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This Day in Local Weather History ...
19 April 2002 → Hail one and a half inches in diameter struck McAfee in Mercer County.
19 April 2011 → At 11:22pm an EF1 tornado touched down in Dubois County, Indiana. It was the first of what would become, over the next three hours, this region's most prolific tornado outbreak on record. 24 tornadoes touched down across southern Indiana and central Kentucky, including two EF2s.
This Day in National/World Weather History ...
19 April 1775 → The first engagement of the Revolutionary War took place in clear, crisp weather at Lexington-Concord.
19 April 1968 → An F4 tornado struck Sebastian County, AR leaving 14 dead and 270 injured. Much of Greenwood was reduced to a sea of rubble.
19 April 1976 → An F5 tornado swept a frame home away near Brownwood, TX. The owner had sought refuge in the bathtub, and he and the bathtub were all that remained after the tornado blew the house away. Several children caught in the open were blown nearly three quarters of a mile. Several hangars and planes were destroyed at the town's airport.