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NOAA: U.S. breaks or ties 115 cold and sets 63 new snowfall records

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Friday, Oct 31, 2008

Of course many of you that live in this weather already know this, but there is an early start to winter this year, not only in the USA, but also in London, where it snowed in October for the first time in over 70 years.

So far, no mention of this broadly distributed U.S. record event in the mainstream media. There are a few individual mentions or record lows in Florida. See this Google News search.

Here, from NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), is a list of these new or tied records for October 29th, 2008.

I find the -25 below in Alaska interesting, since it bested the old record by 4 degrees.

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NOAA: U.S. breaks or ties 115 cold and sets 63 new snowfall records 161008pptv3

Here are the 115 new or tied low temperature records:

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The table below has been formatting to fit the blog, Here is a direct link to the original data from NCDC

29 October 2008 Record
New (83)
Tied (32)
Previous
Record
Previous
Year
Period
of
Record
CIRCLE HOT SPRINGS, AK -25.0°F -21.0°F 2001 44
TONSINA, AK -17.0°F -16.0°F 1985 42
CAMP HILL 2 NW, AL 21.0°F 25.0°F 1968 76
HAMILTON 3 S, AL 23.0°F 24.0°F 1968 45
CENTREVILLE 6 SW, AL 26.0°F 28.0°F 2001 32
MUSCLE SHOALS AP, AL (KMSL) 27.0°F 28.0°F 1952 67
GREENVILLE, AL 28.0°F 29.0°F 2001 78
GENEVA #2, AL 29.0°F 29.0°F 2001 32
HIGHLAND HOME, AL 29.0°F 30.0°F 1976 112
HUNTSVILLE INTL AP, AL (KHSV) 30.0°F 30.0°F 2005 50
MONTGOMERY AP ASOS, AL (KMGM) 31.0°F 32.0°F 2001 60
ATMORE, AL 32.0°F 33.0°F 2001 48
MOBILE RGNL AP, AL (KMOB) 32.0°F 36.0°F 1987 60
FAIRHOPE 2 NE, AL 33.0°F 34.0°F 1952 89
CODEN, AL 34.0°F 35.0°F 1957 43
DAUPHIN IS #2, AL 47.0°F 48.0°F 2001 32
BOONEVILLE 3 SSE, AR 28.0°F 29.0°F 1993 30
MURFREESBORO 1 W, AR 29.0°F 29.0°F 1993 33
SPARKMAN, AR 29.0°F 29.0°F 2005 40
FORDYCE, AR 30.0°F 30.0°F 1993 71
ROHWER 2 NNE, AR 31.0°F 32.0°F 1997 47
WEST MEMPHIS, AR 31.0°F 33.0°F 1976 45
BLYTHEVILLE, AR 32.0°F 32.0°F 1939 79
EUDORA, AR 32.0°F 32.0°F 1997 45
PERRY, FL 29.0°F 32.0°F 1987 71
TALLAHASSEE WSO AP, FL (KTLH) 29.0°F 31.0°F 1987 63
GLEN ST MARY 1 W, FL 29.0°F 32.0°F 1957 80
MAYO, FL 30.0°F 30.0°F 1957 57
NICEVILLE, FL 31.0°F 33.0°F 2001 62
JACKSONVILLE INTL AP, FL (KJAX) 33.0°F 39.0°F 1987 60
APALACHICOLA AP, FL (KAAF) 34.0°F 41.0°F 1976 76
PENSACOLA RGNL AP, FL (KPNS) 36.0°F 38.0°F 1968 60
TAMPA WSCMO AP, FL (KTPA) 42.0°F 45.0°F 1963 75
ORLANDO INTL AP, FL (KMCO) 43.0°F 49.0°F 1952 54
DAYTONA BEACH INTL AP, FL (KDAB) 44.0°F 46.0°F 1957 60
KISSIMMEE 2, FL 44.0°F 45.0°F 1968 46
VERO BEACH INTL AP, FL (KVRB) 46.0°F 48.0°F 1943 57
FT MYERS PAGE FLD AP, FL (KFMY) 47.0°F 47.0°F 1910 109
WEST PALM BCH INTL AP, FL (KPBI) 49.0°F 51.0°F 1944 69
MIAMI INTL AP, FL (KMIA) 55.0°F 61.0°F 1968 60
