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Center accessdate January 1, 2007 url http: www4.ncdc.noaa.gov cgi-win wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~281585 Further north in South Carolina and Virginia, Danny spawned several tornadoes; some of them caused significant damage. ref>

. The Panama City area had some minor fresh water flooding. By the time Danny reached Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)) and the Carolinas, its impact potential had weakened, though it still managed

.ncdc.noaa.gov cgi-win wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~307724 Several tornadoes and waterspouts were spawned over Virginia; most of them occurred in Norfolk (Norfolk, Virginia), Portsmouth (Portsmouth, Virginia), and Hampton (Hampton, Virginia). ref>


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Weather Service-Flagstaff, AZ date unknown title Damage From a Dust Devil at the Coconino County Fairgrounds - September 14, 2000 url http: www.wrh.noaa.gov fgz past cocodust coco_fair.php?wfo fgz accessdate 2007-10-05 On May 19, 2003, a dust devil lifted the roof off a two-story building in Lebanon, Maine, causing it to collapse and kill a man inside. NCDC: Event Details '' National

) in damage and one injury. Losses were more significant from the twister in Coffee County (Coffee County, Georgia), reaching $250,000 (1972 USD).

?wwevent~ShowEvent~23045 title Event Record Details: Tornado publisher National Climatic Data Center accessdate January 8, 2012 One mobile home in Georgia suffered significant damage, though it is unknown if this was related to the tornadoes. Though the damage from both tornadoes combined was about $275,000 (1972 USD), the National Hurricane Center notes only $205,000


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Administration North and south of this are regions of descending air that form subtropical ridges where precipitation is low; Dr. Owen E. Thompson (1996). Hadley Circulation Cell. Channel Video Productions. Retrieved on 2007-02-11. the land surface underneath is usually arid, which forms most of the Earth's deserts. ThinkQuest team 26634 (1999). The Formation of Deserts. Oracle ThinkQuest Education Foundation. Retrieved on 2009-02-16. An exception to this rule is in Hawaii, where upslope flow due to the trade winds lead to one of the wettest locations on Earth.


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National Climatic Data Center url http: www4.ncdc.noaa.gov cgi-win wwcgi.dll?wwevent~ShowEvent~194933 accessdate December 22, 2010 year 1993 publisher National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with hurricane-force (Wind#Wind_force_scale) wind gusts and record low barometric pressures. Between Louisiana and Cuba, hurricane-force winds produced high storm surges across northwestern Florida, which along with scattered tornadoes killed dozens of people

. Record cold temperatures were seen across portions of the South and East in the wake of this storm. In the United States, the storm was responsible for the loss of electric power (electricity) to over 10 million customers. It is purported to have been directly experienced by nearly 40 percent of the country's population at that time. A total of 310 people, including 10 from Cuba, perished during this storm. The weight


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web url http: lwf.ncdc.noaa.gov oa pub data special maxtemps.pdf title Record Highest Temperatures by State format PDF publisher National Climatic Data Center date January 1, 2004 accessdate January 11, 2007


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research tornado small avgt5304.gif NOAA National Climatic Data Center . Retrieved October 25, 2006. Severe thunderstorms sometimes drop very large Hail over Kansas as well as bringing flash flooding and damaging straight line winds. What causes heavy lake-effect snow is when cold air travels or longer over a large unfrozen lake. Lake-effect snow makes Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) and Erie (Erie, Pennsylvania) the eleventh

blows from Lake Erie across eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. That wind carries moist air from the lake, producing clouds and heavy snow squalls. Erie is 6th on the list of snowiest places in the United States, averaging .

1971 - 2000 url http: www.ncdc.noaa.gov DLYNRMS dnrm?coopid 214106 accessdate 2007-05-03 This cold weather is accompanied with snowfall amounts averaging around On the large scale, the highest precipitation amounts outside topography fall in the tropics


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) in damage and one injury. Losses were more significant from the twister in Coffee County (Coffee County, Georgia), reaching $250,000 (1972 USD).

?wwevent~ShowEvent~23045 title Event Record Details: Tornado publisher National Climatic Data Center accessdate January 8, 2012 One mobile home in Georgia suffered significant damage, though it is unknown if this was related to the tornadoes. Though the damage from both tornadoes combined was about $275,000 (1972 USD), the National Hurricane Center notes only $205,000

Weather Service title Hurricane Danny damage reports work USA Today date June 11, 1999 Danny also dropped torrential amounts of rain in Louisiana, peaking at


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year snow days 16.8 source 1 National Climatic Data Center; The Weather Channel date June 2011 Due to its position between the Great Lakes and the windward side of the Allegheny Mountains, Brentwood, along with the rest of the region, receives plentiful precipitation which supports lush vegetation. Also, because it is on the windward side of the mountains, it is often cloudy, having 203 cloudy days per year. Cloudiness - Mean Number of Days. Comparative Climate Data, ''National Climatic Data Center''. 2002. Last accessed January 11, 2007. The winter


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City Tornado that moved directly across downtown Salt Lake City on August 11, 1999, killing 1 person, injuring 60 others, and causing approximately $170 million in damage. ''Utah's Tornadoes and Waterspouts – 1847 to the Present'', the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Retrieved March 20, 2008. The only other reported tornado fatality in Utah's history was a 7-year old girl who was killed while

camping in Summit County (Summit County, Utah) on July 6, 1884. The last tornado of above (E)F0 intensity occurred on September 8, 2002, when an F2 tornado hit Manti (Manti, Utah). On August 11, 1993, an F3 tornado hit the Uinta Mountains north of Duchesne (Duchesne, Utah) at an elevation of , causing some damage to a Boy Scouts (Boy Scouts of America) campsite. This is the strongest tornado ever recorded in Utah. Image:Bratislava snowy.jpg 250px thumb right

Weather Service-Flagstaff, AZ date unknown title Damage From a Dust Devil at the Coconino County Fairgrounds - September 14, 2000 url http: www.wrh.noaa.gov fgz past cocodust coco_fair.php?wfo fgz accessdate 2007-10-05 On May 19, 2003, a dust devil lifted the roof off a two-story building in Lebanon, Maine, causing it to collapse and kill a man inside. NCDC: Event Details '' National


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National Climatic Data Center

The United States '''National Climatic Data Center''' ('''NCDC'''), previously known as the National Weather Records Center (NWRC), in Asheville, North Carolina is the world's largest active archive of weather data. Starting as a tabulation unit in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1934, the climate records were transferred to Asheville in 1951, becoming named the National Weather Records Center (NWRC). It was later renamed the National Climatic Data Center, with relocation occurring in 1993.

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