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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #15 on: June 22, 2012, 06:30:50 AM »
CNN news on TV just now: Record breaking rain in the Duluth MN area and terrible flooding. State of Emergency declared and several rescues.
Previous record of rain in Duluth: 6 inches. This storm 8-10 in places in 24 hours. A total of 12" inches in an area of MN. More exact info soon.
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« Reply #16 on: June 23, 2012, 09:35:31 PM »
National Weather Service article on the historic flooding.
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http://www.crh.noaa.gov/dlh/?n=june2012_duluth_flood

Three day rainfall amounts of 8 to 10 inches were common across the Minnesota Arrowhead and northwestern Wisconsin from June 17th through June 19th, 2012. The heavy rain took its toll on the road infrastructure and caused rivers and streams to flood.

A cold front approached Minnesota from the High Plains on Sunday, June 17th and this front set off numerous thunderstorms through the evening. Duluth NWS received nearly an inch of rain (0.71”). The rains that fell on Sunday had indundated the soil, and created more saturated conditions than normal, which primed the Duluth area for runoff in the extreme rain event that we received. On Tuesday, June 19th another front slowly approached northeastern Minnesota. This front continually formed thunderstorms that developed over east central Minnesota and tracked northeast into the Duluth area, the north shore of Lake Superior and into northwestern Wisconsin. The official rainfall in Duluth on the 19th was 4.14 inches up until 1 am. The thunderstorms finally ended when a strong cold front moved through Wednesday afternoon. The rainfall on the 20th was 3.10”. Total rainfall for the large rainfall event was 7.24”.

Numerous roads were washed out from the deluge of rain from Carlton County through the Duluth metro area and into Douglas County and Bayfield County in Wisconsin.

A state of emergency was declared in Duluth, Hermantown and Superior, WI.

The Fond Du Lac neighborhood of Duluth and the Thomson Township in Carlton County were evacuated due to the quickly rising St. Louis River.

A raging Kingsbury Creek flooded the Lake Superior Zoo, drowning many animals. Two seals were swept from their enclosures, but were returned safely after being found on a local street. The polar bear escaped its exhibit, but was safely returned after being tranquilized by a dart.

An 8-year-old boy was swept into a culvert while playing in the flood waters in Proctor. He was swept through the culvert for 6 or 7 blocks, but besides some scrapes, was unharmed.

This map is a graphical representation of the precipitation reports that we received from off duty weather service employees, cooperative observers, and trained spotters. Both the map and the table of values below are preliminary values as of 6:30 pm Wednesday night, and will be updated as needed.

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/dlh/?n=june2012_duluth_flood

........... Please see the page above, for more info, graphs and images.
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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #17 on: June 27, 2012, 01:12:12 PM »
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jax/  NWS Jacksonville, FL

1)   Tropical Storm Debby Rainfall Totals [image below as of June 26 ]
2)   Debby sets all-time rainfall records in Gainesville
3)   Debby sets all-time rainfall records in Jacksonville
4)   Additional News Headlines

2)  Debby sets all-time rainfall records in Gainesville
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jax/text.php?sid=GNV&pil=RER 

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/docs/sr-getprod.php?pil=RER&sid=GNV&ugc=&version=0&format=PRE  Printer friendly version

Record Report
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SXUS72 KJAX 271251
RERGNV

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
845 AM EDT WED JUN 27 2012

...ALL-TIME JUNE RAINFALL RECORD BROKEN IN GAINESVILLE...

...TROPICAL STORMS DEBBY 3 DAY RAINFALL TOTAL SECOND HIGHEST
ALL-TIME IN GAINESVILLE...

THROUGH TUESDAY JUNE 26TH...GAINESVILLE HAS RECEIVED 16.34 INCHES OF RAIN. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE WHICH WAS 14.77 INCHES SET IN 1965. RECORDS GO BACK TO 1890 FOR GAINESVILLE.

THE TROPICAL STORM DEBBY 3 DAY RAINFALL TOTAL OF 12.02 INCHES FROM SUNDAY JUNE 24TH THROUGH TUESDAY JUNE 26TH WAS THE SECOND HIGHEST 3 DAY TOTAL OF ALL-TIME AT GAINESVILLE RANKED JUST BEHIND THE 12.68 INCHES THAT FELL FROM SEPTEMBER 25-27 IN 1894.

