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 30 September 1971 → Known as the Grande Dame of Hurricanes, Hurricane Ginger was the longest lasting Atlantic hurricane of the 20th Century. She began her 27 day journey east of the Bahamas, went out to the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, then turned around and came back to the west. The storm struck the North Carolina coast on this date, bringing 10 inches of rain and $10 million in damage.
 30 September 1987 → South Bend, IN received a thunder snowstorm.

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July 10, 1998:

Flash flooding occurred from Keldron and areas south, during the late afternoon and evening as result of up seven inches of rain that had fallen from slow moving thunderstorms. Willow creek and several small tributaries went out of their banks causing the inundation of low areas and county roads. Many county roads were damaged with one farmer losing several pigs and cows as a result of the flooding.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 114 (1936) Aberdeen: 42 (1945)
Kennebec: 113 (1936) Kennebec: 42 (1945)
Mobridge: 112 (1936) Mobridge: 42 (1945)
Pierre: 113 (1966) Pierre: 46 (1945)
Sisseton: 112 (1936) Sisseton: 46 (1945)
Timber Lake: 115 (1936) Timber Lake: 43 (1945)
Watertown: 108 (1966) Watertown: 43 (1945)
Wheaton: 103 (1966) Wheaton: 47 (1975)

Record Precipitation:
Aberdeen: 1.40" (1993)
Kennebec: 2.05" (1923)
Mobridge: 0.82" (1993)
Pierre: 1.65" (1964)
Sisseton: 1.70" (1935)
Timber Lake: 2.14" (1944)
Watertown: 1.78" (1977)
Wheaton: 2.00" (1967)


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