• Weekend Cooldown Arrives Across the Northeast

    October 10, 2015; 7:17 AM ET

    After a period of above-average temperatures across the Northeast for much of this week, a return to more fall-like conditions will be in store this weekend.

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This Day In Weather History

Key West, FL (1846)
(Oct. 10 & 11) Havana-Key West-Atlantic Coast hurricane. In Havana, pressure was 27.06"/916.4 mb. Key West almost destroyed. Fort Taylor, "mass of ruins," 5' of water in city.

New England (1925)
Widespread early snow in New England -- 24" northern VT and NH -- highways blocked on weekend-- football played in deep snow.

East (1979)
Early season snowfall dropped up to 12" on Webster County, WV; 9" at Staunton, VA; 1" at Dulles Airport, 0.3" in Washington, DC and 2.1" at Philadelphia. Whitened the ground throughout MD, Northern VA, Eastern WV, Eastern PA, NJ, NY and S. New England. Philadelphia broke 84 year low temperature record in mid-afternoon. Snow as far south as Richmond, VA (earliest on record). World Series Game in Baltimore postponed.

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