Severe Weather Alert
Winds: ENE at 13 mph
Pressure: 30.14 in STEADY
Visibility: 10 Miles
Intervals of clouds and sunshine with a shower in spots; windy; watch for rough surf and rip currents
Sunrise: 6:45 A
Partly cloudy, windy and warm with a shower
Sunset: 5:32 P
Weather For Your Health
Air Quality Index
Actual: 0 in
November 25, 1950
Northeast: Great Appalachian Storm (24th-26th) developed greatest wind force, deepest snow, most severe early-season cold in history of the Northeast: 18.8 inches of snow at Akron, OH; Youngstown, OH, had a maximum 24-hour snowfall of 20.7 inches and a maximum single storm total of 28.7 inches; Steubenville, OH, had a maximum single storm total of 36.3 inches; Pittsburgh, PA, had a maximum 24-hour snowfall of 20.1 inches and a maximum single storm total of 27.7 inches; and Charleston, WV had a maximum 24-hour snowfall of 15.1 inches and a maximum single storm total of 25.6 inches.
November 25, 1985
Pocatello, ID: A total of 7.3 inches of snow.
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