FT LAUDERDALE INTL AP, FL (KFLL) 55.0°F 62.0°F 2006 35
KEY WEST INTL AP, FL (KEYW) 61.0°F 66.0°F 1957 56
NAHUNTA 6 NE, GA 28.0°F 30.0°F 1957 45
PLAINS SW GA EXP STN, GA 30.0°F 30.0°F 2001 52
BLAKELY, GA 31.0°F 34.0°F 1976 95
ALBANY CAA AP, GA 31.0°F 35.0°F 1952 33
BRUNSWICK, GA 39.0°F 40.0°F 1957 90
CASSODAY, KS 24.0°F 24.0°F 1993 46
IOLA 1 W, KS 26.0°F 26.0°F 1980 48
HOMER 3 SSW, LA 27.0°F 33.0°F 2001 55
BASTROP, LA 29.0°F 31.0°F 2005 78
ASHLAND, LA 30.0°F 32.0°F 2005 54
MONROE ULM, LA 30.0°F 32.0°F 2005 31
ALEXANDRIA AP, LA (KESF) 31.0°F 31.0°F 2005 56
MANSFIELD, LA 33.0°F 34.0°F 2005 32
JONESVILLE LOCKS, LA 33.0°F 39.0°F 2005 36
SLIDELL, LA 34.0°F 35.0°F 1957 52
BUNKIE, LA 34.0°F 34.0°F 1957 50
RED RVR RSCH STN, LA 34.0°F 35.0°F 2001 31
RESERVE, LA 35.0°F 35.0°F 1913 101
BOYCE 3 WNW, LA 39.0°F 41.0°F 2001 31
GALENA, MO 22.0°F 25.0°F 1963 43
MT VERNON M U SW CTR, MO 22.0°F 25.0°F 1980 48
BUFFALO 2 N, MO 22.0°F 23.0°F 1980 44
WASOLA, MO 25.0°F 26.0°F 1952 61
HICKORY FLAT, MS 26.0°F 27.0°F 2001 51
OAKLEY EXP STN, MS 27.0°F 28.0°F 2001 37
WINONA 5 E, MS 28.0°F 28.0°F 2001 54
GRENADA 5 NNE, MS 28.0°F 29.0°F 1957 53
MCCOMB AP, MS (KMCB) 31.0°F 34.0°F 1957 60
WIGGINS, MS 32.0°F 34.0°F 1957 52
ROLLING FORK, MS 32.0°F 35.0°F 2005 35
PASCAGOULA 3 NE, MS 33.0°F 33.0°F 1987 71
YAZOO CITY 5 NNE, MS 33.0°F 33.0°F 1963 46
GRANDFATHER MTN, NC 17.0°F 17.0°F 1968 52
SUPERIOR 4E, NE 20.0°F 21.0°F 1991 53
TUSKAHOMA, OK 24.0°F 31.0°F 1973 46
MARIETTA 5SW, OK 25.0°F 26.0°F 1952 67
LINDSAY 2 W, OK 27.0°F 31.0°F 1993 43
KEYSTONE DAM, OK 28.0°F 29.0°F 1980 41
PERRY, OK 28.0°F 28.0°F 1980 89
BROKEN BOW DAM, OK 32.0°F 32.0°F 1973 34
SANDHILL RSCH ELGIN, SC 30.0°F 30.0°F 1976 50
DICKSON, TN 23.0°F 23.0°F 1952 106
AMES PLANTATION, TN 28.0°F 29.0°F 2001 31
JOHNSON CITY, TX 28.0°F 34.0°F 1970 41
GILMER 4 WNW, TX 28.0°F 30.0°F 1952 72
MT VERNON, TX 28.0°F 35.0°F 1973 42
SMITHVILLE, TX 28.0°F 34.0°F 1957 81
WARREN 2 S, TX 29.0°F 33.0°F 1957 32
WEATHERFORD, TX 29.0°F 29.0°F 1913 103
EMORY, TX 29.0°F 35.0°F 1995 42
GREENVILLE KGVL RADIO, TX 30.0°F 30.0°F 1952 103
MADISONVILLE, TX 30.0°F 31.0°F 1955 61
CENTERVILLE, TX 30.0°F 33.0°F 1970 65
KERRVILLE 3 NNE, TX 31.0°F 36.0°F 2006 34
CENTER, TX 31.0°F 31.0°F 1952 65
FOWLERTON, TX 32.0°F 32.0°F 1970 52
HILLSBORO, TX 32.0°F 32.0°F 1913 97
HENDERSON, TX 32.0°F 36.0°F 1973 67
AUSTIN BERGSTROM INTL, TX (KAUS) 33.0°F 37.0°F 1970 35
CLEVELAND, TX 33.0°F 35.0°F 1965 44
HONDO MUNI AP, TX (KHDO) 34.0°F 40.0°F 1993 37
GRAPEVINE DAM, TX 35.0°F 35.0°F 1910 66
LONGVIEW 11 SE, TX 35.0°F 38.0°F 1993 33
LA GRANGE, TX 36.0°F 38.0°F 2005 46
TOWN BLUFF DAM, TX 36.0°F 37.0°F 2001 37
JACKSONVILLE, TX 36.0°F 36.0°F 1970 44
VICTORIA ASOS, TX (KVCT) 37.0°F 40.0°F 1980 53
STILLHOUSE HOLLOW DAM, TX 37.0°F 38.0°F 1970 40
EL CAMPO, TX 38.0°F 39.0°F 1970 36
MATAGORDA 2, TX 40.0°F 40.0°F 1952 78
ARANSAS WR, TX 40.0°F 46.0°F 1980 35
POINT COMFORT, TX 42.0°F 43.0°F 2007 48
RAYMONDVILLE, TX 45.0°F 45.0°F 1970 92

