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October 30, 1925 
Nashville, TN, was blanketed with an inch of snow, their earliest measurable snow of record. (The Weather Channel)

October 30, 1947 
The Donora, PA, smog disaster finally came to an end. For five days an inversion trapped impurities in the lower atmosphere over the Monongahela Valley killing 20 persons, and leaving more than 2000 others sick. (26th-30th) (David Ludlum) (The Weather Channel) 

October 30, 1965
Heavy rains fell from west central Georgia to northeast Georgia. The highest rainfall was recorded in Greenville (Meriwether County) where 8 inches of rain fell in a 24 hour period. A large number of bridges and culverts were washed out. High winds, associated with the heavy rains, damaged roofs and blew down trees near Covington (Newton County). (NWS Atlanta)


October 30, 1987 
Severe thunderstorms in Oklahoma produced golf ball size hail and wind gusts to 74 mph near the town of Gould. Unseasonably warm weather prevailed across the central U.S. Temperatures warmed into the 80's form Texas to the Lower Missouri Valley. (Storm Data) (The National Weather Summary) 

October 30, 1988 
Ten cities in the Upper Midwest reported record low temperatures for the date. The morning low of 20 degrees at South Bend IND was a record for October, and lows of 18 degrees at Grand Rapids MI and 20 degrees at Fort Wayne IND equaled records for October. The low of 2 degrees at International Falls MN smashed their previous record for the date by 11 degrees. Syracuse NY received 2.9 inches of snow to establish a record for October with 5.7 inches for the month. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

October 30, 1989 
Temperatures soared into the 70's in the northeastern U.S. The record high of 73 degrees at Alpena MI marked their sixth straight day of record warmth. In the western U.S., Klamath Falls OR reported a record low of 19 degrees. (The National Weather Summary) 

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TODAY'S WEATHER SUMMARY

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Today's Climate Records and Averages
 
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Astronomical Information for Today - Accurate for Gwinnett County GA
 

5:00 AM TEMPS, DEW POINTS, and WIND CHILL

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Temperatures
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5 am Southeast Temperatures
 

 

TODAY'S FORECAST

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High Temps
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Low Temps
 

TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES

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Low Temp Anomalies
 

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PRECIPITATION

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WPC - 24 Hour Precipitation Forecast
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WPC - 7 Day Precipitation Forecast
 

 
 

 

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