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Weather on This Date - November 18


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November 18, 1873 
A severe storm raged from Georgia to Nova Scotia causing great losses to fishing fleets along the coast. In Maine, the barometric pressure reached 28.49 inches at Portland. (David Ludlum) 

November 18, 1955 
An early season cold snap finally came to an end. Helena, MT, experienced 138 consecutive hours of subzero temperatures, including a reading of 29 below zero, which surpassed by seven degrees their previous record for the month of November. Missoula MT broke their November record by 12 degrees with a reading of 23 below zero, and Salt Lake City UT smashed their previous November record of zero with a reading of 14 below. Heavy snow in the Great Basin closed Donner Pass CA, and total crop damage from the cold wave amounted to eleven million dollars. (David Ludlum) 

November 18, 1957 
A tornado, 100 yards in width, traveled a nearly straight as an arrow 27-mile path from near Rosa AL to near Albertville AL, killing three persons. A home in the Susan Moore community in Blount County was picked up and dropped 500 feet away killing one person. (The Weather Channel) 

November 18, 1986 
The first of two successive snowstorms struck the northeastern U.S. The storm produced up to 20 inches of snow in southern New Hampshire. Two days later a second storm produced up to 30 inches of snow in northern Maine. (Storm Data) 

November 18, 1987 
It was a windy day across parts of the nation. Gale force winds whipped the Great Lakes Region. Winds gusting to 80 mph in western New York State damaged buildings and flipped over flatbed trailers at Churchville. In Montana, high winds in the Upper Yellowstone Valley gusted to 64 mph at Livingston. Strong Santa Ana winds buffeted the mountains and valleys of southern California. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

November 18, 1988 
Thunderstorms developing along a warm front drenched Little Rock AR with 7.01 inches of rain, smashing their previous record for the date of 1.91 inches. (The National Weather Summary) 

November 18, 1989 
A second surge of arctic air brought record cold to parts of the north central U.S. Eleven cities in the Upper Midwest reported record low temperatures for the date, including Rochester MN with a reading of 4 degrees below zero. Strong winds ushering the arctic air into the north central U.S. produced squalls in the Lower Great Lakes Region. Snowfall totals in northern Ohio ranged up to twenty inches in Ashatabula County and Geauga County. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

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, and WIND CHILL

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Temperatures
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Dew Points
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Wind Chill
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24 Hour Temp Change
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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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Last 3 Day Snowfall
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Last 7 Day Snowfall


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