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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Wichita KS
600 AM CDT Wed Sep 20 2017

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

In 1926, the same hurricane that had ravaged Miami on
September 18th ripped through Pensacola with gusts that
reached 152 mph.  Sustained winds greater than 100 mph
whipped through Pensacola for 4 hours, while sustained
speeds greater than 75 mph whip lashed the city for an
amazing 20 hours.  In 1918, the temperature in Salina
tumbled to 28 degrees.This is the earliest in the
season that the city has had temperatures in the 20s.

&&

In 1845, what`s believed to have been a family of
tornadoes reportedly covering a track 275 miles long
extended from Lake Ontario, across upstate New York, to
Lake Champlain.  This family of tornadoes leveled
thousands of acres of forest in sparsely populated
Upstate New York without causing a single known fatality.

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