On This Day In Weather History - November 22
The record snow in 1991 broke the old record for the date set 100 years earlier.
On the day before Thanksgiving the temperature in Kansas City began at a record warm low of 63 degrees and topped out at 76 degrees, also a record.
An outbreak of severe weather spawned 16 tornadoes across Alabama, ranging in strength from F0 to F2. The tornadoes injured a total of 48 people and damage was reported in excess of $15 million.
Indiana had 15 tornadoes during a record outbreak for the month of November. One, an F4 multiple vortex twister, cut a 22 mile path through extreme southeastern Indiana and northern Kentucky. Overall, the storm system produced 92 tornadoes, 26 deaths, and 640 injuries.