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3)  Debby sets all-time rainfall records in Jacksonville

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SXUS72 KJAX 271139
RERJAX

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
730 AM EDT WED JUN 27 2012

...LARGEST 2 DAY RAINFALL TOTAL IN JACKSONVILLE HISTORY...

...RECORD DAILY MAXIMUM RAINFALL SET AT JACKSONVILLE ON JUNE 26TH...

A RECORD RAINFALL OF 5.20 INCHES WAS SET AT JACKSONVILLE YESTERDAY. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 3.37 SET IN 1996.

THE 12.56 INCHES OF RAINFALL THAT FELL AT JACKSONVILLE ON JUNE 25TH AND JUNE 26TH WAS THE LARGEST 2 DAY RAINFALL TOTAL ALL-TIME SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1871. THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 12.11 INCHES SET ON SEPTEMBER 9TH AND 10TH IN 1908.

THE TROPICAL STORM DEBBY 3 DAY RAINFALL TOTAL OF 13.78 INCHES FROM SUNDAY JUNE 24TH THROUGH TUESDAY JUNE 26TH WAS THE SECOND HIGHEST 3 DAY TOTAL OF ALL-TIME AT JACKSONVILLE RANKED JUST BEHIND THE 14.43 INCHES THAT FELL FROM AUGUST 28-30 IN 1968.

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4)  News See Next post for the whole story and  images

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/jax/?n=excessiverainfallevent

DEBBY BRINGS EXCESSIVE RAINFALL EVENT TO NORTHEAST FLORIDA!

by Pete Wolf, Science and Operations Officer

National Weather Service, Jacksonville FL

An excessive rainfall event, resulting from an approaching tropical storm and a stationary surface boundary, brought record rainfall and flooding to much of northeast Florida and extreme southeast Georgia June 24-27. [continues]
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/jax/?n=excessiverainfallevent 
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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #18 on: June 27, 2012, 01:39:15 PM »
Source: NWS Jacksonville http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jax/

Page of Record Reports for TS Debby and other Debby news
http://www.srh.noaa.gov/news/display_cmsnews.php?wfo=jax

Article link:
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/jax/?n=excessiverainfallevent

DEBBY BRINGS EXCESSIVE RAINFALL EVENT TO NORTHEAST FLORIDA!

by Pete Wolf, Science and Operations Officer
National Weather Service, Jacksonville FL

An excessive rainfall event, resulting from an approaching tropical storm and a stationary surface boundary, brought record rainfall and flooding to much of northeast Florida and extreme southeast Georgia June 24-27.
Tropical Storm Debby brought tropical moisture across the area, while a nearly stationary surface trough of low pressure over far northern FL lifted the moist air to produce a nearly stationary band of very heavy rainfall. The surface map below illustrates the surface trough (red dashed line) over far northern FL, with southerly winds south of the trough, northeasterly winds north of the trough, resulting in strong convergence of air along the trough. This was a key feature that set up the nearly stationary rain band along and just north of Interstate 10 in far northern FL.

Falling at rates of 1-2 inches per hour, rainfall totaled 5-10 inches across much of the area (red shades on image below), with an enhanced band of 12-20 inches along the stationary trough over far northern FL, along and just north of Interstate 10.  Radar estimated storm-total rainfall, shown below, clearly shows the enhanced rainfall band over far northern FL (magenta, purple and white shades).

The excessive rainfall led to significant urban and rural flooding, closing roads and flooding structures.  The rainfall also led to major river flooding.  Late Tuesday night, the Black Creek at Middleburg was approaching the forecast crest right at the record flood stage around 25 feet, as shown below (thick line observed, thin line forecast)

While slow-moving tropical storms can produce very heavy rainfall, tropical systems that interact with a stationary surface boundary can produce excessive amounts and severe flooding, as was the case across northern Florida with Debby. Daily and monthly rainfall records were set at Jacksonville and Gainesville during this event. Storm event rainfall totals reached 5.97 inches at St. Simons Island GA, 12.02 inches at Gainesville (FL) regional airport, and 13.78 inches at Jacksonville (FL) International Airport.

Additional information, including other measured rainfall amounts, will be provided on the NWS Jacksonville website later.
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http://www.crh.noaa.gov/jax/?n=excessiverainfallevent


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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #19 on: June 29, 2012, 08:35:08 AM »
Another record is broken.
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http://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_20954884?source=pop

Denver post:
"...the Waldo Canyon fire has added to what is already the most devastating fire season in Colorado history."

