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Local Weather History: Top 5 Weather Events of Each Year Since 1830

The big weather events each year since 1830!

Posted: Dec 27, 2020 2:42 PM
Updated: Jan 4, 2021 11:35 PM

1830

1.  1830 drought

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1831

1.  Epic cold & snow of winter 1830-31 with significant effects on wildlife (worst winter until 1884-85)

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1832

1. February 1832 Arctic Outbreak

2.  Late February sudden thaw & flood

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1833

1.  June 2 strong to violent Lafayette area tornado

2.  Early March bitter cold similar to 1872 & 1960

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1834

1.  Historically backward spring

2.  January ice storm

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1835

1.  June Lafayette tornado

2.  Unusually bitter cold late November (like 1880)

3.  February Arctic Outbreak

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1836

1.  Famous Sudden Change December 1836

2.  March 1836 winter storm with historic record cold in mid-March

3.  1836 wet spring & summer with flooding

4.  Monticello tornado

5.  Backward spring with warmth early then damaging freezes

1837

1.  Wet summer with flooding

2.  Cold April with late arrival of spring weather

3.  Muggy, but lack of intense heat with 90 reported only once 

4.  April 2-3 historic April snowstorm

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1838

1.  February 1838 Arctic Outbreak

2.  Historic drought & heat after unusually warm March

3.  Very backward spring with heavy damage to vegetation in mid to late April freezes & freezing in early to mid May (leaves reportedly killed on trees twice like 2019)

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1839

1.  Historic drought & heat

2.  Sandwich Spring with Unusually warm, wet February, unusually cold March & heat in late April

3.  January 28 major winter storm

4.  May 25 severe weather

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1840

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1841

1.  Historic drought & heat

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1842

1.  Historic chill with patchy frost in August

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1843

1.  1842-43 rough winter (except February)

