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 22 October 1965 → A heat wave of record duration hit southern California. Downtown Los Angeles had highs in the 90s to around 100 degrees each day from the 20th to the 29th. San Diego hit 104 on the 22nd.
 22 October 2005 → Isla Mujeres, Mexico set the Northern Hemisphere's and Western Hemisphere's 24-hour rainfall record with 64.33 inches thanks to Hurricane Wilma.

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May 13, 1986:

A rare, Washington State tornado briefly touched down near Trafton, about 40 miles north-northeast of Seattle. Although short lived, witnesses observed the tornado destroying several pine trees, and lifting debris as high as 500 feet into the air.

May 13, 2005:

Runoff from heavy rain resulted in minor flooding along the White River from south of Belvidere to Oacoma, affecting mainly agricultural land along the river. The river rose over its banks and flooded U.S. Highway 83 south of Murdo for a short time. No property damage was reported.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 97 (1932) Aberdeen: 24 (1899)
Kennebec: 103 (2007) Kennebec: 24 (1966)
Mobridge: 95 (1932) Mobridge: 24 (1945)
Pierre: 99 (1941) Pierre: 24 (1953)
Sisseton: 92 (1932) Sisseton: 26 (1953)
Timber Lake: 94 (1941) Timber Lake: 25 (1953)
Watertown: 92 (1932) Watertown: 25 (1953)
Wheaton: 92 (1932) Wheaton: 26 (1953)

Record Precipitation: Record Snowfall:
Aberdeen: 0.82" (1958) Aberdeen: 1.0" (1924)
Kennebec: 1.40" (1908)
Mobridge: 0.60" (1933)
Pierre: 2.72" (1982)
Sisseton: 2.25" (1942)
Timber Lake: 1.18" (1916)
Watertown: 1.35" (1957)
Wheaton: 1.51" (1942)


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