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 25 April 1898 → The temperature at Volcano Springs, CA rose to 118 degrees. This is the record for the highest temperature in April in the U.S.
 25 April 1910 → Atlanta, GA was blanketed with 1.5 inches of snow while seeing their latest freeze ever with a morning low of 32 degrees. The high of just 39 degrees was only their second daily high colder than 40 degrees in April.
 25 April 1929 → A half-mile wide F4 tornado swept homes away in southeast Georgia. Forty people were killed near Statesboro.

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August 15, 1886:

A tornado moved northeast from 5 miles southwest of Newark in Marshall County, through town and into North Dakota. Only three buildings were reportedly undamaged at Newark, and a bartender at a saloon was killed. Three people died in two homes on adjoining farms 2 miles southwest of town. A saddle from a Newark stable was carried for a half mile. In North Dakota, homes and barns was damaged along the Wild River. This tornado was estimated as an F3.

August 15, 1987:

On this day the largest hail stone was reported in Brown County. The size of the hail stone as 4.5 inches in diameter, and fell on the southwest corner of Warner. This storm also produced F1 tornado that touchdown about 2 miles southwest of Warner. An estimated wind gust of 60 mph was also reported about 2 miles NNW of Stratford.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 111 (1937) Aberdeen: 42 (1895)
Kennebec: 114 (1937) Kennebec: 46 (1994)
Mobridge: 106 (1988) Mobridge: 46 (1942)
Pierre: 114 (1988) Pierre: 52 (2005)
Sisseton: 106 (1937) Sisseton: 39 (1979)
Timber Lake: 107 (1988) Timber Lake: 46 (1970)
Watertown: 102 (1937) Watertown: 44 (1929)
Wheaton: 101 (1922) Wheaton: 42 (1929)

Record Precipitation:
Aberdeen: 1.04" (1967)
Kennebec: 1.83" (1944)
Mobridge: 1.55" (1978)
Pierre: 1.64" (2009)
Sisseton: 2.75" (2011)
Timber Lake: 2.55" (1978)
Watertown: 1.71" (1951)
Wheaton: 1.38" (1940)


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