A very active weekend in weather. Tropical Storm Flossie continued to push towards Hawaii. The area to the northeast of Puerto Rico was put back under an invest area. Severe weather included two tornadoes on Friday – one in Missouri and another in Louisiana. Friday’s largest hail was 2 inches located in Wyoming, while the strongest winds were in New Mexico with wind gusts of 70-90mph. On Saturday the cold weather pushed into the Northern Plains with some places hitting record lows from the Dakotas to Minnesota. Severe weather found a wind gust of 76mph in Florida and also large hail at 1.25 inches in Kansas. Sunday saw another round of record cold along with frost warnings for Northern Minnesota. Severe weather for the day included a 70mph wind gust in North Carolina and 1.0 inch hail in Nevada.
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