On Jul 22 in weather history...

1934 -- Fort Wayne had its all-time hottest temperature of 106°.

1998 -- 8" of rain produced severe flooding throughout Wabash County. Countless homes were evacuated, and two bridges and fifteen roads were washed out. Charley Creek swelled to a half mile wide through Wabash. The Eel and Salamonie rivers neared record crests. $6 million dollars in damage done. 2" of rain fell in 40 minutes in Huntington flooding basements and washing out a section of US 24. Lightning burned a double wide trailer to the ground at Calvary Worship Center in Decatur. 40% of Fulton County Indiana's roads were washed out. Maugans Road Mobile Home Park was severely flooded in Peru, with water up to four feet deep. Many homes in Peru were flooded with raw sewage as storm sewers backed up. 6" of rain fell on Bluffton in less than five hours. The Logansport Implement Store was inundated with four feet of water. A basement wall collapsed in Galveston (Miami County) due to flooding.

2002 -- A severe thunderstorm blew a large tree onto a home at Lake Pleasant (Steuben County), damaging the home. Minor roof damage occurred in Onward (Cass County Indiana). Trees were blown down one mile northwest of Moscow (Hillsdale County) and a barn was blown down 4 miles west of Reading (Hillsdale County). Trees were blown down two miles west of Van Wert.


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