CULLMAN COUNTY WEATHER Tuesday November 14 2017

by | Nov 14, 2017 | Weather

CLEAR, SUNNY, NICE – High 62°

TODAY: Sunny skies with a high near 62°. Gentle east wind.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, low around 40°. East southeast wind at 5 mph.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High near 62°. South southeast winds.

IMAGE: Big night in Cullman for self-protection and public safety. Prominent Cullman attorney Champ Crocker will address the public at Brandin’ Iron Fairview about the ‘Stand Your Ground’ law (6:30 pm). Simultaneously at Temple Baptist Church, Sheriff Matt Gentry and his staff will be conducting a Church Safety Class (6 pm).

REST OF WEEK: Mostly sunny skies with limited rain chances. Daytime high temperatures will be in the 60’s and overnight lows will in the 40’s. This look like a relatively calm few days ahead. First chance of rain is Friday night into Saturday.

At 7:00 am TUESDAY Current Conditions at the Cullman Regional Folsom Field (KCMD) weather station:

CLEAR – 36°
Wind Chill – 36°
Dewpoint: 34°
Humidity: 94%
Wind: Calm
Visibility: 7.0 miles
Barometer: 30.30 inHg (steady)


The Tale of the Weather Tape

SUNLIGHT
Sunrise = 6:20 am
Sunset = 4:43 pm
UV Intensity = 3.5 Moderate

MOON
Waning Gibbous – 15%
Set: 2:33 am
Rise: 2:57 pm

THIS DAY IN CULLMAN WEATHER HISTORY
Average Low = 38°
Average High = 66°
Average Rainfall = 0.17 inches
Record Low = 19° (1986)
Record High = 81° (1993)

NOVEMBER AVERAGES
Low = 37°
High = 65°
Rainfall Total = 4.94”
Snowfall Total = 0.10″
Record July Low = 2° (1950)
Record July High = 89° (2003)

This Day In National Weather History
1964

With the help of a fresh three inch cover of snow, the temperature at Ely, NV, dipped to 15 degrees below zero to establish an all-time record low for the month of November. That record of -15 degrees was later equalled on the 19th of November in 1985. (The Weather Channel)

1974

A storm produced 15 inches of snow at the Buffalo, NY, airport, and 30 inches on the south shore of Lake Erie. (David Ludlum)

1986

An early season cold wave set more than 200 records from the northwestern U.S. to the east coast over a seven day period. For some places it proved to be the coldest weather of the winter season. (Sandra and TI Richard Sanders – 1987)

1987

The first major snowstorm of the season hit the Southern and Central Rockies, producing 12 inches at the Brian Head ski resort in Utah overnight. Strong and gusty winds associated with the storm reached 52 mph at Ruidoso NM. In the eastern U.S., the temperature at Washington D.C. soared to 68 degrees, just three days after being buried under more than a foot of snow. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

1988

A massive storm produced snow and gusty winds in the western U.S., with heavy snow in some of the higher elevations. Winds gusted to 66 mph at Show Low AZ, and Donner Summit, located in the Sierra Nevada Range of California, was buried under 23 inches of snow. Heavy rain soaked parts of California, with 3.19 inches reported at Blue Canyon. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

1989

Unseasonably warm weather prevailed east of the Rockies. Temperatures reached 70 degrees as far north as New England, and readings in the 80s were reported across the southeast quarter of the nation. Nineteen cities reported record high temperatures for the date. For the second time in the month Dallas/Fort Worth TX equalled their record for November with an afternoon high of 89 degrees. The high of 91 degrees at Waco TX was their warmest of record for so late in the season. Heavy snow blanketed parts of Wyoming overnight, with a foot of snow reported at Cody, and ten inches at Yellowstone Park. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)

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Timothy Collins

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