On Jun 26 in weather history...

1938 -- 4.22" of rain drenched Warsaw, Indiana.

1995 -- At 1:35pm lightning struck the horse team of an Amish farmer near Shipshewana, Indiana. The spooked horses ran into a tree, killing the farmer. Also, a 17-year-old boy in Fort Wayne was killed when lightning struck a nearby object and jumped to him.

1998 -- Flooding at New Carlisle (Saint Joseph County Indiana) and 60mph thunderstorm winds at Decatur (Adams County Indiana). 1" diameter hail at Coldwater.

2002 -- Phenomenal flash flooding struck Fort Wayne as thunderstorms developed and re-developed directly over the city for several hours this evening. Times Corner reported 8" of rain in three hours. Spy Run Creek rose 9 feet in 8 hours to an all-time record level of 12.3 feet. 3" of rain fell in 90 minutes.

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