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 29 November 1803 → Christian Andreas Doppler, who identified the Doppler Effect, was born in Salzburg, Austria.
 29 November 1992 → The most intense tornado recorded in Australia was an F4 which occurred at Bucca, Queensland. Nine homes were extensively damaged or destroyed, but no one was seriously injured. Four inch hail was also associated with this storm.
 29 November 1998 → The morning low in Rochester, MN of 54 degrees was actually higher than the previous record high for the date. The temperature would reach 62 degrees during the day, smashing the old record of 53.

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June 7, 1901:

Leola reported a low of 24 degrees, the lowest temperature in the state for the entire month.

June 7, 1982:

A house in Sunshine Acres, north of Pierre was struck by lightning and the interior was completely destroyed by the ensuing fire. One person received minor buns. Over two inches of rain fell in Pierre causing Capital Lake to rise four feet. Water and mud flooded the State Maintenance Building.

June 7, 1993:

A large F3 tornado destroyed a farmstead 9 miles southwest of Tulare. The tornado twisted the house on its foundation, virtually destroying it. This storm also destroyed a barn, 3 steel bins, 3 granaries, and 2 hog houses. Ten hogs were killed. At least three more tornadoes damaged several farms in the Tulare and Redfield areas. A tornado hit one farm northwest of Tulare causing about 65,000 dollars in damage. Another tornado damaged a farm 5 miles west of Redfield.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 95 (1959) Aberdeen: 28 (1901)
Kennebec: 97 (1987) Kennebec: 32 (1924)
Mobridge: 97 (1988) Mobridge: 32 (1915)
Pierre: 98 (1959) Pierre: 41 (1998)
Sisseton: 95 (1959) Sisseton: 31 (1901)
Timber Lake: 98 (1914) Timber Lake: 35 (1915)
Watertown: 95 (1952) Watertown: 25 (1897)
Wheaton: 97 (1952) Wheaton: 39 (1949)

Record Precipitation:
Aberdeen: 1.80" (1925)
Kennebec: 1.82" (1993)
Mobridge: 2.06" (1968)
Pierre: 3.11" (1968)
Sisseton: 2.49" (1934)
Timber Lake: 1.10" (1968)
Watertown: 1.25" (1934)
Wheaton: 2.00" (1986)


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