1935 -- At 3:30am the Weather Bureau (now the National Weather Service) issued an advisory indicating the possibility of high tides and gales on the Florida Keys. The Labor Day Hurricane then swept the Keys, drowning over 500 people. Winds went to 200 mph. Longboat Key recorded a barometric pressure of 26.35".
1953 -- Angola rose to 99°, Goshen 101°, and Albion 102°. Fort Wayne had its all-time hottest September temperature of 100°.
1979 -- South Bend recorded a barometric pressure of 28.77"