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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #20 on: June 30, 2012, 02:39:37 AM »
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-18653274

and Rainy weather breaks UK record for three months to June

April to June this year has been the wettest second quarter in the UK since records began in 1910.

The figure was confirmed on a second day of disruption after torrential rain doused parts of the country leaving thousands without power.

Transport and schools were also affected after Wales, the Midlands, north-east England, Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland were deluged.

Even without the latest storms, this is the second wettest June since 1910.

Up to 27 June, total UK rainfall was 130.1mm - just 6mm short of the 2007 record.

It is already the wettest June on record for Wales, with 186.3mm of rain this month, compared with the previous record of 183.1mm set in 1998.

The Met Office confirmed it had been the wettest April-June period in the UK since 1910.

Polly Chancellor, the Environment Agency's national drought co-ordinator, said it meant that river and reservoir levels across England and Wales were now normal or above for the time of year.

The revelations came as the West Coast mainline between England and Scotland was closed for a second time on Friday, and thousands in north-east England had no electricity.
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« Reply #21 on: July 01, 2012, 04:56:50 AM »
Inselemel thanks for posting the UK record breaking situations...
Meanwhile early this AM on CNN news the big story was "All time high record breaking breaking temperatures in the US." A lot of it is in the US.
After storms now there are some one million people in DC with no power and temps over 100 degrees. NY is hot, MD hot...also the southeast just sweltering...
Will be posting more exact details on the record - breaking temps.  next post.. Yowbarb

Extreme heat warning extended for Midwest, Southeast
By the CNN Wire Staff
updated 5:16 AM EDT, Sun July 1, 2012

CNN) -- Forecasters issued another round of excessive heat warnings Sunday for large swaths of the Midwest and Southeast as the regions dug out from deadly storms that left millions without power.
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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #22 on: July 01, 2012, 05:52:34 AM »
Note: This will continue on succeeding pages. The temps in bold print are the record breakers.
Temps which are not in bold print are meeting the all time record high temp for that city.
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TWC  Last Updated by The Weather Channel 2 days ago
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http://www.weather.com/news/weather-forecast/record-heat-all-time-monthly-20120628

National Forecast
All-Time, Monthly Record Heat Tracker
Jon Erdman,Nick Wiltgen Updated: Jun 30, 2012, 4:37 PM EDT weather.com
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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #23 on: July 01, 2012, 08:16:05 AM »
You know we get these high temps all the time (Arizona) but, we have very little humidity. This makes a huge difference! These areas are having hot temps plus humidity and it is brutal because your body can't cool it's self down. Please be careful in these areas, this kind of heat and humid can be deadly.
If you live in these places - drink plenty of water and say out of the heat - Please!!
Hang in there
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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #24 on: July 01, 2012, 09:48:17 AM »
and remember the animals as well, especially in vehicles,

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« Reply #25 on: July 01, 2012, 11:09:12 AM »
You know we get these high temps all the time (Arizona) but, we have very little humidity. This makes a huge difference! These areas are having hot temps plus humidity and it is brutal because your body can't cool it's self down. Please be careful in these areas, this kind of heat and humid can be deadly.
If you live in these places - drink plenty of water and say out of the heat - Please!!
Hang in there
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Sunny, good ideas...
will splice in here one statistic then next post will hopefully have the rest of the updated
record - breaking hot temperatures for the USA today...

Here's the stat, from CNN TV:

The governor of WVA stated that they are having the biggest power outage in
West Virginia history, with 53 out of 55 counties without power.

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« Reply #26 on: July 02, 2012, 09:56:20 AM »
RE Extremely hot, record - breaking temperatures in the US event:
NEXT POST will have an update. Hopefully I can get it all onto one post and it will be printable.
These have all been updated within past 3 days on TWC, some within 2 hours. - Yowbarb
The source is: TWC  http://www.weather.com/

Page which provdes the data is:
http://www.weather.com/news/weather-forecast/record-heat-all-time-monthly-20120628

National Forecast
All-Time, Monthly Record Heat Tracker

Jon Erdman,Nick Wiltgen
weather.com

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« Reply #27 on: July 02, 2012, 10:19:35 AM »
http://www.weather.com/news/weather-forecast/record-heat-all-time-monthly-20120628

National Forecast
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Miles City, MT
June record high:  111 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  106 on 6/26/1988
Records date to 1937

Gillette, WY
June record high:  107 (Jun. 24)

