1953: an F4 tornado touched down NW of Worcester, MA leaving a 46-mile path of destruction.
[This Day in History] 64 years ago, an F4 tornado touched down NW of Worcester, MA leaving a 46 mile path of destruction. pic.twitter.com/GoAZCt38sa
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) June 9, 2017
1956: A heat wave impacted the intermountain area to the northern Great Lakes from June 9-13, 1956.
— NOAA Research (@NOAAResearch) June 9, 2017
1966: Hurricane Alma made landfall over the eastern Florida panhandle becoming the earliest hurricane to make landfall on the United States mainland.
1972: A steady flow of warm moist air near the surface fed storms and anchored them against the Black Hills for six to eight hours. A flash flood killed 238 people in the Rapid City area after as much as fifteen inches of rain fell over the eastern Black Hills.
— NWS Rapid City (@NWSRapidCity) June 8, 2017
2015: The Red River reached a crest of just over 37 feet in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Flashback Friday: The Red River reached a crest of just over 37 feet in Shreveport exactly 2 years ago on June 9, 2015. Here’s a look back. pic.twitter.com/s5jiHLAkp8
— NWS Shreveport (@NWSShreveport) June 10, 2017
2017: Fairbanks, Alaska reached 90 degrees. The last time they saw 90 degrees was back in 2013.
— NWS Fairbanks (@NWSFairbanks) June 10, 2017
— #eustorm (@EUStormMap) June 9, 2017