Here are 163 new or tied lowest high temperature records for October 29th, 2008

Here is a direct link to NOAA’s NCDC data for these records:

29 October 2008 Record
New (120)
Tied (48)
Previous
Record
Previous
Year
Period
of
Record
BRIDGEPORT 5 NW, AL 49.0 55.0 2001 44
SAND MT SUBSTN, AL 50.0 50.0 1952 59
MOULTON 2, AL 51.0 53.0 1973 49
TALLADEGA, AL 52.0 55.0 1973 107
CLANTON, AL 52.0 53.0 1910 110
SYLACAUGA 4 NE, AL 52.0 56.0 1997 46
BELLE MINA 2 N, AL 52.0 53.0 1952 57
VERNON, AL 54.0 55.0 1973 49
HAMILTON 3 S, AL 54.0 58.0 1968 45
GREENVILLE, AL 55.0 59.0 2001 78
JASPER, AL 55.0 55.0 1976 45
EVERGREEN, AL 55.0 57.0 1910 83
THORSBY EXP STN, AL 55.0 57.0 1997 50
BREWTON 3 SSE, AL 57.0 60.0 1958 79
CODEN, AL 59.0 59.0 1997 44
MARSHALL, AR 52.0 52.0 1969 54
FT BRAGG 5 N, CA 53.0 53.0 1953 72
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL 64.0 64.0 2001 109
ST PETERSBURG, FL (KSPG) 64.0 64.0 1952 96
GAINESVILLE RGNL AP, FL (KGNV) 64.0 64.0 2007 45
ST AUGUSTINE LH, FL 66.0 69.0 1987 34
KEY WEST INTL AP, FL (KEYW) 71.0 74.0 1987 56
FT LAUDERDALE INTL AP, FL (KFLL) 76.0 78.0 1989 35
ALPHARETTA 4 SSW, GA 49.0 53.0 1959 41
GAINESVILLE, GA 49.0 49.0 1910 103
ALLATOONA DAM 2, GA 50.0 53.0 1953 43
DALLAS 7 NE, GA 51.0 55.0 1976 50
ELBERTON 2 N, GA 51.0 51.0 1910 68
HARTWELL, GA 51.0 53.0 2001 94
TOCCOA, GA 51.0 51.0 1910 105
SILOAM 3 N, GA 56.0 56.0 2003 46
MAUNA LOA SLOPE OBS 39, HI 48.0 48.0 1976 49
NORMAL 4NE, IL 45.0 45.0 1988 31
PERU, IL 46.0 46.0 1988 45
COLUMBIA CITY, IN 39.0 41.0 1968 44
PORTLAND 1 SW, IN 41.0 43.0 1976 30
BLUFFTON 1 N, IN 42.0 44.0 1980 36
NEW CASTLE 4 SSE, IN 42.0 42.0 1968 58
BAXTER, KY 44.0 49.0 1968 56
WEST LIBERTY 3NW, KY 45.0 46.0 1973 56
MT VERNON, KY 45.0 48.0 1980 49
JAMESTOWN WWTP, KY 47.0 48.0 1976 31
MONTICELLO 3 NE, KY 47.0 47.0 1980 52
PAINTSVILLE 1 E, KY 47.0 51.0 2003 30
BRADFORDSVILLE, KY 48.0 48.0 1968 44
BARBOURVILLE, KY 48.0 50.0 1953 54
FROSTBURG 2, MD 37.0 39.0 1976 36
SAVAGE RVR DAM, MD 39.0 41.0 1976 56
EMMITSBURG 2 SE, MD 48.0 48.0 1965 50
CUMBERLAND 2, MD 50.0 50.0 2002 32
IONIA 2 SSW, MI 39.0 42.0 1988 69
LAPEER WWTP, MI 40.0 41.0 2006 56
GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MI 44.0 44.0 2006 57
SHELBINA, MO 48.0 48.0 1980 62
WELDON SPRING NWS, MO 50.0 50.0 1976 42
PORTAGEVILLE, MO 50.0 50.0 1976 41
RIPLEY, MS 50.0 54.0 1968 66
INDEPENDENCE 1 W, MS 51.0 52.0 1976 50
IUKA, MS 51.0 57.0 1997 30
PONTOTOC EXP STN, MS 51.0 54.0 1968 55
HICKORY FLAT, MS 52.0 52.0 1980 51
WINONA 5 E, MS 52.0 54.0 1997 54
HOLLY SPRINGS 4 N, MS 52.0 54.0 1976 46
EUPORA 2 E, MS 53.0 55.0 1976 76
GRENADA 5 NNE, MS 53.0 56.0 1997 53
CALHOUN CITY, MS 53.0 59.0 1980 52
BELZONI, MS 55.0 57.0 1976 76
NORTH WILKESBORO, NC 48.0 52.0 1976 53
YADKINVILLE 6 E, NC 48.0 51.0 2003 50
STATESVILLE 2 NNE, NC 50.0 52.0 2003 101
ALBEMARLE, NC 53.0 55.0 2003 96
CLAYTON WTP, NC 55.0 55.0 2001 47
LEWISTON, NC 55.0 56.0 2005 52
ELIZABETHTOWN 3 SW, NC 56.0 60.0 2005 47
CAPE HATTERAS MITCHELL, NC (KHSE) 56.0 56.0 1976 51
FLEMINGTON 5 NNW, NJ 42.0 45.0 1976 110
NEW BRUNSWICK 3 SE, NJ 43.0 44.0 1976 40
DELHI 2 SE, NY 33.0 35.0 1952 75
BINGHAMTON WSO AP, NY (KBGM) 33.0 33.0 1952 60
WARSAW 6 SW, NY 35.0 35.0 1965 53
BAINBRIDGE 2 E, NY 35.0 39.0 1939 56
NORWICH, NY 36.0 37.0 1925 99
WATERTOWN AP, NY (KART) 37.0 39.0 1962 59
ELMIRA, NY 38.0 38.0 1928 112
PORT JERVIS, NY 40.0 40.0 1952 113
YORKTOWN HTS 1 W, NY 40.0 43.0 1976 43
WEST POINT, NY 42.0 42.0 1952 108
CADIZ, OH 39.0 41.0 1910 102
COSHOCTON AG RSCH STN, OH 40.0 42.0 1980 51
STEUBENVILLE, OH 40.0 41.0 1952 66
NEWARK WTR WKS, OH 42.0 42.0 1952 73
HANNIBAL L&D, OH 42.0 43.0 1976 33
NAPOLEON, OH 42.0 46.0 1980 39
NEW LEXINGTON 2 NW, OH 43.0 43.0 1952 66
WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, OH 44.0 45.0 1968 81
BRADFORD RGNL AP, PA (KBFD) 31.0 35.0 2002 51
PLEASANT MT 1 W, PA 33.0 35.0 1959 55
DUBOIS FAA AP, PA (KDUJ) 34.0 38.0 1968 41
FRANCIS E WALTER DAM, PA 35.0 39.0 1976 41
WELLSBORO 4 SW, PA 36.0 37.0 1980 74
HAWLEY 1 E, PA 36.0 44.0 1997 82
CHALK HILL 2 ENE, PA 37.0 43.0 1990 31
MATAMORAS, PA 37.0 45.0 1965 42
TOWANDA 1 S, PA 38.0 39.0 1925 114
CONFLUENCE 1 SW DAM, PA 39.0 40.0 1957 62
TIONESTA 2 SE LAKE, PA 40.0 40.0 2001 65
WAYNESBURG 1 E, PA 41.0 44.0 1976 47