Old record:  104 on 6/23/1954
Records date to 1902

Sundance, WY
June record high:  102 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  101 on 6/30/2002
Records date to 1893

Lead, SD
June record high:  96 (Jun. 26)
Old record:  96 on 6/29/2002
Records date to 1909

Rapid City, SD
June record high:  109 (Jun. 26)
Old record:  109 on 6/29/2002
Records date to 1942

Ft. Collins, CO
June record high:  102 (Jun. 25)
Old record:  102 on 6/23/1954
Records date to 1893

Denver, CO
All-time record high:  105 (Jun. 26, 25)
Old record:  105 on 7/20/2005 and 8/8/1878
Records date to 1872

Colo. Springs, CO
All-time record high:  101 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  100 on 6/24/2012, 7/24/2003, 7/13/1954, 6/24/1954, 6/23/1954
Records date to 1894

Holyoke, CO
All-time record high: 110 (Jun. 27)
Old record:  110 on 7/11/1954
Records date to 1905

NEBRASKA

Arthur, NE
June record high:  105 (Jun. 27)
Old record:  105 on 6/15/1952
Records date to 1930

Benkelman, NE
All-time record high:  114 (Jun. 27)
Old record:  114 on 7/11/1954
Records date to 192

McCook, NE
All-time record high:  115 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  114 on 7/20/1932
Records date to 1908

Imperial, NE
June record high:  110 (Jun. 27)
Old record:  108 on 6/29/1916
Records date to 1900

Culbertson, NE
June record high:  112 (Jun. 27)

Old record:  112 on 6/30/1938
Records date to 1889

Scottsbluff, NE
June record high:  106 (Jun. 26 and 25)
Old record:  106 on 6/27/1990
Records date to 1893

Alliance, NE
June record high:  105 (Jun. 27)
Old record:  109 on 6/20/1989 [? ]
Records date to 1907

KANSAS

Atwood, KS
June record high:  113 (Jun. 27 and 25)

Old record:  111 on 6/15/1946
Records date to 1920

Oberlin, KS
June record high:  111 (Jun. 27)

Old record:  110 on 6/25/2012 and 6/29/1990
Records date to 1913

COLORADO

Ft. Collins, CO
June record high: 102 (June 25)

Old record: 102 0n 6/23/1954
Records date to 1893

Denver, CO
June record high: 105 (June 25, 26)
Old record: 105 on 7/20/2005 and 8/18/1878
Records date to 1872

Colorado Springs, CO
All time record high: 101

Old record: 100 on 6/24/2012, 7/24/2003, 7/13/1954, 6/24/1954, 6/23/1954
Records date to 1894

Walsenburg, CO
June record high:  101 (Jun. 25)

Old record:  101 on 6/21/1981
Records date to 1934

Cheyenne Wells. CO
June record high: 108 (June 24)

Old record: 107 on 6/29/1990
Records date to 1898

Lamar, CO
All time record high: 112 (June 27)

Old record: 111 on 6/26/2012, 7/14/1934, 7/13/1934
Records date to 1893

KANSAS

Goodland, KS
June record high:  110 (Jun. 26 and 27)

Old record:  109 on 6/24/2012 and 6/18/1936
Records date to 1895

Oakley, KS
All-time record high:  111 (Jun. 25)
Old record:  111 on 7/11/1954, 7/25/1940 and 7/24/1936
Records date to 1920

Quinter, KS
June record high:  110 (Jun. 27, 25)
Old record:  110 on 6/16/1946
Records date to 1931

WaKeeney, KS
June record high:  114 (Jun. 28, 27)

Old record:  113 on 6/26/2012
Records date to 1893

Hays, KS
June record high:  114 (Jun. 28)
Old record:  114 on 6/26/1911
Records date to 1892

Lincoln, KS
June record high:  115 (Jun. 28)

Old record:  114 on 6/30/1956
Records date to 1912

Dodge City, KS
All-time record high:  111 (Jun. 27)

Old record:  110 on 6/26/2012, 6/26/2011, 6/29/1998
Records date to 1874

Tribune, KS
All-time record high:  111 (Jun. 27, 25)

Old record:  108 on 7/15/2000
Records date to 1904

MISSOURI

Columbia, MO
June record high:  107 (Jun. 28)

Old record:  105 on 6/19/1936
Records date to 1889

Jefferson City, MO
June record high:  105 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  105 on 6/28/1936, 6/19/1936, 6/29/1934, 6/28/1934, 6/29/1901, 6/28/1901, 6/26/1901
Records date to 1890

