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 11 July 1961 → In the first MLB All-Star Game of the day's doubleheader, Giants pitcher Stu Miller was pitching in the ninth with runners at first and second at Candlestick Park. As Miller was preparing to deliver his pitch, the wind whipped up and caused Miller to weave back and forth. Miller was called for a balk, and the AL tied the game. The NL eventually won 5-4 in 10 innings. Miller was the winning pitcher.
 11 July 1990 → A hailstorm caused $1.6 billion damage along the Front Range of the Rockies from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins.
 11 July 2000 → A heat wave across the Southeast killed 10 people in Alabama.

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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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