STEVENSON DAM, PA 42.0 43.0 2001 39
HAMBURG, PA 43.0 43.0 1907 67
WEST CHESTER 2 NW, PA 44.0 44.0 1976 103
LEWISTOWN, PA 46.0 47.0 1997 66
LONG CREEK, SC 49.0 52.0 1952 54
CHESTER 1 NW, SC 51.0 52.0 1959 76
PICKENS, SC 52.0 54.0 1952 57
SUMTER, SC 54.0 58.0 2001 81
CALHOUN FALLS, SC 54.0 55.0 1925 90
MANNING, SC 56.0 58.0 2001 35
BAMBERG, SC 56.0 57.0 1959 56
ANDREWS, SC 58.0 58.0 2001 37
ALLARDT, TN 43.0 44.0 1968 78
MONTEAGLE, TN 44.0 45.0 1952 68
TAZEWELL, TN 46.0 50.0 1976 42
LIVINGSTON RADIO WLIV, TN 48.0 50.0 1973 43
NEAPOLIS EXP STN, TN 49.0 52.0 1976 31
PORTLAND SEWAGE PLT, TN 50.0 51.0 1976 52
COVINGTON 3 SW, TN 50.0 51.0 1976 109
LINDEN WTP, TN 50.0 53.0 1976 45
SMITHVILLE 2 SE, TN 51.0 54.0 1976 36
SELMER, TN 51.0 54.0 1976 50
PULASKI WWTP, TN 51.0 57.0 2001 50
LEXINGTON, TN 51.0 51.0 1968 41
RIPLEY, TN 51.0 53.0 2002 43
MARTIN U OF T BRANCH E, TN 52.0 52.0 1976 72
CHEATHAM L&D, TN 52.0 54.0 1976 35
BROWNSVILLE, TN 52.0 52.0 1973 101
ATHENS, TN 52.0 52.0 1976 46
WYTHEVILLE 1 S, VA 39.0 41.0 1893 86
ABINGDON 3 S, VA 40.0 52.0 2006 36
BLACKSBURG NWSO, VA 40.0 46.0 1976 54
PULASKI 2 E, VA 40.0 43.0 1968 53
SALTVILLE 1N, VA 40.0 50.0 1968 49
GRUNDY, VA 42.0 47.0 1968 44
STAFFORDSVILLE 3 ENE, VA 42.0 48.0 2001 37
LURAY 5 E, VA 46.0 46.0 1976 66
STERLING RCS, VA 50.0 51.0 2002 31
WEST ALLIS, WI 43.0 44.0 1954 46
SNOWSHOE, WV 24.0 29.0 2005 31
TERRA ALTA #1, WV 31.0 40.0 1967 43
BELINGTON, WV 35.0 41.0 1976 41
ROWLESBURG 1, WV 36.0 40.0 1976 66
SUMMERSVILLE LAKE, WV 37.0 43.0 1976 41
BUCKEYE, WV 37.0 42.0 1968 46
FAIRMONT, WV 39.0 43.0 1952 102
ELKINS RANDOLPH CY AP, WV (KEKN) 39.0 39.0 1952 82
WESTON, WV 39.0 39.0 1925 106
CLARKSBURG 1, WV 39.0 44.0 1934 83
UPPER TRACT, WV 39.0 39.0 1910 38
OAK HILL, WV 40.0 45.0 1976 67
MORGANTOWN L&D, WV 40.0 42.0 1980 62
WEST UNION 2, WV 41.0 45.0 1976 35
MIDDLEBOURNE 3 ESE, WV 41.0 48.0 1980 66
GASSAWAY, WV 41.0 47.0 1952 54
PINEVILLE, WV 42.0 48.0 1976 62
GRANTSVILLE 1 ESE, WV 42.0 48.0 1976 43
BLUESTONE LAKE, WV 42.0 46.0 1976 65
DUNLOW 1 SW, WV 44.0 47.0 1997 36
RIPLEY, WV 44.0 44.0 1988 61
PARKERSBURG, WV 44.0 44.0 1952 82

