On Jun 23 in weather history...

1918 -- Goshen fell to 32°.

1951 -- Hail accumulated a foot deep in El Dorado, Kansas. A hail and wind storm hit Wichita causing nearly $15 million in damage.

1972 -- The entire state of Pennsylvania was declared a disaster area after torrential rains and catastrophic flooding from former Hurricane Agnes.

2010 -- A Line Echo Wave Pattern strikes northern Indiana with tornadoes and widespread damaging winds including a measured wind gust of 90 mph in Laporte, 84 mph in Mishawaka, 80 mph in Union Michigan and South Bend, 75 mph in Columbia City, and 73 mph in Fort Wayne. Extensive, widespread wind damage occurred with this event. At one point 250,000 customers were without power. 7 individual tornado tracks were surveyed with this event and including an astounding 5 tornadoes in Elkhart county alone, 1 in Van Wert county, and 1 that tracked through the north side of Warsaw in Kosciusko county. In addition, a large scale microburst was surveyed in Laporte county.

See our webstory for more information on this damaging severe weather event.


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