19 May


US Weather events

US Weather events

1780 241 yrs ago
"The infamous ""dark day"" in New England tradition. At noon it was nearly as dark as night. Chickens went to roost, and many persons were fearful of divine wrath. The phenomena was caused by forest fires to the west of New England. (David Ludlum)"
1955 66 yrs ago
Lake Maloya NM received 11.28 inches of rain in 24 hours to establish a state record. (The Weather Channel)
1975 46 yrs ago
Thunderstorms produced golf ball size hail and wind gusts to 110 mph in Minnesota, between Fridley and Hugo. Fifty persons were injured. The hail and high winds destroyed fifty mobile homes, and a dozen aircraft, and also destroyed a third of the Brighton Elementary School. (The Weather Channel)
1987 34 yrs ago
Thunderstorms in Texas produced thirteen inches of rain northwest of Lavernia. The heavy rain, along with golf ball size hail, destroyed eighty percent of the crops in the area, while high winds toppled trees. Golf ball size hail was also reported south of Dallas and around San Antonio. Up to eight inches of rain drenched Guadelupe County. (The National Weather Summary)
1988 33 yrs ago
Severe thunderstorms in southwest Texas produced hail as large as tennis balls around Midland, with the hail accumulating up to a foot deep. Showers and thunderstorms in the Middle Atlantic Coast Region produced 3.5 inches of rain near Schuylkill PA. (The National Weather Summary)
1989 32 yrs ago
Thunderstorms developing ahead of a cold front spawned ten tornadoes from Illinois to Tennessee during the afternoon and night. Snow, wind and cold prevailed in the Northern Plateau Region and the Northern Rockies. Dixie, ID, was blanketed with nine inches of snow, winds gusted to 87 mph at Choteau MT, and the temperature at Crater Lake, OR, dipped to 11 degrees. (Storm Data)
1990 31 yrs ago
Thunderstorms deluged Hot Springs AR with thirteen inches of rain in nine hours resulting in a devastating flood. Two waves of water, four to six feet deep, swept down Central Avenue flooding stores and the famous bathhouses on Bathhouse Row. Water released from Lake Hamilton devastated the area between it and Remmel Dam. The 500 foot Carpenter Dam Bridge across Lake Catherine was completely washed away, as were cabins and mobile homes near the lake, many of which flowed right over the top of Remmel Dam. (The National Weather Summary)
Fuente de datos: http://www.weatherforyou.com/


World records

World records


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F5 tornadoes

F5 tornadoes

1960 61 yrs ago
Wamego, Kansas 2021 fatalities
Rated F5 by Grazulis as two farms were swept away.
Rated F5/EF5, or mentioned as a possible F5/EF5 by tornado expert Thomas P. Grazulis


Deadly earthquakes

Deadly earthquakes

19.05.1938 17:08 UTC 83 yrs ago
Indonesia (mapa) , 49.4 km deep Magnitud: 7.5
Secondary effectstsunami
Total deaths resulting from an earthquake (Utsu catalog)8

19.05.1940 04:36 UTC 81 yrs ago
United States (mapa) , 15 km deep Magnitud: 6.9 UK
Total deaths resulting from an earthquake (Utsu catalog)9
Total deaths resulting from an earthquake (Emergency Events Database)9

19.05.1962 14:58 UTC 59 yrs ago
Mexico (mapa) , 35 km deep Magnitud: 6.7
Secondary effectstsunami
Total deaths resulting from an earthquake (Utsu catalog)30





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