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Tracking Two Storms Crossing the U.S. with Rain, Snow and Gusty Winds

A storm gathering strength over Texas today will shift to the Mid-Atlantic through Tuesday night. Areas of freezing rain and heavy snow will spread from the central Plains east into the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England. Further south, areas of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain are possible from the southern Plains into the Ohio Valley. A Pacific storm will move into the Southwest Monday. Read More >

Local Islands Climate Extremes

(These values have been evaluated by the National Centers for Environmental Information and/or by the State Climate Extremes Committee and determined to be valid.)

Puerto Rico

Variable Location Value Date
24-hr Rainfall Toro Negro Forest 23.75 in. October 7th, 1985
Maximum Temperature Mona Island *104 °F July 2nd, 1996
Minimum Temperature

Aibonito 1S
San Sebastian 2 WNW

40 °F March 9th, 1911
   January 24th, 1966
      

 

 

Special Notes

Maximum Temperature: listed record value of 104°F is being reviewed. If found to be invalid, the next highest temperature is 100°F on August 21st, 2003 at Ponce 4E.

Rainfall: Value was observed during the passage of Tropical Storm Isabel (October 4th-8th, 1985).

U.S. Virgin Islands

 

Variable Location Value Date
24-hr Rainfall Anna's Hope ST Croix 20.00 in. September 4th, 1979
Maximum Temperature Cruz Bay ST John
Cyril E. King Airport ST Thomas
Cyril E. King Airport ST Thomas
99 °F July 31st, 1988
August 4th, 1994
June 23rd, 1996
Minimum Temperature Anna's Hope ST Croix 51 °F January 31st, 1954

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