Weather today – RAMPAGING NATURE: MIDWEST HIT HARD BY SPRING DISASTERS

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The most devastating series of tornadoes in many decades rips through six mid-Western states. In the wake of the twisters, there are nearly 250 dead. Damages are mounting to hundreds of millions.
To the West there was more tragedy as the swollen Mississippi River rose a foot every four hours. At sections along its banks, the famous “Father of Waters” was more than 27 feet at crest….13 feet above flood stage. IOWA, WISCONSIN, ARKANSAS, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, and MICHIGAN were all hard hit. Date: 4/12/1965

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