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CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS- at 734 S Walnut St. Cameron,MO
Updated: @ 26-Nov-2014 11:19am  
Temperature Wind Rain Outlook

Clear Clear
Currently: 38.9, Max: 39.2, Min: 34.2 38.9°F
Warmer 0.5°F than last hour.

Cool

24-hr difference
6.3°FWarmer 6.3°F than yesterday at this time.
  High Low
Today: 39.2°F
11:07am
34.2°F
5:38am
Yesterday: 43.6°F
3:23pm
21.4°F
7:02am
  High Low
Monthly
Rec.:
68.2°F
11/5/14
13.9°F
11/17/14
Yearly
Rec.:
96.5°F
7/22/14
-9.0°F
2/6/14
Snow

12-13: 34.02 in.
13-14: 31.80 in.
Oct.: 0.00 in.
Nov.: 0.02 in.
Total: 0.02 in.
1 Snow Day in Nov.
1 Snow Day this season
 Wind from NW NW
7.0
Gust:
38.0 mph
2 Bft - Light breeze
Today:
38.0 mph 10:55am
Gust Month:
79.5 mph Nov 8
Rain Today: 0.00 in
Rain Rate (/hr): 0.0 in
Rain Yesterday: 0.00 in
This Month: 0.03 in
Yearly Total: 35.68 in
6 days since last rain.
Friday

Sunny
Sunny
Barometer Windchill Moon
Barometer: 29.99 inHg Rising 0.01  inHg/hr
Baro Trend: Steady
Baro 24
Hours Ago:
30.22 inHg
Barometer High: 30.02 inHg
Barometer Low: 29.94 inHg
Current: 33.8°F
Today’s Low: 28.8°F 5:15am
Yesterday: 17.1°F
24 Hrs ago: 32.6°F
Month Rec.: 4.1°F
11/17/14
Waxing Crescent
Waxing Crescent, Moon at 6 days in cycle
42%
Illuminated
Clouds
Humidity Almanac
Humidity: 82 % Increased 0.9% since last hour.
Dew Point: 33.7°F Increased 0.8°F since last hour.
Dew Point
High:
33.9°F
10:57am
Dew Point
Low:
21.3°F
12:00am
Sunrise: 7:16am
Sunset: 4:54pm
Moonrise: 12:10pm
Moonset: 11:42pm
 NWS Weather Forecast-Cameron,MO  - Outlook: Overnight & Friday
Overnight

Mostly Clear
Mostly
Clear

Lo 26 °F
NWS forecast: Mostly clear, with a low around 26. South southeast wind around 11 mph.
 
Friday

Sunny
Sunny

Hi 51 °F
NWS forecast: Sunny, with a high near 51. South southwest wind 7 to 11 mph.

November 28, 1987
Low pressure in the Middle Mississippi Valley produced a mixture of snow and sleet and freezing rain from the Central Plains to the Upper Mississippi Valley. Snowfall totals in Iowa ranged up to ten inches at Red Oak. Totals in Nebraska ranged up to 11 inches at Shickley. Freezing rain made roads treacherous in the Twin Cities area of southeastern Minnesota. Bitter cold arctic air invaded the Northern High Plains Region. Laramie WY was the cold spot in the nation with a morning low of 18 degrees below zero. (The National Weather Summary

November 28, 1960
A severe storm produced waves 20 to 40 feet high on Lake Superior. Duluth, MN, was buried under a foot of snow, and clocked wind gusts to 73 mph. The northern shore of Lake Superior was flooded, and property along the shore was battered. Thousands of cords of pulpwood were washed into Lake Superior, and up to three feet of water flooded the main street of Grand Marais. Thunder accompanied the nor'easter . (David Ludlum

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