Dirty Weather In 1890

Hundreds killed by simultaneous tornadoes, floods and snowstorms. If this happened now, it would be the happiest day of Bill McKibben’s life.

05 Apr 1890 – Cyclone and Floods in America. TORNADO AND BLIZZ…

h/t to Ivan

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3 Responses to Dirty Weather In 1890

  1. Ivan says:

    1924 – is this one on the list? Another “worst ever.”
    A City Wrecked – Tornado in Ohio Cities.
    HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE KILLED.
    WORST STORM IN AMERICA’S HISTORY.

    Northern Ohio is prostrated under the fury of the tornado. The latest estimate are 400 dead and 2000 injured, and the property damage is placed at 1,000,000 dollars. It is feared that three lake steamers were caught in the storm. Reports indicate that the storm was the greatest in the history of the country.”

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/51349296

    ~30 June 1924

  2. Ivan says:

    …no, 1925 was the “worst on record”
    “WORST WIND STORM ON RECORD”

    http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/20912210

    ~20 March 1925

  3. To the best of my knowledge the 1893 flood in Brisbane was the highest recorded – beating 1974, 2011 and 1890.

    Obvious CO2 induced global warming link overlooked by Mother Nature – more research (funding) needed !

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