Springfield, MO
June record high:  101 (Jun. 28, 27)

Old record:  101 on 6/27/1954, 6/15/1953 and 6/20/1936
Records date to 1888

Houston, MO
June record high tied:  102 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  102 on 6/26/1954 Records date to 1928

Licking, MO
June record high:  106 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  104 on 6/30/1952
Records date to 1936

Rolla (Univ. of Missouri), MO
June record high:  105 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  104 on 6/30/1952
Records date to 1897

Vichy-Rolla, MO
June record high:  106 (Jun. 28)

Old record:  104 on 6/29/1952
Records date to 1897

Jackson, MO
June record high tied:  108 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  108 on 6/30/1952
Records date to 1903

ARKANSAS

Mammoth Spring, AR
June record high:  108 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  106 on 6/20/1936
Records date to 1904

Gilbert, AR
June record high:  108 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  108 on 6/21/1936
Records date to 1936

Harrison, AR
June record high:  107 (Jun. 28)

Old record:  105 on 6/20/1936

Ft. Smith, AR
June record high 106 June 28, 29

Old record: 106  6/22/1934
Records go to 1822

Little Rock, AR
June record high 107

Old Record 105 on 6/25/2012, 6/29/1988 and 6/20/1936
Records date to 1879
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MISSISSIPPI

Monticello, MS
June Record High 107 June 28

Old Record: 105 on 6/5/2011
Records go back to 1908

TEXAS:

Houston, TX

June record high tied:  105 (Jun. 26)
Old record:  105 on 6/6/2011 and 6/5/2011
Records date to 1889

Brenham, TX
June record high tied:  105 (Jun. 27)
Old record:  105 on 6/28/1980
Records date to 1903

Austin (Camp Mabry), TX
June record high:  109 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  108 on 6/14/1998
Records date to 1897

Harlingen, TX
June record high:  110 (Jun. 26 and 27)

Old record:  109 on 6/24/2012 and 6/18/1936
Records date to 1895

Brownsville, TX
June record high:  103 (Jun. 26)
Old record:  103 on 6/19/1918
Records date to 1878

Harlingen, TX
June record high:  110 (Jun. 26 and 27)

Old record:  109 on 6/24/2012 and 6/18/1936
Records date to 1895

Victoria, TX
June record high:  108 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  107 on 6/18/1934
Records date to 1902

Corpus Christi, TX
June record high:  106 (Jun. 26)

Old record:  106 on 6/14/1998
Records date to 1887

TENNESSEE

Murfreesboro, TN
June record high:  108 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  104 on 6/29/2012 & 6/28/1936
Records date to 1890

Milan, TN
June record high tied:  105 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  105 on 6/27/1954
Records date to 1901

Dover, TN
June record high:  108 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  105 on 6/28/1952
Records date to 1901

Nashville, TN
All-time record high:  109 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  107 on 7/28/1952, 7/27/1952
Records date to 1873

Lebanon, TN
June record high:  105 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  104 on 6/29/1931, 6/28/1931, 6/23/1930
Records date to 1902

Chattanooga, TN
All-time record high tied:  106 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  106 on 7/28/1952
Records date to 1927

Knoxville, TN
June record high tied:  102 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  102 on 6/24/1988
Records date to 1871

KENTUCKY

Bowling Green, KY
June record high:  110 (Jun. 29
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Old record:  108 on 6/29/1936
Records date to 1893

Paducah, KY
Paducah, KY
All time record high: 108 (June 20)
Old record: 108 0n 7/17/1942
Records date to 1937

GEORGIA

Columbus, GA
All-time record high:  106 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  105 on 6/29/2012, Prior to 2012 the record was 104 on several occasions
Records date to 1948

Atlanta, GA
All-time record high:  106 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  105 on 7/13/1980 and 7/17/1980
Records date to 1878

Macon, GA
All-time record high tied:  108 (Jun. 30)
Tied previous record:  108 on 7/13/1980
Records date to 1892

Athens, GA
All-time record high:  109 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  108 on 7/12/1930, 7/21/1926, 9/8/1925, 7/19/1913
Records date to 1893

Augusta, GA
June record high:  106 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  105 on 6/26/1952, 6/29/1936, 6/28/1931
Records date to 1874

SOUTH CAROLINA

Saluda, SC
All-time record high tied:  109 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  109 on 7/14/1980
Records date to 1905

