7/2 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ... At 6:20 a.m., this station tied the record low of 46 degrees which was established in 1982.
7/2 - Toledo 5NE (Lucas County) ... The low of 45 degrees this morning was the coldest temperature I have ever recorded in July since I began keeping records in 1985. The previous all time low for July was 46 in 1988.
7/2 - Wooster 7N (Wayne County) ... Established a new record low of 44 degrees @ 6:23am breaking the previous low of 53 on this date in 1995.
7/2 - Streetsboro 2N (Portage County) ... This station recorded the lowest July reading for the five years of record here. It fell to 43.3 degrees F at 6:25am.
7/3 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ... At 5:18 a.m., established a record low temperature of 47 degrees. This broke the previous reading of 53 set in 1996.
Posted by the National Weather Service
7/4 - 0640 PM HOYTVILLE (Wood County) . MPH TSTM WIND GUST . TREE DOWN AND POWER LINE DOWN.
7/4 - 0703 PM FINDLAY 2N (Hancock County). .75 INCH HAIL
7/4 - 0705 PM FINDLAY (Hancock County) . 1.00 INCH HAIL
7/6 - Toledo 5NE (Lucas County) ... A record low temperature this morning of 46 was recorded @ 617 am. That broke the previous record of 52 in 1992.
7/10 - Wooster 7N (Wayne County) ... Several downed trees some of which blocked some roads, power outages to several hundred customers and transformer fires were all because of high winds and lightning from a strong thunderstorm that moved through about 3pm Tuesday. Most of the damage and the strongest part of the storm occured about 3-5 miles south of my station location. My highest wind gust from the storm was 37mph. A medical clinic in town had to be evacuated because of an electrical short caused by lightning that sent smoke throughout the facility.
7/12 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ... Morning low of 51 at 5:00 a.m. broke the record low of 52 set in 1998.
7/13 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ... Morning low of 50 at 5:41 a.m. broke the record low of 54 set in 1998 & 1999.
7/14 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ... Morning low of 50 at 6:35 a.m. broke the record low of 58 set in 2000.
7/15 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ...Morning low of 49 at 6:04 a.m. broke the record low of 56 set in 1989.
7/15 - Toledo 5NE (Lucas County) ... In the past 24 days (6/24 thru 7/15) there has only been measurable rainfall on 2 days for a total of 0.12 inch. In my area thru the end of june we were short 4.46 inches of rainfall. Year-todate rainfall so far in July is only .10.shortage of precip. for the year thru 7/15 and is now 5.80 inches. Most lawns are burnt up .
7/17 - Cincinnati 5NW (Hamilton County) ... Torrential training thunderstorms turned deadly in Cincinnati Tuesday , July 17, as up to 6 inches of rain fell on some parts of the area. Damage is already well into the millions of dollars and 3 people are dead in the wake of the storms. Strong thunderstorms developed in soupy air Tuesday afternoon and gradually built west across the area, training across some areas for hours. Residential streets became rivers four to six feet deep with vehicles being abandoned and in some cases swept away. An SUV became bouyant in a major Loveland intersection. 3 teens made it to safety but a fourth was swept away after exiting the vehicle. Searchers had not yet located her body Tuesday evening. To the south in Fairfax, Ohio, a residential street became a raging river. Gaping holes were punched in the foundations of four houses allowing flood waters to rush in. 12 residents barely made it out with their lives, but 2 were not so fortunate as a father went to the basement to check on his daughter and neither made it out alive. Major streets and intersections were under water in Sharonville with severe damage to a number of businesses. An entire fleet of new trucks was submerged at one business with estimated losses of $3.5 million to that business alone. State Farm insurance was already reporting 1200 claims by late Wednesday. Significant wind damage compounded flood damage east of Loveland with many dozens of trees damaged or destroyed over a wide area. Rainfall measured 2.64 here at Cincinnati 5NW and 2.89 at the NWS in Hebron, Kentucky, but Doplar radar estimated 4 to 6 inch amounts in parts of Hamilton, Warren, Butler, Clermont, and Brown counties. 13 bridges remained closed for structural inspection in Clermont county. All 3 major Ohio River tributaries reached or exceeded flood stage in only a few hours with significant flooding along most smaller tributaries.
7/22 - Ravenna 1E (Portage County) ... At around 7:15pm Sunday evening, a thunderstorm developed over Portage County, with lightning and thunder and dumping .21" of well deserved rain in about 1 hour. As of today, Ravenna 1E is about 3.00" below normal rainfall.
7/22 - Kent 2E (Portage County) ... I had 1.54 inches of rain in a thunderstorm Sunday evening roughly 7-9 PM. Power was out 3 hours.
7/23 - Newcomerstown 1S (Tuscarawas County) ... The high temperature of 93 at 3:36 p.m. today is the highest since August 17th, 1999 when the high hit 93 degrees.
7/23 - Lodi 3S (Wayne County) ... Had a high temperature today of 98.1 degrees at 5:50 PM! Yesterday, Sunday (July 22nd) I had a high of 96.1 degrees. Extremely dry with only 0.67 inch precipitation for the month thus far.
7/23 - Kent 2E (Portage County) ... My high Monday of 91 and low Tuesday of 72 were the warmest max and min since the last days of July 1999.
7/24 - Munroe Falls 1SW (Summit County) ... Today's high reached 96 degrees after a morning low of 72. This was after reaching 95 degrees Monday (7/23). Today's high appears to be the hottest here since July 1999 when 96 was also recorded.
7/24 - Lodi 3S (Wayne County) ... Another day in the oven! 6 PM temperature 95.8 degrees which is also the maximum temperature for the day. Only a few turkey towers observed in the sky over Harrisville Township.
7/24 - Wooster 7N (Wayne County) ... Had a high of 93 @3:26 pm (Tuesday). This was the highest temperature since August 1, 1999 and the sixth 90+ temperature so far this year. No 90-degree temperatures were recorded during the year 2000.
7/29 - Rockbridge 4W (Hocking County) ... Total rainfall at my station from midnight through 10:00 A.M. on Sunday, July 29 was 2.23". My station is located four miles west of Rock bridge in northwest Hocking County.
7/29 - Springfield 2N (Clark County) ... Rainfall from this Sunday's heavy thunderstorms ended around 11:30 A.M. Rainfall for the date since 5:30 A.M. totaled 3.39 inches. A rain shower between 11:30 P.M. and midnight Saturday totaled an additional 0.05 inchfor a 12-hour total of 3.44 inches. According to records since 1954, this makes today's total the fifth highest . This brings the month total to date here in Springfield to 8.02 inches which is the second highest July total next to 8.37 inches recorded in 1990.
7/29 - Toledo 5NE (Lucas County) ... severe thunderstorms moving thru southeast Michigan prompted a severe thundersorm warning for Lucas County from 9:30 pm to 10:30 pm. Very heavy rain and winds gusting to 40 mph moved in. Lighting was very intense and continous. From 9:30 pm to 10:00 pm I recorded 0.85 inch. This brought my monthly rainfall to 1.78 which is still -1.32 below normal. Precipitation for the year to date is 14.93 inches which is - 5.78 below normal.
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