RT @NWS_BaltWash: A record cold high temperature of 37 degrees was set @Dulles_Airport today. The old record was 38 set in 1996. Records at Dulles go back to 1960.



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RT @NWSMoreheadCity: *Strong Coastal Storm This Weekend* Significant to potentially life threatening coastal flooding impacts are possible, both from ocean overwash and sound-side flooding. Please continue to monitor the situation. More details here: https://t.co/CAZ6pXICRr https://t.co/ChKwSyzFCA



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RT @NWS: Spectacular view from one of our @NOAASatellites this morning showing the effect of winds blowing cold air from the U.S. landmass to the Atlantic Ocean. The air picks up moisture while over the open water – eventually producing the numerous bands of clouds you see over the ocean. https://t.co/HwHyDzWd9S



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RT @islivingston: Nice bay effect streamers this morning thanks to early-season cold air passing over warm water. Can also see snow on the ground from yesterday in parts of southeast VA. https://t.co/V2wPWpLRBA



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RT @ABC7Alex: The temperature dropped to 19 degrees at @Dulles_Airport this morning, breaking the record of 21 in 1963. https://t.co/nAJ8T5uTJH https://t.co/tRTR7XykBH



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RT @NWSPaducah: You lived through a bit of history today. High temps had never been this cold so early in the season on record. Even in Evansville, where records date back to 1897, they had never observed a high temp below 28 before Nov 12. https://t.co/QyLtaD73kz



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RT @MelissaNordWx: 20 – 30 degrees colder than this time yesterday in the metro… up to 45 degrees colder than 24 hours ago in the mountains! #wusa9weather @wusa9 @hbwx @TenaciousTopper @MiriWeather https://t.co/ERvd6SdNSQ



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RT @weatherchannel: Does a cold November mean a cold #winter is ahead? According to research by @Climatologist49, the answer is yes: https://t.co/uNsQtGpt9j https://t.co/MpmhjmVBlt



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RT @capitalweather: 30 percent of Lower 48 with snow cover today… 2nd most on Nov. 12 since NOAA has monitored this starting in 2003. More info: https://t.co/NYEKAmrDNy https://t.co/BrJVCBd5Su



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