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Weather History - July 13th

Local and Regional Events:

July 13, 1964:

Early morning low temperatures dropped into the lower to mid-30s across the northern half of the state. Some low temperatures include 32 degrees at Castlewood, 33 in Andover and 4 miles NW of Onida.


U.S.A and Global Events for July 13th:

1895: A tornado that began in Cherry Hill, New Jersey made its way to Woodhaven and Long Island in New York. 


1951: Rivers across eastern Kansas crest well above flood stage, causing the most significant destruction from flooding in the Midwestern United States at that time. Five-hundred-thousand people were left homeless, and 24 people died in the disaster. Click HERE for more information from the History Channel. Click HERE for additional photos from the United States Geological Survey.


Click HERE for more This Day in Weather History from the Southeast Regional Climate Center.