Here are the 63 snowfall records:

Direct link to NOAA’s NCDC data for snowfall records

29 October 2008 Record
New (63)
Tied (0)
Previous
Record
Previous
Year
Period
of
Record
ASHFIELD, MA 1.5 in 0.0 in 2007 30
EAST BRIMFIELD LAKE, MA 0.1 in 0.0 in 2007 46
MC HENRY 2 NW, MD 9.0 in 2.0 in 2006 37
FROSTBURG 2, MD 3.4 in 0.7 in 2006 36
SANDUSKY, MI 0.5 in Trace 1925 99
MAPLE CITY 1E, MI 0.3 in Trace 1993 49
MARSHALL, NC 1.0 in 0.2 in 1910 109
GRANDFATHER MTN, NC 0.5 in Trace 1973 53
MT WASHINGTON, NH (KMWN) 10.1 in 9.5 in 2000 60
POTTERSVILLE 2 NNW, NJ 2.0 in 0.0 in 2007 40
NEW BRUNSWICK 3 SE, NJ 1.5 in 0.0 in 2007 40
FLEMINGTON 5 NNW, NJ 1.0 in 0.8 in 1965 110
HOOKER 12 NNW, NY 19.0 in 3.5 in 1968 97
STILLWATER RSVR, NY 13.0 in 2.0 in 1990 83
TUPPER LAKE SUNMOUNT, NY 13.0 in 2.0 in 1934 109
LOWVILLE, NY 9.0 in 3.0 in 1893 116
PISECO, NY 8.0 in 1.0 in 2006 65
HIGHMARKET, NY 5.2 in 3.0 in 1965 84
NEWCOMB, NY 4.8 in 1.0 in 1965 49
CANTON 4 SE, NY 4.5 in 1.5 in 1962 115
INDIAN LAKE 2SW, NY 3.0 in 1.5 in 2006 109
ROCK HILL 3 SW, NY 2.3 in 0.0 in 2007 45
FRIENDSHIP 7 SW, NY 2.0 in 1.3 in 2006 39
LOCKE 2 W, NY 2.0 in 0.0 in 2007 76
BINGHAMTON WSO AP, NY (KBGM) 0.6 in 0.4 in 1952 60
JAMESTOWN 4 ENE, NY 0.5 in 0.0 in 2007 48
YOUNGSTOWN WSO AP, OH (KYNG) 1.6 in 0.6 in 1952 74
CLEVELAND WSFO AP, OH (KCLE) 0.3 in Trace 2003 60
RIDGWAY, PA 6.0 in Trace 1987 115
MEYERSDALE 2 SSW, PA 3.0 in Trace 2006 45
DUNLO, PA 3.0 in 0.5 in 2006 60
SOMERSET, PA 2.8 in 1.4 in 2006 59
MAHANOY CITY 2 N, PA 2.1 in 0.0 in 2007 36
EBENSBURG SEWAGE PLT, PA 2.0 in 1.0 in 1965 44
KANE 1NNE, PA 2.0 in 1.0 in 1965 114
CONFLUENCE 1 SW DAM, PA 2.0 in Trace 1965 62
MERCER, PA 2.0 in Trace 1990 58
GLEN HAZEL 2 NE DAM, PA 2.0 in 1.5 in 2006 66
CHALK HILL 2 ENE, PA 1.2 in Trace 1987 31
BOSWELL, PA 1.0 in Trace 1965 48
PORT ALLEGANY, PA 1.0 in 0.5 in 2006 60
TIONESTA 2 SE LAKE, PA 0.8 in 0.5 in 1965 87
SLIPPERY ROCK 1 SSW, PA 0.7 in Trace 2006 59
FRANCIS E WALTER DAM, PA 0.7 in Trace 1990 45
PITTSBURGH WSCOM 2 AP, PA (KPIT) 0.6 in 0.4 in 1952 63
BUFFALO MILLS, PA 0.3 in Trace 1965 84
MATAMORAS, PA 0.3 in 0.0 in 2007 104
MT MANSFIELD, VT 12.0 in 4.0 in 2006 53
ROCHESTER, VT 2.5 in 1.0 in 2000 79
MORRISVILLE 4 SSW, VT 1.4 in Trace 2007 46
ESSEX JUNCTION 1 N, VT 1.2 in Trace 2000 36
NEWPORT, VT 1.2 in 1.1 in 2000 78
ST ALBANS RADIO, VT 1.0 in 0.3 in 1992 30
CORINTH, VT 1.0 in 0.0 in 2007 60
SNOWSHOE, WV 8.0 in 1.0 in 1995 33
BAYARD, WV 5.5 in 1.5 in 1952 106
TERRA ALTA #1, WV 5.0 in 1.5 in 2006 60
GLADY 1 N, WV 4.4 in Trace 2005 35
VALLEY HEAD, WV 3.2 in 2.0 in 1952 70
BELINGTON, WV 1.6 in Trace 1968 70
BARTOW 1 S, WV 0.5 in 0.1 in 2006 64
ROCK CAVE 2 NE, WV 0.5 in 0.0 in 2007 55
SUTTON LAKE, WV 0.1 in 0.0 in 2007 91

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