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 25 November 1926 → A large tornado outbreak struck from Missouri to Alabama, including two F4's. In Heber Springs, AR 145 homes were damaged or destroyed and 17 people were killed.
 25 November 1950 → Michigan beat Ohio State 9-3 in the "Blizzard Bowl" in Columbus, OH. The morning temperature was 5 degrees with 40mph wind gusts. Driving snow shrouded the players on the field. The intense storm swept from the Great Lakes to the Appalachians.
 25 November 1993 → The Thanksgiving Day game between the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins was memorable because of the heavy sleet that covered the field at Texas Stadium during the game. Miami won the game with a score of 16 to 14.
 25 November 2003 → A deadly accident happened on Lake Mai-Ndombe in the Congo when a ferry broke apart during a terrible storm, killing 163 of the nearly 400 on board.

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June 8, 1964:

Winds of 50 mph or more were reported over much of the state. Wide spread damage to trees and utility lines. Buildings were damaged in scattered areas. Tornadoes were also observed on this day. The first one touched down in open county 30 miles WSW of Pierre. Another one was near Ridgeview, causing damage to power lines and property of a ranch.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 98 (2000) Aberdeen: 32 (1938)
Kennebec: 106 (2000) Kennebec: 31 (1924)
Mobridge: 93 (1988) Mobridge: 34 (1915)
Pierre: 107 (2000) Pierre: 39 (1937)
Sisseton: 95 (2000) Sisseton: 35 (1937)
Timber Lake: 95 (1988) Timber Lake: 36 (1937)
Watertown: 97 (2000) Watertown: 31 (1900)
Wheaton: 96 (2000) Wheaton: 39 (1915)

Record Precipitation:
Aberdeen: 1.40" (1904)
Kennebec: 1.63" (1998)
Mobridge: 1.16" (1975)
Pierre: 2.36" (1998)
Sisseton: 1.51" (1968)
Timber Lake: 1.45" (1932)
Watertown: 1.02" (1999)
Wheaton: 1.52" (1984)


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