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Press-Republican. (Plattsburgh, N.Y.) 1966-current, November 13, 1995, Image 11

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NOVEMBER 13,1995 WE WEATHER PAGE 11 PRESS-REPUBLICAN NATIONAL Weather By Tht Associated Prau Temperatures dipped to record lows Sunday from Indiana into 'Florida after a cold front rushed across the eastern states, accom- panied by a line of storms that had wind gustirigto 81 mph. South Bend, Ind., chilled to a record low for Nov. 12 of 15 degrees, two degrees off the previous record set in 1986. Other record lows were 16 at Cincinnati; 19 at Jackson, Ky.; 21, a tie; at Paducah, Ky.; and 41, also a tie, at Melbourne, Fla. Cincinnati's previous record of 17 had been on the books since 1911: Sunday morning's lowest temperature in the Lower 48 states was 18 below zero at Ely, Minn. FORECAST Southern Franklin-Southwest Clinton-Western Essex: Today, becoming cloudy with a chance of snow during the afternoon. High 30 to 35, East wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 40 percent. To- night, periods of snow. Low 25 to 30. Chance of snow 80 percent. ,. Tuesday: Snow likely.. Snow may *;mix with sleet during the after- »noon. High in the mid 30s. »Chance of precipitation 70 per- ?• cent. Northeastern Clinton-Eastern *• Essex: Today, becoming cloudy I with a chance of snow during the *; afternoon. High 30 to 35. Light » v south wind. Chance of snow 40 Z percent. Tonight, periods of ™snow. Low around 30. Chance of * snow 80 percent. Tuesday: Snow \• mixing with sleet and possibly \ changing to rain. High 35 to 40. -. Chance of precipitation 80 per- '. cent. «>. Extended forecast: Wednesday, ^ rain likely. May change to snow £* late in the day. Low- in the 30s. •* High 40 to 45. Thursday, chance of snow showers. Low around 20. High in the 30s. Friday, fair. Low „. in the 20s. High 35 to 45. be-' r High, low listed EforPlattsburgh PLATTSBURGH - Official Plattsburgh Weather Station report for the 24-hour period ended 4 p.m. Sunday High temperature: 63 Daily average high: 45 Low temperature: 26 Daily average low: 31 .Precipitation: 1.21 Month record high: 71 Month record low: 1 Today's sunrise: 6:46 Today's sunset: 4:29 Degree days: 9 Degree days last year Nov. 12: 29 Degree days to date 1995: 762 Degree days to date 1994: 775 Degree days represent the difference be- tween 65 degrees Fahreinheit and the mean temperature for the day, providing an estimate for calculating heating costs. Most power restored following wind storm ALBANY (AP) - Power was restored to most areas in New •York Sunday after a storm that blew down trees and knocked out power lines for some 4,000 cen- tral New York customers, accor- ding to Mace Felton, a spokesman for Niagara Mohawk. Power outages, blown down trees and messy road conditions were reported throughout the Albany area as well. Most of the outages in central New York, where NiMo serves about 300,000 customers, were in the area spanning Cortland County north to Oswego County. Calls started coming in Saturday afternoon and power was restored in most areas by 11 a.m. Sunday, Felton said. Between two and four inches of rain fell in eastern New York from Poughkeepsie through Lake George and the southern Adiron- dacks. •. Teams rescue 85 trapped by avalinche KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) - Search teams rescued 85 people trapped for two days by an avalanche near Mount Everest . and dug out the bodies of 18 Jap- anese and Nepalese trekkers. In another deadly accident, 11 people died after being buried in a landslide in western Nepal. The victims include a Canadian, a Irish woman and two other for- eigners, police said. 4 More record lows were ex- pected this morning. At the opposite extreme Sun- day^temperatures hit a record 83 at Amarillo, Texas, and 84 at Lubbock, Texas, the warmest early afternoon readings in the Lower 48. The leading edge of the cold air touched off storms Saturday and early Sunday from Florida to Maine. Wind gusted to 81 mph at Cambridge, Vt., and Boston; 76 mph at Bath, Maine; 70 mph at Massachusetts' Cape Cod, and 65 mph at Ocean City, Md. Flooding closed some roads in parts of Maine and New Hamp- shire. Flood warnings were posted Sunday for parts of New Hampshire, Maine and New Jersey. Lines separate high temperature zorjes for the day. COLD WARM STATIONARY 80s © 1995 AccuWeather, Inc. Pressure H L Fy3 HK3H LOW SHOWERS R#IN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY VimAuodtfdPmu Monday, Nov. 13 AccuWeather® forecast for daytime conditions and high temperatures Atlantic Ocean | Washington | 50° >-i ( .1995 AccuWeather, Inc. mmmiim\ Get a quality CellularOne phone as a free gift when you buy one for $49.95. 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