicken house into the air and carried it 25 feet, depositing it on
the ground with only slight damage.
In 1988, Williston, ND recorded their seventh record high
temperature in eight days with a sizzling 105 degrees.
In 1995, the temperature at Yakutat, AK soared to 87 degrees for its hottest temperature ever. DTN/Meteorlogix: A Felber


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