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Welcome to the July, 2004 issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter

Words From Jerry
Welcome fellow Weatherfun members to the July issue of the Weatherfun newsletter.

Yes, July is finally here, and you know what that means. Yes, the hurricane season is here, but more importantly the Third Weatherfun Reunion is just a few weeks away.

Yes, the Third Weatherfun Reunion will be held July 15th to July 18th. Some of you will be coming up a few days early so that we can go aboard the Bay Queen and visit the Tall Ships. We have a full list of weather events, family events, good food, and above all good friendship at this years reunion.

I will be sending out a list of events shortly to let you know what they are, and when they will take place.

Please remember that there is still time for you to attend this years reunion. We have plenty of rooms available at the special Weatherfun rate. If you are interested in attending please contact one of the moderators for further details.

We also hope to have some time at the grand finale cookout where we will be online and let you know what is going on at the reunion.

Why not make plans now to attend this years reunion?

See you at the reunion folks, and at next month's issue of the Weatherfun newsletter. Remember this is your newsletter. Please support and contribute to it.

June's Weather
  • 1st: Parts of Texas hit with heavy rain, hail, & damaging winds.
  • 4th: Texas and North Carolina hit with heavy rain, hail, damaging winds and some tornadoes. There was one death in North Carolina.
  • 6th: Storms from Eastern Texas to Florida dumped heavy rains causing flash flooding in many areas.
  • 7th: Record heat in the Plains.
  • 7th-9th: Heavy rains again in eastern Texas causing flash flooding.
  • 8th: Weak tornadoes in Florida.
  • 9th: Heavy rain and damaging winds from Michigan to New England. Eastern Colorado hit with severe storms with golf ball size hail & tornadoes.
  • 10th: Flooding rains from Wiscousin to Ohio, with tornadoes in Wisconsin & Iowa.
  • 12th: Heavy rains in Iowa & Kansas with damaging winds and some tornadoes. Heavy rains in Indiana. Northern Florida has strong storms with heavy rain.
  • 13th: More storms in Indiana & Ohio with flooding rains. Kansas hit again with severe storms. Parts of Texas had flooding rains.
  • 14th-15th: A tropical disturbance dumps heavy rain from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.
  • 15th: Storms in Colorado with heavy rain, hail and tornadoes.16th-17th: Very warm in the Northwest with some areas setting record Highs.
  • 19th: Severe weather in western Texas with several tornadoes.
  • 19th-20th: Record cold in several places in the Plains.
  • 20th: Severe storms in Colorado included hail and tornadoes.
  • 21st: Severe storms in parts of Texas with golfball size hail and a few tornadoes.
  • 21st-23rd: Record heat in parts of Oregon & Washington.
  • 22nd: Strong storms with flooding rains in eastern Texas and Louisiana.
  • 23rd-24th: Strong storms from Wisconsin through the Great Lakes. Tornadoes in Wisconsin resulted in one death.
  • 24th: Record heat in parts of Florida, while record cold in the Plains.
  • 25th: Heavy rain along the Gulf Coast from Texas to Alabama.
  • 25th-26th: More record Low temperatures in the Plains.
  • 26th-29th: More rain in parts of Texas causing flash flooding.
  • 28th: Flooding rains in parts of Colorado.


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There's strong reason to believe that the Rhode Island area may be hit with a snowstorm this month. Yes, in the middle of July there will be snow in Rhode Island. This will be due to a strong Jet Stream out of Maryland and Texas that will bring very cold air to the area combined with tropical air moving up from Florida. It will be a most unusual event. Things will improve later on Sunday, July 18th.

We hope that you enjoyed this month's Newsletter. See you next month, and be sure to visit the WEATHERFUN Website but most of all have fun with your weather.
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