Little Mountain, SC
June record high: 107 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  106 on 6/3/1951
Records date to 189

Columbia, SC
All-time record high:  109 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  107 on 8/10/2007, 8/21/1983, 6/27/1954, 7/29/1952, 7/24/1952, 7/23/1952
Records date to 1887

Darlington, SC
June record high tied:  106 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  106 on 6/27/1954
Records date to 1903

NORTH CAROLINA

Charlotte, NC
All-time record high tied:  104 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  104 on 8/10/2007, 8/9/2007, 9/6/1954
Records date to 1878

Fayetteville, NC
June record high:  106 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  105 on 6/28/1954
Records date to 1899

Chapel Hill, NC
June record high tied:  104 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  104 on 6/30/1945
Records date to 1896

Raleigh-Durham, NC
All-time record high tied:  105 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  105 on 8/21/2007, 8/18/1988, 7/23/1952
Records date to 1887

VIRGINIA

Roanoke, VA
June record high tied:  104 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  104 on 6/30/1936
Records date to 1912

St. Louis, MO
June record high:  108 (Jun. 28)

Old record:  105 on 6/29/1952 and 6/19/1936
Records date to 1874

Carbondale, IL
June record high tied:  106 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  106 on 6/19/1936, 6/29/1931
Records date to 1898

Mt. Vernon, IN
June record high:  106 (Jun. 29 & 30)

Old record:  105 on 6/28/1954
Records date to 1893

Evansville, IN
June record high:  107 (Jun. 28, 29)

Old record:  104 on 6/26/1954
Records date to 1897

Vincennes, IN
June record high:  107 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  106 on 6/29/1936
Records date to 1917

Bloomington, IN
June record high:  104 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  103 on 6/28/1931, 6/24/1914, 6/28/1913
Records date to 1895

Indianapolis, IN
June record high:  104 (Jun. 28)

Old record:  102 on 6/25/1988
Records date to 1871

Greenfield, IN
June record high:  106 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  104 on 6/28/1934
Records date to 1903

Berne, IN
June record high tied: 104 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  104 on 6/25/1988
Records date to 1910

Ft. Wayne, IN
June record high tied:  106 (Jun. 28)
Old record:  106 on 6/25/1988, 7/14/1936, 7/22/1934
Records date to 1897

Farmland, IN
June record high:  105 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  102 on 6/26/1988, 6/29/1934, 6/28/1934
Records date to 1893

Brookville, IN
June record high:  105 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  104 on 6/28/1944
Records date to 1925

OHIO

Dayton, OH
June record high tied:  102 (Jun. 28)
Old record:  102 on 6/25/1988, 6/28/1944, 6/27/1944
Records date to 1893

Lima, OH
June record high:  103 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  101 on 6/29/1952, 6/28/1934, 6/2/1934
Records date to 1901

Paulding, OH
June record high:  107 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  106 on 6/1/1934
Records date to 1914

Defiance, OH
June record high:  107 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  106 on 6/2/1934
Records date to 1893

Van Wert, OH
June record high tied:  104 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  104 on 6/26/1988
Records date to 1893

Wauseon, OH
June record high:  104 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  103 on 6/25/1988
Records date to 1893

Waverly, OH
June record high tied:  102 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  102 on 6/3/1895
Records date to 1893

WEST VIRGINIA

Logan, WV
June record high:  105 (Jun. 30)

Old record: 104 on 7/15/1954
Records date to 1901

Madison, WV
June record high tied:  100 (Jun. 29 and 30)
Old record:  100 on 6/26/1988
Records date to 1894

Buckhannon, WV
June record high:  99 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  96 on 6/30/1936
Records date to 1899

VIRGINIA

Wytheville, VA

All-time record high tied:  98 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  98 on 8/14/2010
Records date to 1919

Roanoke, VA
June record high tied:  104 (Jun. 29)
Old record:  104 on 6/30/1936
Records date to 1912

Farmville, VA
All-time record high tied:  106 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  106 on 9/1/1932
Records date to 1921

NORTH CAROLINA

Mt. Airy, NC
June record high:  103 (Jun. 30)

Old record:  102 on 6/11/1914
Records date to 1894

Charlotte, NC
All-time record high tied:  104 (Jun. 29, Jun. 30, Jul. 1)
Old record:  104 on 8/10/2007, 8/9/2007, 9/6/1954
Records date to 1878

