Public Information Statement
Issued by NWS Wichita, KS

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT TUE JUL 7 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1908...THE TEMPERATURE IN SALINA FELL TO 46 DEGREES TO
SET A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR THE CITY IN THE MONTH OF
JULY.  IN 1987...A HEAT BURST OCCURRED IN GREENSBURG.
THE 7 AM TEMPERATURE WAS 75 DEGREES THEN ONLY A FEW
MINUTES LATER SOARED TO 95 DEGREES.  BY 8 AM...THE
TEMPERATURE DROPPED BACK TO 86 DEGREES.  IN 1991...A
COMPLEX OF EXCEPTIONALLY POWERFUL SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
UNLEASHED GUSTS AROUND 85 MPH ACROSS LOWER MICHIGAN.
AROUND $30 MILLION DAMAGE RESULTED.  AROUND 850,000
PEOPLE LOST POWER...SOME OF WHOM WERE WITHOUT POWER FOR A
WEEK.

&&

IN 1905...PARKER ARIZONA WAS TORCHED BY A TEMPERATURE OF
127 DEGREES...TYING AN ARIZONA STATE RECORD THAT HAD BEEN
SET IN FORT MOJAVE ON JUNE 15TH...1896.  IN 1981...A
BLIZZARD BURIED GLACIER NATIONAL PARK MONTANA UNDER ABOUT
10 INCHES OF SNOW AND WHIP LASHED THE REGION WITH GUSTS
THAT REACHED 90 MPH.

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