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February 22, 1773 
The memorable "Cold Sabbath" in New England history. Many persons froze extremities while going to church. (David Ludlum) 

February 22, 1936 
Although heat and dust prevailed in the spring and summer, early 1936 brought record cold to parts of the U.S. Sioux Center IA reported 42 inches of snow on the ground, a state record. (20th-22nd) (The Weather Channel) 

February 22, 1986 
A twelve siege of heavy rain and snow, which produced widespread flooding and mudslides across northern and central California, finally came to an end. The storm caused more than 400 million dollars property damage. Bucks Lake, located in the Sierra Nevada Range, received 49.6 inches of rain during the twelve day period. (Storm Data) 

February 22, 1987 
A storm moving northeastward out of the Gulf of Mexico began to spread heavy snow across the Middle Atlantic Coast Region. Thunderstorms in northern Florida produced wind gusts to 65 mph in Alachua County. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

February 22, 1988 
Dry weather prevailed across the nation, with windy conditions from the Central Rockies to northern New England. Winds gusted to 58 mph at Cleveland OH, and reached 63 mph at Erie PA. Winds in the Central Rockies gusted to 120 mph at Mines Peak CO and Rendezvous Peak WY. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

February 22, 1989 
Strong northwesterly winds ushering cold arctic air into the north central U.S. produced snow squalls in the Great Lakes Region, with heavy snow near Lake Michigan. Totals in northwest Indiana ranged up to 24 inches at Gary, and up to 16 inches buried northeastern Illinois. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

February 22, 1990 
Thunderstorms developing along and ahead of a cold front produced severe weather from southern Mississippi to North Carolina. One thunderstorm spawned a tornado just prior to dawn which touched down near Opp AL injuring ten persons and causing half a million dollars damage. Thunderstorm winds injured four persons south of Troy AL, and five people at Columbus GA. Thunderstorm winds gusted to 76 mph at Dothan AL. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

February 22, 1993
Severe thunderstorms swept across portions of central Georgia. Two tornadoes caused around $10 million in damage in Pike and Meriwether Counties killing one person and injuring three. The first tornado touched down near St. Marks in extreme western Meriwether County and moved east southeast toward Georgia Highway 85 destroying six houses and damaging a total 15 to 20 homes. The second tornado touched down east of the Flint River in Pike County and continued east to the city of Zebulon. Ten homes were completely destroyed, 10 suffered substantial damage, and 10 others suffered minor damage. (NWS Atlanta)


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