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Todays Weather History
TODAY Version 3.7 06/24/94 Copyright 1986, 1994 By Patrick Kincaid
Today is Tuesday October 6, 2015.
This is the 279th day of the year, there are 86 days left.
On this day...
Weather data after 1990 is PARTIAL. For more current
weather history, go to the National Climate Data Center
website at www.ncdc.noaa.gov
In 1836 A second early season snowstorm produced eleven inches at
Wilkes Barre PA and 26 inches at Auburn NY. All the
mountains in the northeastern U.S. were whitened with
In 1981 A Fokker F-28 aircraft crashed in Holland after its starboard
wing was ripped away by a funnel cloud.
In 1984 The temperature at Honolulu, Hawaii, reached 94 degrees
to establish an all-time record at that location.
In 1985 A tropical wave, later to become Tropical Storm Isabel
struck Puerto Rico. As much as 24 inches of rain fell in
24 hours, and the severe flooding and numerous landslides
resulting from the rain claimed about 180 lives.
In 1987 The western U.S. continued to sizzle. Afternoon highs of
85 at Astoria OR, 101 at Tucson AZ, and 102 at Sacramento
CA, equalled October records. It marked the fourth time
in the month that Sacramento had tied their record for
In 1988 Cool Canadian air prevailed across the central and
eastern U.S. Toledo OH reported a record low of
27 degrees. Limestone ME received an inch of snow. Warm
weather continued in the western U.S. Boise ID reported
a record high of 87 degrees.
In 1989 Temperatures soared into the 90s across southern Texas.
Afternoon highs of 93 at Houston, and 96 at Austin and
Corpus Christi, were records for the date. Beeville was
the hot spot in the nation with an afternoon high of 101