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Weather on This Date - November 26

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November 26, 1888 
A late season hurricane brushed the East Coast with heavy rain and gale force winds. The hurricane passed inside Nantucket and over Cape Cod, then crossed Nova Scotia. (David Ludlum) 

November 26, 1896 
Snow and high winds hit the Northern Plains and the Upper Mississippi Valley, with a Thanksgiving Day blizzard across North Dakota. The storm was followed by a severe cold wave in the Upper Midwest. The temperature at Pokegama Dam MI plunged to 45 degrees below zero. (David Ludlum) 

November 26, 1986
A slow moving severe thunderstorm produced high winds and torrential rain across the northern part of Hall County. Numerous trees and power lines were downed and several chicken houses were destroyed. Flash flooding caused the evacuation of a mobile home park, closed seven roads and damaged several bridges.(NWS Atlanta)


November 26, 1987 
A Thanksgiving Day storm in the northeastern U.S. produced heavy snow in northern New England and upstate New York. Snowfall totals in Maine ranged up to twenty inches at Flagstaff Lake. Totals in New Hampshire ranged up to 18 inches at Errol. Gales lashed the coast of Maine and New Hampshire. A second storm, over the Southern and Central Rockies, produced nine inches of snow at Kanosh UT, and 13 inches at Divide CO, with five inches reported at Denver CO. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

November 26, 1988 
Thunderstorms produced severe weather over the Central Gulf Coast States during the late morning and afternoon hours. Five tornadoes were reported in Mississippi, with the tornadoes causing a million dollars damage at Ruleville, and in Warren County. In Utah, the town of Alta was blanketed with 15 inches of snow overnight, and during the day was buried under another 16.5 inches of snow. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

November 26, 1989 
A massive storm over the western U.S. produced heavy snow in Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. The storm produced more than two feet of snow in the higher elevations of northern and central Utah, bringing more than sixty inches of snow to the Alta Ski Resort in the Wasatch Mountains. Winds in Utah gusted to 60 mph at Bullfrog. The storm brought much needed snow to the ski resorts of Colorado, with 19 inches reported at Beaver Creek. (Storm Data) (The National Weather Summary) 

Data courtesy of WeatherForYou


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, WIND CHILL, and TEMP CHANGE  

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Temperatures
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Dew Points
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Wind Chill
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5 am Southeast Temperatures

TODAY'S FORECAST 

TEMPERATURES

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High Temps Today
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Low Temps Tomorrow Morning

TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES

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High Temp Anomalies Today
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Low Temp Anomalies Tomorrow Morning

WIND

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Max Wind Speed
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Max Wind Gust

PRECIPITATION  

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

SNOW

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WPC 72 Hour Snow Forecast
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WPC 72 Hour Snow Forecast
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Last 7 Day Snowfall
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This Date Last Year


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