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 25 January 1821 → People were able to walk across the frozen Hudson River between Hoboken and New York City. Entrepreneurs sold coffee on the river to warm pedestrians.
 25 January 1956 → About twelve inches of rain fell in an hour at Kilauea, HI. The observer noted, however, that his gauge overflowed several times during the heavy rain (which continued into the following day) and the true total amount may have been even higher.
 25 January 2003 → Three youths at a detention center in the Annapolis Valley, in Nova Scotia, took advantage of record breaking snowfall to escape. A snowbank high enough to climb over a fence in the yard was constructed and then used to escape. One of the three youths was arrested minutes after he escaped. The cold temperatures forced the remaining youths to turn themselves in.
 25 January 2004 → Tornadoes are unusual in Hawaii, but on this date a severe thunderstorm produced a small tornado on Oahu just 7 miles from downtown Honolulu.

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April 10, 1965:

Severe Thunderstorms in the afternoon and early evening resulted in severe hail reports throughout much of Clark County. Hail up to 2.00 inches in diameter was recorded 30 miles northeast of Huron around 2:40 PM. About 6:30PM, hail 0.75 inches in diameter fell near Garden City on a flock of wild geese in flight, killing 25 of them.

April 10, 1969:

The Elm River in Westport was the highest of all time at 22.11 feet, which is 8.11 feet above flood stage.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 88 (1977) Aberdeen: 16 (1997)
Kennebec: 90 (1996) Kennebec: 10 (1973)
Mobridge: 86 (1996) Mobridge: 15 (2012)
Pierre: 94 (1996) Pierre: 8 (1997)
Sisseton: 91 (1977) Sisseton: 7 (1979)
Timber Lake: 86 (1996) Timber Lake: 13 (1997)
Watertown: 84 (1977) Watertown: 14 (1997)
Wheaton: 89 (1977) Wheaton: 14 (2007)

Record Precipitation: Record Snowfall:
Aberdeen: 1.07" (1945) Aberdeen: 4.5" (2007)
Kennebec: 1.17" (1935) Kennebec: 7.0" (1950)
Mobridge: 0.79" (1935) Mobridge: 2.2" (1959)
Pierre: 1.43" (1999) Pierre: 4.7" (2013)
Sisseton: 0.92" (1947) Sisseton: 7.0" (1993)
Timber Lake: 0.76" (1963) Timber Lake: 2.0" (1950)
Watertown: 0.97" (1947) Watertown: 10.0" (2008)
Wheaton: 1.00" (1947) Wheaton: 3.0" (1992)


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