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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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January 27, 1969:

Snowfall of 7 to 10 inches combined with winds of 15 to 30 mph caused widespread low visibilities along with more heavy drifting from the 27th to the 29th across Minnesota. Many roads were blocked or remained blocked. Many schools were closed with many accidents.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 53 (1934) Aberdeen: -34 (1915)
Kennebec: 65 (1989) Kennebec: -28 (1963)
Mobridge: 57 (1934) Mobridge: -35 (1915)
Pierre: 61 (1934) Pierre: -23 (1948)
Sisseton: 57 (1989) Sisseton: -24 (1902)
Timber Lake: 53 (1942) Timber Lake: -36 (1915)
Watertown: 55 (1989) Watertown: -29 (1915)
Wheaton: 49 (1989) Wheaton: -29 (1915)

Record Precipitation: Record Snowfall:
Aberdeen: 0.90" (1944) Aberdeen: 4.0" (1923)
Kennebec: 1.20" (1944) Kennebec: 4.0" (1944)
Mobridge: 0.49" (1944) Mobridge: 7.0" (1944)
Pierre: 0.95" (1944) Pierre: 2.5" (1944)
Sisseton: 0.62" (1944) Sisseton: 7.0" (1994)
Timber Lake: 0.90" (1944) Timber Lake: 8.0" (1944)
Watertown: 0.73" (1917) Watertown: 6.0" (1917)
Wheaton: 0.63" (1944) Wheaton: 4.5" (1951)


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