1921: The town of Gardner, Georgia was devastated by a massive, estimated F4 tornado that caused an entire section of the small town to disappear. This tornado killed 31 people and injured 100.
1959: St. Louis, Missouri was hit by a massive F4 tornado that killed 21 and injured 345. Over 2000 buildings were damaged or destroyed, including the St. Louis Arena.
Source: The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
1981: A morning tornado at Bay Minette, AL struck the local middle school. The school’s gymnasium was severely damaged, and 62 people were hurt, 44 of which were students.
Source: The Tuscaloosa News.
2010: Cyclone Pat slams The Cook Islands with 125 mph winds, which destroyed about 80 percent of the island of Aitutaki.
2017: An atmospheric phenomena know as “moonbow” was seen in the Seattle area.
— NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) February 10, 2017
2017: Denver saw their all-time warmest temperature in February with a reading of 79 degrees.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) February 10, 2017