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Much of this data is courtesy of the Storm Prediction Center
(www.spc.noaa.gov) -- please get permission before using this
data for yourself.

Special thanks go to Fred Otsby, Hugh Crowther, David Ludlum,
and many others, for preparing this data. This is NOT an all
inclusive listing of weather history. More detailed, or similar
information can be found at:

1) The National Climate Data Center at:

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/ncdc.html

2) KATV, the ABC-TV affiliate, in Little Rock, Arkansas, Weather
Link at:

http://cfc.katv.com/weatherhistory.cfm

TODAY Version 3.7 06/24/94 Copyright 1986, 1994 By Patrick Kincaid

Today is Monday May 24, 2010.
This is the 144th day of the year, there are 221 days left.

On this day...
In 1894 Six inches of snow blanketed Kentucky. Just four days
earlier as much as ten inches of snow had fallen across
Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Six days earlier a
violent storm had wrecked nine ships on Lake Michigan.
In 1930 A tornado touched down near the town of Pratt KS and
traveled at the incredibly slow speed of just 5 mph.
In 1940 Hail fell near Ada OK to a depth of six to eight inches.
Rainfall runoff left drifts of hail up to five feet high.
In 1987 Severe thunderstorms in southwest Texas spawned a couple
of tornadoes near Silverton, and produced golf ball size
hail east of the town of Happy. Thunderstorms also
produced large hail and damaging winds in Louisiana and
Texas.
In 1988 Thunderstorms produced severe weather in the southeastern
U.S. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 88 mph at Columbia SC.
Baseball size hail was reported near Tifton GA.
In 1989 Thunderstorms developing ahead of a cold front produced
severe weather across the Upper Midwest through the day
and night. Thunderstorms spawned 30 tornadoes, and there
were 158 reports of large hail and damaging winds. A
strong (F-3) tornado caused five million dollars damage
at Corning IA, and a powerful (F-4) tornado caused five
million dollars damage at Traer IA. Thunderstorm winds
gusting to 88 mph killed one person and injured five
others at Stephensville WI.
In 1990 Severe thunderstorms spawned two dozen tornadoes from
Montana to Oklahoma. Four tornadoes carved a 109-mile
path across central Kansas. The third of the four
tornadoes blew 88 cars of an 125-car train off the track,
stacking them three to four cars high in some cases, and
the fourth tornado caused 3.9 million dollars damage.
The third tornado injured six persons who were trying to
escape in vehicles. A woman was "sucked out" of a truck
and said that at one time she was "airborne, trying to
run but my feet wouldn't touch the ground". She also saw
a live deer "flying through the air".

Route: 35/5m0 10/22
..ORIGIN: 035/005 - THE THUNDERBOLT BBS 501-217-3825 TELNET COMING SOON




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On Monday, May 24, 2010 1:09:00 AM UTC-4, Daryl Stout wrote:
Much of this data is courtesy of the Storm Prediction Center
(www.spc.noaa.gov) -- please get permission before using this
data for yovdfcver as much as ten inches of snow had fallen across
Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Six days earlier a
violent storm had wrecked nine ships on Lake Michigan.
In 1930 A tornado touched down near the town of Pratt KS and
traveled at the incredibly slow speed of just 5 mph.
In 1940 Hail fell near Ada OK to a depth of six to eight inches.
Rainfall runoff left drifts of hail up to five feet high.
In 1987 Severe thunderstorms in southwest Texas spawned a couple
of tornadoes near Silverton, and produced golf ball size
hail east of the town of Happy. Thunderstorms also
produced large hail and damaging winds in Louisiana and
Texas.
In 1988 Thunderstorms produced severe weather in the southeastern
U.S. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 88 mph at Columbia SC.
Baseball size hail was reported near Tifton GA.
In 1989 Thunderstorms developing ahead of a cold front produced
severe weather across the Upper Midwest through the day
and night. Thunderstorms spawned 30 tornadoes, and there
were 158 reports of large hail and damaging winds. A
strong (F-3) tornado caused five million dollars damage
at Corning IA, and a powerful (F-4) tornado caused five
million dollars damage at Traer IA. Thunderstorm winds
gusting to 88 mph killed one person and injured five
others at Stephensville WI.
In 1990 Severe thunderstorms spawned two dozen tornadoes from
Montana to Oklahoma. Four tornadoes carved a 109-mile
path across central Kansas. The third of the four
tornadoes blew 88 cars of an 125-car train off the track,
stacking them three to four cars high in some cases, and
the fourth tornado caused 3.9 million dollars damage.
The third tornado injured six persons who were trying to
escape in vehicles. A woman was "sucked out" of a truck
and said that at one time she was "airborne, trying to
run but my feet wouldn't touch the ground". She also saw
a live deer "flying through the air".

Route: 35/5m0 10/22
.ORIGIN: 035/005 - THE THUNDERBOLT BBS 501-217-3825 TELNET COMING SOON


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On Monday, May 24, 2016183be found at:

1) The National Climate Data Center at:

http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/ncdc.html

2) KATV, the ABC-TV affiliate, in Little Rock, Arkansas, Weather
Link at:

http://cfc.katv.com/weatherhistory.cfm

TODAY Version 3.7 06/24/94 Copyright 1986, 1994 By Patrick Kincaid

Today is Monday May 24, 2010.
This is the 144th day of the year, there are 221 days left.

On this day...
In 1894 Six inches of snow blanketed Kentucky. Just four days
earlier as much as ten inches of snow had fallen across
Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. Six days earlier a
violent storm had wrecked nine ships on Lake Michigan.
In 1930 A tornado touched down near the town of Pratt KS and
traveled at the incredibly slow speed of just 5 mph.
In 1940 Hail fell near Ada OK to a depth of six to eight inches.
Rainfall runoff left drifts of hail up to five feet high.
In 1987 Severe thunderstorms in southwest Texas spawned a couple
of tornadoes near Silverton, and produced golf ball size
hail east of the town of Happy. Thunderstorms also
produced large hail and damaging winds in Louisiana and
Texas.
In 1988 Thunderstorms produced severe weather in the southeastern
U.S. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 88 mph at Columbia SC.
Baseball size hail was reported near Tifton GA.
In 1989 Thunderstorms developing ahead of a cold front produced
severe weather across the Upper Midwest through the day
and night. Thunderstorms spawned 30 tornadoes, and there
were 158 reports of large hail and damaging winds. A
strong (F-3) tornado caused five million dollars damage
at Corning IA, and a powerful (F-4) tornado caused five
million dollars damage at Traer IA. Thunderstorm winds
gusting to 88 mph killed one person and injured five
others at Stephensville WI.
In 1990 Severe thunderstorms spawned two dozen tornadoes from
Montana to Oklahoma. Four tornadoes carved a 109-mile
path across central Kansas. The third of the four
tornadoes blew 88 cars of an 125-car train off the track,
stacking them three to four cars high in some cases, and
the fourth tornado caused 3.9 million dollars damage.
The third tornado injured six persons who were trying to
escape in vehicles. A woman was "sucked out" of a truck
and said that at one time she was "airborne, trying to
run but my feet wouldn't touch the ground". She also saw
a live deer "flying through the air".

Route: 35/5m0 10/22
.ORIGIN: 035/005 - THE THUNDERBOLT BBS 501-217-3825 TELNET COMING SOON




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