This Day in National/World Weather History ...
 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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May 30, 1899:

An estimated F3 tornado moved northeast from 2 miles west of Laurel, Nebraska and across the west edge of Elk Point, South Dakota. At least two homes were destroyed in Nebraska. The tornado then struck three farms in South Dakota, destroying 16 buildings on one of them. One man was injured as he knelt over his wife and child.

May 30, 1998:

An F4 tornado moved through southeast South Dakota, killing 6 people and injuring another 150. The tornado crossed into McCook County at approximately 7:38 pm, CST and moved through downtown Spencer at approximately 7:39 pm, CST. The total cost of damage was more than $18 million with an additional half million in crop damage.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 110 (1934) Aberdeen: 27 (1947)
Kennebec: 107 (1934) Kennebec: 28 (1947)
Mobridge: 105 (1934) Mobridge: 33 (2012)
Pierre: 103 (1934) Pierre: 32 (1947)
Sisseton: 113 (1934) Sisseton: 33 (1947)
Timber Lake: 98 (1939) Timber Lake: 31 (1947)
Watertown: 106 (1934) Watertown: 31 (1947)
Wheaton: 93 (2002) Wheaton: 34 (1924)

Record Precipitation:
Aberdeen: 3.35" (1899)
Kennebec: 2.88" (1919)
Mobridge: 3.24" (1943)
Pierre: 1.25" (1918)
Sisseton: 1.25" (1951)
Timber Lake: 1.73" (1943)
Watertown: 2.00" (1959)
Wheaton: 1.90" (1985)


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