2.  1843 extremely backward spring

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1844

1.  Summer floods

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1845

1.  July 1 Logansport tornado

2.  Unusually mild, dry winter of 1844-45

3.  Unusually warm & dry late March & unusually warm April

4.  Another wet summer (very similar year to 1910 with warm, dry, droughty early, then very wet & cooler)

5.  Very dry, warm fall with return of droughty weather

1846

1.  Big December flood

2.  Summer heat & drought & the Attica-Covington War

3.  February 19-20, 1846 snow storm

4.  August 20-21, 1846 tropical remnants with welcome rainfall in the drought

5.  Wet September with especially heavy rainfall September 2-4 (like 2003)

1847

1.  Big January flood

2.  Big December flood

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1848

1.  March 2 Snowfall

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1849

1.  March 20 tornado outbreak, including long-track, possibly violent Warren County tornado

2.  Very backward spring

3.  Extremely mild Fall with a November of perfection (clear & dry with lack of freezing)

4.  Very wet summer with flooding

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1850

1.  April snow event

2.  Unusually hot, dry May & July-September

3.  February snowstorm

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1851

1.  June 13 White County tornado

2.  Dry, bitterly cold January

3.  Unusually mild & wet February

4.  Another dry, droughty summer

5.  December 1851 Arctic Outbreak

1852

1.  White County tornado

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1853

1.  Very hot, dry June

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1854

1.  Historic summer heat & drought

2.  January tornado

3.  May 14 severe weather 

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1855

1.  January blizzard & ice storm

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1856

1.  Mid-August "Last Island Hurricane" remnants with welcome, drought-denting rainfall

2.  Brutal 1855-56 cold, snowy winter

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1857

1.  Record cold spring with latest foliation of trees on record

2.  Latest snow on record May 1857

3.  Brutal winter of 1856-57 (including Great Arctic Outbreak of January 1857)

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1858

1.  May-June 1858 flood

2.  Summer Flash drought

3.  May 31 Lafayette tornado & severe weather outbreak

4.  February 19 big snowstorm

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1859

1.  August Wildcat Prairie & Peru area tornadoes

2.  Record cold with patchy frost in early June

3.  January 1859 snowstorm

4.  Intense July heat wave (worst since 1841, 1846)

5.  June 8 Monticello tornado

1860

1.  May derecho

2.  Massive January temperature swing from record cold to record warmth (-22 to 66)

3.  Late January flooding

4.  Early April heat (the likes not seen until 1882)

5.  Summer heat & drought

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1862

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1863

1.  Record mid-July cool

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1864

1.  Historic blizzard & cold New Year's Eve-Day December 31, 1863-January 1, 1864

2.  Another massive January temperature swing from -25 to 66 (like 1860)

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1865

1.  Unusually wet year

2.  The perfect November

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1866

1.  March 20 tornado outbreak, including large, intense, violent Montgomery County tornado

2.  Wet September with flooding

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1867

1.  January 21 big snowstorm

2.  February flood

3.  November severe weather

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1868

1.  April derecho

2.  Very early summer with heat

3.  Hot, dry summer

4.  Unusually cold early March 

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1869

1.  Record cold & snow October 1869

2.  Unusually cool, wet summer with lowest maximum yearly temperature ever record at 90 (only equaled by 1837 & 1950)

3.  April severe weather outbreak

4.  May 29 severe weather outbreak

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1870

1.  Record May heat

2.  Very hot, dry summer with especially hot June

3.  Very snowy winter of 1869-70

4.  February crippling snowstorm

5.  Significant, historic, record-late April snowfall  

1871

1.  Major summer-fall drought with wildfires

2.  Christmas Eve tornado in Lafayette

3.  January 13-14 ice storm

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1872

1.  Historic early March cold wave

2.  One of the coldest Christmases on record

3.  April 11 Montmorenci tornado

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1873

1.  January '73 blizzard

2.  April severe weather & April 6-9 flooding event

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1874

1.  Long, very hot, dry summer

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1875

1.  Historic floods of summer 1875

2.  July 25 tornadoes

3.  Historic record cold October 1875

4.  November windstorm from near-bomb/bomb

5.  Historic March snowstorm (including snowiest March on record)

1876:

1.  Warmest New Year's Day on record

2.  Unusually warm winter of 1875-76

3.  Bitterly cold December

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1877

1.  Record-breaking hailstones in Lafayette with severe weather outbreak May 30, 1877

2.  August 31, 1877 "first" derecho

3.  April 1 Cass County tornado

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1878

1.  Unusually warm winter of 1877-78

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1879

1.  Unusually warm winter of 1879-80

2.  Record warm January of 1880

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1880

1.  Record warm January & unusually warm January of 1879-80

2.  Epic record cold of November 1880 (& earliest freeze on record September 14 with 31)

3.  Cold, snowy December of 1880

4.  March 4, 1880 severe weather outbreak

5.  June 14, 1880 severe weather outbreak

1881

1.  Historic heat & drought with hottest August temperature on record for Greater Lafayette (107)

2.  Very cold, snowy winter of 1880-81

3.  April 19 Cass County tornado

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1882

1.  February flood

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1883

1.  Big February flood

2.  February 2-3 significant ice storm

3.  May 18 severe weather outbreak

4.  July 13 severe storms

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1884

1.  Extreme winter of 1883-84:  heavy snow & brutal record cold

2.  Big February flood

3.  March 24 severe weather outbreak

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1885

1.  The winter for the ages of 1884-85:  record heavy snow & brutal record cold

2.   January 15-16, 1885 blizzard

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1886

1.  Extremely active severe weather year:  Most prolific tornado outbreak on record for the viewing area May 12, 1886

2.  September tornado outbreak

3.  Unusually cold December

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1887

1.  Historic heat & drought

2.  Coldest temperature every recorded in the viewing area in January 1887

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1888

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1889

1.  Warmest December on record

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1890

1.  Unusually warm winter of 1889-90

2.  Very wet year of 1890

3.  June 29 destructive Purdue & Greater Lafayette severe storm

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1891

1.  Historic September heat

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1892

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1893

1.  January 15:  Very deep snowpack & record cold

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1894

1.  Unusually cold, dreary, wet weather late May to early June

2.  Unusually late frost June 6 & 7

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1895

1.  Kankakee Valley wildfires & other wildfires in the area in fall

2.  Highly-damaging spring freeze (including latest occurrence of 20s on record with 29 on May 21)

3.  Bitter, rough winter of 1894-95

4.   Late April damaging freeze

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1896

1.  Warmest temperatures on record for April.....18-20th

2.  April 20 severe weather outbreak

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1897

1.  Extreme drought & unusually late heat into Fall

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1898

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1899

1.  Great Arctic Outbreak of February 1899

2.  Unusually early freeze in September with earliest hard freeze on record (24 on September 30)

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1900

1.  Very wet year & specifically wet, very oppressive summer

2.  Galveston hurricane remnants

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1901:

1.  Historic summer drought & heat

2.  June 19-20 derecho

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1902

1.  June severe weather outbreak with flooding (wettest June on record)

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1903

1.  Late January two significant snows in two days

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1904

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1905

1.  February Arctic Outbreak

2.  Summer period of extreme heat & mugginess (like 1995, 1999) with deaths

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1906

1.  Record cold & snow in October

2.  Unusually cold & snowy March

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1907

1.  Record early-season warmth & late highly-damaging freeze

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1908

1.  June 19 derecho

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1909

1.  February 13-14 significant ice storm

2.  May 6 severe weather outbreak

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1910

1.  Record dry March & "heat wave"

2.  Wet summer

3.  April 23 latest measurable snowfall on record

4.  February 17-18 major snowstorm

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1911

1.  November 11 derecho erecho & Historic Temperature Drop

2.  Intense Summer heat

3.  Historic May heat wave

4.  April 3 thundersnow

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1912

1.  April 22 Morocco Tornado

2.  Near-record snowy, rough winter of 1911-12

3.  January major snowstorm

4.  February 21-22 major snowstorm

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1913

1.  Great Flood of 1913

2.  March 1913 severe weather outbreak

3.  Hot summer with multiple intense heatwaves

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1914

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1915

1.  Unusually cool August & much of summer

2.  Snowiest Christmas on record

3.  Galveston hurricane remnants with heavy rainfall

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1916

1.  March severe weather outbreak & tornadoes (including long-track, large strong to violent tornado)

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1917

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1918

1.  Historic January 1918 Blizzard

2.  Extreme cold, snowy 1917-18 winter

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1919

1.  Unusually mild 1918-19 winter

2.  November derecho

3.  March 17 windstorm

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1920

1.  Palm Sunday 1920 tornado outbreak

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1921

1.  July derecho

2.  Hot, summer with drought

3.  July 10 derecho

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1922

1.  April 18 tornadoes, including violent Warren County F4

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1923

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1924

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1925

1.  Hot, dry, droughty summer

2.  August 18-19 derecho

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1926

1.  May 8 West Lafayette Tornado

2.  April 17 historic, record-late snowfall

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1927

1.  Second warmest fall on record

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1928

1.  July 3-4 derecho

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1929

1.  Historic June 29-30 derecho 

2.  Historic December 1929 blizzard

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1930

1.  Historic ice storm

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1931

1.  Warmest Fall on record

2.  Record warm November

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1932:

1.  Extremely mild winter of 1931-32

2.  Least snowy winter on record

3.  July 7 Peru area tornado

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1933

1.  June heat & drought

2.  November 11 great dust storm

3.  June 3-4 derecho

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1934:

1.  Epic drought & heat spring to summer

2.  May 11 great dust storm

3.  August 9 derecho

4.  Driest spring on record

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1935

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1936:

1.  Epic drought & heat with highest temperature ever record at Greater Lafayette (111).

2.  Very cold, rough 1935-36 winter

3.  March 24 dust storm

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1937

1.  Unusually wet January

2.  January ice storm

3.  June 25 severe weather 

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1938

1.  Historic February warmth

2.  April 6 ice storm

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1939

1.  June 10 severe weather outbreak

2.  Rough 1939-40 winter

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1940

1.  April 1-11:  Near record warmth to accumulating snow & damaging freeze

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1941

1.  September 25-26 wind storm

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1942

1.  September record cold & earliest snowflakes on record

2.  March 16 severe weather outbreak

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1943

1.  Late spring to early Summer flood

2.  Summer flash drought & intense heat & mugginess

3.  August Serial Derecho

4.  Unusually cold early March

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1944

1.  Summer heat & drought

2.  Perfect January with unusually dry, clear weather

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1945

1.  Very wet June

2.  Earliest last date with a temperature at or below 30

3.  May 14 severe weather outbreak

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1946

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1947

1.  Record chill to record heat late July to early August

2.  March 24 wind storm

3.  April 5 wind storm

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1948

1.  March 19, 1948 severe weather outbreak

2.  April 7 Fountain to Tippecanoe County tornado

3.  June 7 severe weather outbreak

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1949

1.  October 10 wind storm

2.  January 15 wind storm

3.  Late June significant wind & hail storms in Carroll & Cass to Howard counties 

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1950

1.  Record January warmth (warmest since 1876) & wetness

2.  Record November warmth

3.  June 15 severe weather outbreak

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1951

1.  February Arctic outbreak

2.  Record cold in early November

3.  Record cold in mid-December

4.  July 9 tornadoes

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1952

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5.  November severe weather with hurricane force gusts in Greater Lafayette area

