A “Feel Good” July Morning

| July 20, 2009 @ 10:12 am | 4 Replies

UPDATED 10:40 AM TO ADD 20+ ADDITIONAL REPORTS
Numerous record lows this morning. Many of the lows would equal the average lows of late September and early October.

49 DeSoto State Park (lowest official low I could find)
51 Broomtown
52 Hytop Agricultural Station, Scrougeout, Crossville, Cottondale
53 Guin, Muscadine, Munford, McCalla
54 Camp Hill, Lafayette, Sylacauga, Townley, Cullman Airport
55 Gaylesville, West Blocton, Alexander City, Southside (Etowah County), Decatur Airport, Ft. Payne Airport, Meridianville, Anniston Airport, Hartselle, Coker, Concord/Hueytown
56 Owens Crossroads, Russell Cave National Monument, Jasper, Oneonta, Vernon, Dearmanville, Ellisville, Alabaster/Navajo Pines, Huntsville Airport, Muscle Shoals Airport
57 Moulton, Russellville, Alexander City, Gadsden, Weaver, Albertville, Clanton, Pleasant Grove, Sycamore
58 Union Grove, Livingston, Wadley, Ingramtown (Hale County), Jackson, Evergreen Airport, Hayden
59 Shelby County Airport, Birmingham Airport, Greystone Cove, Clay, Bankhead National Forest, Montgomery Airport, Tuscaloosa Airport
60 Huntsville/UAH, Thomasville
62 Fairhope
63 Cordova, Coden, Mobile/Brookley Field
64 Mobile Regional Airport

RECORD LOWS
This is a partial list of record lows this morning. There were others in the Tennessee Valley area.

59 Birmingham Airport, previous record 60 in 1947
59 Shelby County Airport, previous 60 in 1976
59 Montgomery/Dannelly Field, previous 63 in 1923
57 Troy, previous 60 in 1923
59 Tuscaloosa Airport, previous 64 in 2004
55 Anniston Airport, previous 60 in 1947
57 Alexander City, previous 62 in 1984
57 Clanton, previous 62 in 1925, 1947, and 1962
55 Pinson, previous 61 in 1962

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK
Mt. LeConte missing this morning, but during the weekend they had a low of 35. We also have a report of 40s on Grandfather Mountain.

USA EXTREMES
126 Sunday in Death Valley, just 8 degrees shy of the hottest ever in the USA.
32 this morning at Stanley, Idaho.

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