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25apralldayApril 25 Tornado Events

25apralldayLancaster, TX F4 Tornado – April 25, 19946 Mile Path, 3 Fatalities, 45 Injuries

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8 years ago, today. One of the scariest tornadoes I've ever chased. This 1.75 mile wide tornado hit Yazoo City, MS just before noon

I never take photos of people at their worst-but I'll never forget the faces I saw that day.

Video: https://t.co/KiieCFtvYx @ReedTimmerAccu #mswx

4/24/2010 An EF-4 up to 1.75 miles wide travels 149.25 miles through MS, the widest and 4th longest path in MS history. It left behind major destruction. 4 fatalities in Yazoo City and 10 fatalities across the state. @weather_history @USTornadoes @TornadoTitans @TornadoQuest

@Climatologist49 @weather_history Sledge Island, just west of Nome. Should be surrounded in ice.

28 years ago today, Hubble was launched into space forever changing our view of the universe. Hubble is still doing amazing science today! Here are just a few of the science achievements from Hubble's latest year in orbit: https://t.co/PjiCXABsT8 #Hubble28

Becoming a member of the NWMSC is a great way to ensure a bright and successful future for the museum and donate to a worthy cause. Anyone can join the effort by choosing from the many memberships on the NWMSC website #weather @NWMSC #science #STEM

On this date in 1993, a violent tornado struck Catoosa, OK in the early evening, killing 7 and injuring over 100. #OKwx #wxhistory

Time for #Tornado #History! #OTD (Apr 24) in 2010, a long track (149 mi), EF4 tornado moved thru 1 parish in LA & 8 counties in MS. It reached its widest point & max intensity on the south side of Yazoo City, MS. Summary: https://t.co/EWbo093w1A @NWSJacksonMS @_newspapers #mswx

#weatherpicofday : huge record-breaking 2.6 mile wide wedge-shaped El Reno OK tornado 31 May 2013 w/ @JustonStrmRider #megawedge

April 23-25, 1908: The Dixie tornado outbreak produced at least 29 tornadoes in 13 states. At least 324 people were killed. #wxhistory
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#OTD 4/24/2010 12 tornadoes raked North & Central Alabama, including 3 F3s and one F4 in DeKalb. There were 0 fatalities but there were 52 injuries. BLOG: https://t.co/MvbTKv9A5U Photos by Robyn Henry: https://t.co/cEaqToGQiC #alwx #valleywx

On average, the Continuous U.S. high temp for all days between Jan 1, 1900, and Dec 31, 2017, was 100°F. The average Continuous U.S. low temp for all days between Jan 1, 1900, and Dec 31, 2017, was 0°F. [The non-rounded values were 100.1°F & 0.2°F respectively]. @weather_history

#OTD (Apr 23) in 1968: An F5 tracked from Greenup Co, KY into Scioto, Lawrence & Gallia Co. in OH. The towns of Wheelersburg & Gallipolis were hard hit. There were 7 fatalities, 100+ injuries. https://t.co/9Ir4A9jtvn - Images: @portsmouthpl, @_newspapers #ohwx #tornado #history

Congratulations? Billings, MT just set its snowiest winter on record today: #MTwx https://t.co/k6gDAOUgnZ

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