1953

1.  Significant long-track F4 tornado in April

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1954

1.  Summer heat & drought

2.  June 26 derecho

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1955

1.  Backward spring with highly-damaging freeze in April

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1956

1.  March 6 tornadoes

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1957

1.  Very wet year

2.  Significant ice storm in early April

3.  April 26 severe weather outbreak

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1958

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1959

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1960

1.  Record cold March

2.  Rough cold, snowy winter of 1959-60

3.  May 6 severe weather

4.  July 3 severe weather 

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1961

1.  Historic, significant, record-late April snowstorm

2.  Latest freeze on record

3.  March 6 tornadoes

4.  July 21 tornadoes

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1962

1.  March 11 tornadoes

2.  April 30 significant severe weather outbreak

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1963

1.  Rough cold, snowy winter of 1962-63

2.  Summer-fall drought

3.  Record cool weather in August

4.  Record fall warmth

5.  April-June severe weather including violent F4 April 17

1964

1.  June Serial Derecho with 90 mph wind gust at Purdue Airport

2.  Rough cold, snowy winter of 1963-64 with January near-blizzard

3.  Summer drought

4.  Big March ice storm

5.  Historic record cool weather in August with record cold into early Fall

1965

1.  Palm Sunday 1965 tornado outbreak

2.  August 25-26 Derecho

3.  Record cold in late August with some patchy frost

4.  February big snowstorm

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1966

1.  Unusually late frosts & freezes in spring (especially highly-damaging May freeze with latest 25 on record)

2.  Summer heat & drought

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1967

1.  January 26-27 blizzard & ice storm

2.  Unusually cool weather in July with streak of record cool weather

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1968

1.  High-damaging May freeze

2.  April 14 severe weather with tornadoes

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1969

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1970

1.  July Serial Derecho

2.  Intense summer heat

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1971

1.  Driest April on record with record-early planting wrap-up for the time

2.  June 11 large hailstorms

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1972

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1973

1.  Crippling December snowstorm

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1974

1.  April 3, 1974 Super Outbreak

2.  June 20 significant severe weather outbreak

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1975

1.  January Derecho with unusual warmth & gradient wind event

2.  Very cloudy winter

3.  June 15 severe weather outbreak

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1976

1.  March 1976 violent West Lafayette F4 tornado

2.  Record spring warmth

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1977

1.  Brutal 1976-77 winter

2.  Hot, excessively muggy summer

3.  Warmest May on record

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1978

1.  Blizzard of January 1978

2.  Brutal 1977-78 winter

3.  June severe weather with tornadoes

4.  Late, damaging April freeze

5.  June 25 severe weather outbreak with tornadoes

1979

1.  Rough snowy, cold winter of 1978-79

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1980

1. June severe weather outbreaks

2.  Intense heat waves with excessive humidity (worst until 1995)

3.  July 4-5 derecho

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1981

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1982

1.  Record warm Christmas

2.  Very snowy, brutal 1981-82 winter

3.  Backward spring with highly-damaging freeze in April (like 2007)

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1983

1.  1982-83 unusually mild winter

2.  Coldest Christmas on record

3.  Historically very hot, dry summer

4.  Very backward spring with record warmth, then record cold rest of spring

5.  July 19-20 derecho

1984

1.  Record warmth in December

2.  February 27 big snowstorm

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1985

1. Historic February 1985 Arctic Outbreak

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1986

1.  Record late April heat

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1987

1.  December "Bomb" with high wind event, warmth, rain, t'storms & snow

2.  April 14 severe weather with tornadoes

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1988

1.  The 1988 Drought with hottest June temperature on record in Greater Lafayette (105).

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1989

1.  Historic December 1989 Arctic Outbreak

2.  Record heat April

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1990

1.  Record early spring warmth & very backward spring

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1991

1.  Historic March ice storm

2.  November Arctic Outbreak

3.  Hot, dry summer with drought

1992

1.  Late June frost (nothing like it since 1842)

2.  June 17 severe weather outbreak

3.  Record early spring warmth then very backward spring

4.  Unusually cool summer

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1993

1.  Wet summer

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1994

1.  Historic January 1994 Arctic Outbreak

2.  Violent April 26 West Lafayette F4 tornado

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1995

1.  Hot summer with deadly summer heat waves of excessive humidity

2.  Excessively wet spring with very late planting season

3.  Deadly May tornadoes

4.  Early freeze in September with earliest occurrence of below 30 on record

5.  May 13 severe weather including deadly Montgomery County tornado

1996

1.  March snowstorm

2.  Snowy, cold winter

3.  Very wet spring

4.  April severe weather outbreak

5.  October derecho

1997

1.  Wet, cool spring to flash drought with heat wave

2.  Backward spring....damaging April freeze

3.  January 15 major winter storm

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1998

1.  December Progressive Derecho

2.  Record late autumn to early winter warmth

3.  July 22 flash flooding

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1999

1.  January snowstorm & Arctic blast

2.  Heat & drought & deadly July heat wave with excessive humidity

3.  Unusually warm, dry Fall

4.  Earliest last freeze on record for much of the area

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2000

1.  Unusually cold December

2.  Wet summer

3.  Record February to early March warmth

4.  March winter storm with freeze damage to vegetation

5.  August derecho

2001

1.  July derecho

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2002

1.  June 4 severe weather outbreak

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2003

1.  Year of the Flood:  summer & fall floods

2.  Record cold with patchy frost in early June

3.  July 4 severe weather

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2004

1.  More summer flooding

2.  July derecho

3.  Cool summer, especially August

4.  May 30 severe weather outbreak

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2005

1.  Extremely vital tropical remnants (for rainfall)

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2006

1.  One of the warmest Januarys on record

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2007

1.  February blizzard

2.  Backward Spring:  Very warm, then highly-damaging freeze to vegetation

3.  April severe weather outbreak

4.  Summer heat & drought

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2008

1.  Winter-spring flooding

2.  January ice storm

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2009

1.  Unusually cool summer

2.  March severe weather outbreak

3.  February Arctic blast with coldest temperature since January 1999

4.  February severe weather with winds to +80 mph

5.  Coolest July 4 since 1882

2010

1.  June Serial Derecho

2.  Wet, excessively muggy summer

3.  June 5-6 tornadoes

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2011

1.  July rare heatbursts

2.  Significant January 31-February 2 winter storm with thunder snow, ice, sleet & white-out conditions with howling winds

