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October 27, 1764 
A "very remarkable storm of snow with high winds" produced 22 inches at Rutland in central Massachusetts. (David Ludlum) 

October 27, 1929 
A snowstorm dumped 27 inches upon Ishpeming, MI, in 24 hours to establish a state record. (David Ludlum) 

October 27, 1962 
An early season winter storm over New England blanketed northern Maine with 7 to 16 inches of snow, and southeastern New England with up to 3 inches of snow. Worcester MA received a record 4.7 inches of snow. (The Weather Channel) 

October 27, 1987 
Showers and thunderstorms produced locally heavy rain from Virginia to New York State. Fallen leaves made roads and sidewalks slick, and also clogged sewers. Rainfall totals of 1.55 inches at Newark NJ, 1.54 inches at Harrisburg PA, 1.27 inches at Scranton PA, and 1.22 inches at Atlantic City NJ, were records for the date. (The National Weather Summary) 

October 27, 1988 
Low pressure brought snow and gale force winds to the Great Lakes Region, and snow and high winds to the north central U.S. Winds gusted to 47 mph at Lansing MI, and reached 55 mph at Pierre SD. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

October 27, 1989 
Wintry weather invaded the northwestern U.S. A storm crossing the Central Rockies produced up to 23 inches of snow in the mountains east of Salt Lake City UT. "Indian Summer" continued in the Lower Ohio Valley and the Upper Great Lakes Region. Afternoon highs of 71 degrees at Marquette MI and 72 degrees at Sault Ste Marie MI were records for the date. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

October 27, 1995
Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail occurred across much of central Georgia. These storms produced two F-0 tornadoes. One F-0 tornado occurred in Crisp County and was on the ground for 10 miles from Warwick to Arabi. Thirty to forty structures sustained damage and two cars were overturned. Six people were injured in Crisp County. The other F-0 tornado occurred in Dodge County in the Rhine area. This tornado was short lived but managed to cause damage to a few structures. No one was injured in Dodge County. (NWS Atlanta)

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