— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) April 13, 2017
1986: A major spring storm quickly intensified bringing blizzard conditions to much of the Northern Plains Region. Up to 18 inches of snow was reported in North Dakota, and in South Dakota, winds gusting to 90 mph whipped the snow into drifts fifteen feet high. Livestock losses were in the millions of dollars, and for some areas, it was the worst blizzard ever.
2006: An F2 tornado hit Iowa City, Iowa and trekked across other Southeast parts of the University of Iowa campus doing 15+ million dollars damage hurting 30 people and damaging or destroying 1051 buildings. The roof/steeple/ bricks fell from the St. Patrick’s Church shortly after 75 parishioners was taken to the rectory basement next door.
After 63 feet of snow, Northern California mountains break record for wettest water year: https://t.co/G1gW1QpTm5
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) April 13, 2017
Pictures from Oklaunion earlier this afternoon. That cell has weakend and moved on from that area. pic.twitter.com/ifOzvkueVd
— Kevin Selle (@kevinselle) April 13, 2017