AccuWeather Forecast

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NATIONAL SUMMARY

A strengthening nor'easter was bringing wind-swept rain from the
coastal areas of the mid-Atlantic to coastal New England Wednesday
afternoon. Rain is forecast to spread northward and inland over the
balance of New England at night and continue Thursday and to diminish
over the mid-Atlantic. Downpours from tropical moisture and a stalled
front continued to affect the Florida Keys to the southern counties
of the Peninsula. A narrow swath of clouds, showers and spotty
thunderstorms extended from central Texas to the eastern part of the
Dakotas. An area of rain and locally gusty winds continued to affect
Washington state, western Oregon and part of northern California. The
series of storms will continue in the Northwest into next week.
Moisture and winds from part of the old circulation from Ana will
arrive next week in the Northwest. Tropical Depression 9 is forecast
to weaken while passing over the Yucatan Peninsula later Wednesday
night and Thursday, but some reorganization/strengthening are
possible this weekend over the northwestern Caribbean. A piece of the
old system may be ejected northeastward quickly this weekend across
the Bahamas to perhaps waters around Bermuda, while another piece
remains behind in the Caribbean.


SPECIAL WEATHER

The Early Season Kansas City Snowstorm Anniversary...


 While warm weather continued around Kansas City, Missouri, this
year on October 22, a snowstorm clobbered the city on this date in
1996. The storm brought 6.5 inches of snow to the metro area, which
downed scores of trees and power lines. Approximately 175,00 people
were without power during and or shortly after the storm. Damage
reached $8 million.


WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS BY ACCU WEATHER


 Flash flooding occurred in Brooklyn, New York, during Wednesday
morning. The Belt Parkway was closed for a time.


 Flash flooding occurred in Brownsville, Texas, during Wednesday
morning. Multiple vehicles became stalled in rising water.


 A waterspout was observed near Little Torch Key, Florida, during
Wednesday morning.


 Winds gusted to 66 mph at Cape Meares, Oregon, during Wednesday
morning.


 Winds gusted to 59 mph at Garibaldi, Oregon, during Wednesday
morning.


 Winds gusted to 50 mph at Cape Disappointment, Washington, during
Wednesday morning.


 Parts of Palm Beach County, Florida, received between 6 and 10
inches of rain on Tuesday with incidents of flash flooding.


 Northeast winds were gusting to 35 mph at JFK, during Wednesday.


 Northeast winds were gusting to 36 mph at Rockland, Maine, during
Wednesday.


 Northeast winds were gusting to 31 mph at Atlantic City, NJ, during
Wednesday.


 Northeast winds were gusting to 40 mph at Falmouth, Massachusetts,
during Wednesday.

24-Hour Rainfall (Inches) as of 2:00 p.m. EDT Wednesday...

NASA Shuttle City, Fla. 1.13
West Palm Beach, Fla. 0.89
Belmar, N.J. 1.41
Atlantic City, N.J. 0.58
New York, N.Y. (JFK AP) 1.08
New York, N.Y. (Cen. Park) 0.73
Farmingdale, N.Y. 0.53
Fort Belvoir, Va. 0.87
Washington, D.C. 1.08
Baltimore, Md. (Inner Harbor) 1.76
Gaithersburg, Md. 0.81
York, Pa. 0.52
Portland, Maine 1.82
Wiscasset, Maine 1.23
Fryeburg, Maine 1.23
Augusta, Maine 0.80
Quillayute, Wash. 3.28
Hoquiam, Wash. 0.88
Olympia, Wash. 0.83
Bremerton, Wash. 0.81
Tacoma, Wash. 0.60
Astoria, Ore. 0.81
Newport, Ore. 0.49
North Bend, Ore. 0.45



DAILY EXTREMES

National High Today (through 3 p.m.) 93 at Yuma, Arizona
National Low Today (through 3 p.m.) 15 at Boulder, Wyoming
International High (last 24 hours) 111 at Matam, Senegal
International Low (last 24 hours) -46 at Summit Station, Greenland


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