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Today In weather History

Today In Weather History

Weather happens around the World. We all know that. Each and every day there is an event that makes weather history. Whether it be a significant thunderstorm or an intense heat wave or cold snap. It doesn't matter what type of weather it is. If it's extreme enough, it can become infamous. Around the Country these weather events happen. Here's a list of some of the weather event that made history today:

For Thursday, July 9, 2015
1860 - A hot blast of air in the middle of a sweltering summer pushed the mercury up to 115 degrees at Fort Scott and Lawrence, KS. (David Ludlum) 
1882 - Ice formed on the streets of Cheyenne, WY, during a rare summer freeze. (David Ludlum)
1936 - The temperature hit an all-time record high of 106 degrees at the Central Park Observatory in New York City, a record which lasted until LaGuardia                 Airport hit 107 degrees on July 3rd in 1966. (The Weather Channel)
1968 - Columbus, MS received 15.68 inches of rain in 24 hours to establish a record for the state. (The Weather Channel)
1987 - Thunderstorms produced severe weather in Michigan. A tornado near Munising, MI, destroyed part of a commercial dog kennel, and one of the missing           dogs was later found unharmed in a tree top half a mile away. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)
1988 - Twenty-three cities in the eastern U.S. reported record high temperatures for the date. Alpena, MI, and Buffalo, NY, suffered through their sixth straight           day of record heat. The percentage of total area in the country in the grips of severe to extreme drought reached 43 percent, the fourth highest total of           record. The record of 61 percent occurred during the summer of 1934. (The National Weather Summary)
1989 - Morning thunderstorms produced very heavy rain in southern Lower Michigan and northern Indiana. Up to 5.6 inches of rain was reported in Berrien                 County, MI. Sioux Falls SD reported a record high of 108 degrees. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data)
Luckily for today, we're not expecting any major weather phenomena to occur that will make weather history in our area. Just some hot and humid conditions that will remain in the forecast until early next week thanks to a big Bermuda High Pressure system sitting overhead. This is allowing the warm and humid are to funnel in but also keeping us dry and sunny. 
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