Fayetteville, NC
June record high: 106 (Jun. 29)

Old record:  105 on 6/28/1954
Records date to 1899

Raleigh-Durham, NC
All-time record high tied:  105 (Jun. 30, Jun. 29)
Old record:  105 on 8/21/2007, 8/18/1988, 23/1952
Records date to 1887

Chapel Hill, NC
June record high tied:  104 (Jun. 30)
Old record:  104 on 6/30/1945
Records date to 1896

SOUTH CAROLINA

Columbia, SC
All time record high 109 June 29, 30

Old record 106 on 8/10/2007, 8/21/1983. 6/27/1954,7/29/1952,7/24/1952, 7/23/1952
Records date to 1887

Little Mountain, SC
June Record High: 107 (June 30)

June Record High 106 6/3/1951
Records date to 1897

Darlington, SC
June Record High tied: 106 (June 30)
Old Record 106 on 5/27/1954
Records date to 1903

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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #28 on: July 09, 2012, 09:12:07 AM »
I haven't got the total of all the broken records for high temperatures in this latest heat wave.
As the heat wave lessens in some areas, there will be more of a total posted.
Meanwhile today on CNN News Room, some All Time High Record Temperatures were posted:

Sunday July 08 2012

Raleigh-Durham NC................................105

Richmond, VA.........................................103

Washington, DC.....................................102

Charlotte, NC.........................................101

Baltimore, MD.........................................100


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Re: Record-Breaking Earth Changes Statistics
« Reply #29 on: July 09, 2012, 09:21:15 AM »
Yowbarb Note: I don't know if this is a record but wow has anyone ever heard of this happening before?! See this page on Huffington Post for the article and PHOTO
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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/08/heat-wave-us-airways-flight-stuck-photo-reagan-airport_n_1657472.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

Heat Wave Causes U.S. Airways Plane To Get Stuck In Tarmac At Reagan National Airport (PHOTO)
The Huffington Post  |  By Timothy Stenovec
Posted: 07/08/2012 2:34 pm Updated: 07/08/2012 8:17 pm

A U.S. Airways flight at Reagan National Airport bound for Charleston, S.C. was delayed on Friday after it got stuck in a soft spot on the tarmac, apparently caused by extremely high temperatures, the The Washington Post reports.

According to Michelle Mohr, a U.S. Airways spokesperson, the 50-seat regional jet got stuck when the electric tug cart was unable to push it from the gate because the jet's wheels had sunk into the tarmac.

In an effort to reduce the weight of the plane and free it, the luggage was unloaded and the 35 passengers and 3 crew members deplaned, Mohr said. But that still didn't work, and it wasn't until crews brought in a cart normally used on a much larger aircraft that the plane was freed and able to get on its way.

The flight was delayed for about three hours.

A photo posted to the social news site Reddit that is purported to show the plane's wheels sunken has been viewed nearly 850,000 times. Mohr confirmed to The Huffington Post that the aircraft's registration number in the picture matches the airline that got stuck on Friday.

Mohr told HuffPost that in her more than six years with U.S. Airways, this is the first time she's heard of something like this happening.

"It was a pretty unusual event," she said, "but we're looking at some pretty unusual temperatures."

Indeed, Bloomberg reports that more than 2,400 high-temperature records were broken in the U.S. over the past 11 days.

The temperature at Reagan National reached a high of 98 on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

The airport wasn't the only part of the Washington, D.C.-area infrastructure feeling the effects of the heat. A "heat kink" brought on by excessive temperatures is being blamed for the Friday derailment of three Metro cars.

UPDATE: July 8, 2012 at 8:00 p.m. EDT

Phillip Dugaw, the passenger who took the photo and posted it to Reddit, contacted HuffPost on Sunday evening and described his experience aboard the aircraft.

Dugaw said that as the plane was getting ready to leave, "there was a jerking motion going back and forth as if something was stuck and preventing the craft from moving at all," he said, adding that the pilots then attempted to free the airplane by firing the engines.

When that didn't work, Dugaw said they unloaded the plane and he and the other passengers spent about 45 minutes in the heat on the tarmac before a bus arrived that took them back to the terminal.

Even though the flight eventually took off, Dugaw, a 24-year-old consultant who works for IBM, was able to get on another flight to Charleston.

LOOK: U.S. Airways Plane's Wheels Stuck On Tarmac:

Photo via Phillip Dugaw, Reddit user "pdugaw."
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