3.  Very snowy winter 2010-11 (snowiest since 1982)

4.  Record heat in early September

5.  April derecho

2012

1.  Very hot summer with drought

2.  June derecho

3.  Record March "heat wave"

2013

1.  November 17 tornado outbreak

2.  June derecho

3.  March 25 snowstorm

2014

1.  2013-14 brutal, extremely snowy winter (second snowiest on record)

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3.  Unusually cool summer with especially cool weather in July

4.  Unusually cold November

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2015

1.  Very wet summer with flooding

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2016

1.  End of December 2016-Early January 2017 Arctic outbreak

2.  June derecho

3.  August tornado outbreak

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2017

1.  Unusually warm February with an incredible 10 days in the 60s to even around 70

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2018

1.  Easter snowfall

2.  Record hot Memorial Day

3.  Unusually cold spring with record cold in March

4.  Lack of any severe weather

5.  Unusually cold fall with record number of snowfall events & cold, cold temperatures

2019

1.  Extreme Arctic blast with near-record wind chills in January with very long snow season from October to April

2.  Very late planting season with wet, wet winter & spring

3.  Summer flash drought

4.  Record warmth around Christmas

5.  Unusually cold & snowy November to mid-December

2020

1.  Two damaging spring freezes with record cold in April & May (nearly all fruit crops completely wiped out for 2020 season)

2.  Arctic blast in late January with peaches wiped out for a second year in a row

3.  Record warmth in November to early December

4.  Hottest summer since 1995 with drought & unusually low lake & river levels

5.  August Derecho

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Warmest weather since December is ahead with good timing with the weekend rainfall...
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Indiana Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 660071

Reported Deaths: 12531
CountyCasesDeaths
Marion904161633
Lake48298874
Allen35720633
Hamilton31970396
St. Joseph29796510
Elkhart25331412
Vanderburgh21192377
Tippecanoe19927199
Johnson16312356
Porter15917269
Hendricks15785300
Clark11913180
Madison11717315
Vigo11562229
Monroe10300159
Delaware9824179
LaPorte9739196
Howard9038195
Kosciusko8539108
Bartholomew7424147
Hancock7399130
Warrick7399150
Floyd7180167
Wayne6622191
Grant6413157
Boone606888
Morgan6066124
Dubois5890111
Dearborn544466
Cass542899
Marshall5414104
Henry541392
Noble508476
Jackson464165
Shelby459890
Lawrence4174111
Gibson400981
Harrison397863
Clinton394453
Montgomery385083
DeKalb384378
Knox356285
Miami356163
Whitley348435
Huntington341876
Steuben337455
Wabash330576
Putnam328259
Ripley326461
Adams322149
Jasper314843
White297152
Jefferson293773
Daviess285096
Fayette271156
Decatur270188
Greene260780
Posey260431
Wells257174
Scott250050
LaGrange240770
Clay240344
Randolph225376
Spencer216930
Jennings214344
Washington209927
Sullivan202939
Fountain201042
Starke187250
Owen181953
Fulton177937
Jay177528
Carroll176218
Perry173335
Orange170950
Rush164322
Vermillion160141
Franklin159135
Tipton145941
Parke138615
Pike127432
Blackford120527
Pulaski106544
Newton96531
Brown94839
Benton91713
Crawford90313
Martin80114
Warren75312
Switzerland7527
Union66910
Ohio52911
Unassigned0433

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