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Today in Weather History
for April 25 


April 25, 1875 
New York City received three inches of snow, the latest measurable snow of record for that location. (David Ludlum) 

April 25, 1898 
The temperature at Volcano Springs CA hit 118 degrees to establish a U.S. record for the month of April. (The Weather Channel) 

April 25, 1908
Three tornadoes touched down in west central Georgia affecting Harris, Muscogee and Spalding and Henry Counties. A total of 20 people were killed and 162 people were injured. In the Spalding-Henry County tornado the lightning accompanying the storm was described as the world was on fire. Weeds and straw were driven through the bark of trees and in the center of the storm track it was utter destruction. (NWS Atlanta)


April 25, 1910 
Chicago, IL, was blanketed with 2.5 inches of snow, and a total of 6.5 inches between the 22nd and the 26th. It was the latest significant snow of record for the city. (The Weather Channel) 
Atlanta was blanketed with 1.5 inches of snow while seeing their latest freeze ever with a morning low of 32°F. The high that day of 39°F was the second time ever that the high never got out of the 30's in April. (NWS Atlanta)


April 25, 1929
A tornado moved across central Georgia from Cochran (Bleckley County) to Dexter (Laurens County) to Wrens (Jefferson County) and into South Carolina. This tornado caused at least 8 fatalities and over 50 injuries in Cochran, Wrens and Dexter. NWS Atlanta)

April 25, 1984 
A late season snowstorm struck the Northern Rockies and the Northern Plains. The storm produced some unusually high snowfall totals. The town of Lead, located in the Black Hills of western South Dakota, was buried under 67 inches of snow. Red Lodge, located in the mountains of southern Montana, reported 72 inches of snow. Up to 60 inches blanketed the mountains of northern Wyoming. It was rated the worst late season storm of record for much of the affected area. (25th-28th) (Storm Data) (The Weather Channel) 

April 25, 1987 
Low pressure off the coast of North Carolina produced heavy rain flooding creeks in the foothills and the Piedmont area, before moving out to sea. The low pressure system also produced wind gusts to 50 mph in Virginia. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

April 25, 1988 
Thunderstorms racing at 65 mph produced large hail in Alabama and Georgia. Hail damage in Alabama was estimated at fifty million dollars, making it their worst weather disaster since Hurricane Frederick in 1979. Hail three inches in diameter accompanied a tornado near Valdosta GA. Hail four and a half inches in diameter was reported south of Atlanta GA. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

April 25, 1989 
Thunderstorms developing along a stationary front produced severe weather from North Carolina to Indiana and Ohio, with more than 70 reports of large hail and damaging winds. A strong (F-2) tornado hit Xenia OH injuring 16 persons and causing more than a million dollars damage. (The National Weather Summary) (Storm Data) 

April 25, 1990 
Thunderstorms produced severe weather from Texas to Nebraska. Thunderstorms spawned fifteen tornadoes, including a powerful (F-4) tornado near Weatherford TX. Between 3 PM and 8 PM, a storm complex tracking northeastward across central Kansas spawned four tornadoes along a 119-mile path from Ness to Smith Center, with the last tornado on the ground for 55 miles. Del Rio TX was raked with hail two inches in diameter, and wind gusts to 112 mph. Brown County and Commanche County in Texas were deluged with up to 18 inches of rain, and flooding caused more than 65 million dollars damage. Two dozen cities in the north central U.S. reported record high temperatures for the date. Highs of 87 degrees at Flint MI and 90 degrees at Alpena MI were records for April. (Storm Data) (The National Weather Summary) 

April 25, 2008 
Anchorage, AK, receives a record 17.2 inches at the airport and 22 inches in northeast Anchorage from the 25th to 26th. The 15.5 inches on the 25th makes it the third most received on any one day in Anchorage. 

Data courtesy of WeatherForYou

 

 
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