27 Mar 1913, Page 1 – The Washington Post at Newspapers.com

28 Mar 1913, 6 – The Baltimore Sun at Newspapers.com

27 Mar 1913, Page 1 – Harrisburg Telegraph at Newspapers.com

24 Mar 1913, 1 – Evening Times-Republican at Newspapers.com

25 Mar 1913, Page 5 – Reading Times at Newspapers.com

Easter Sunday 1913 was one of the worst days on record in the US, with thousands dead in floods and tornadoes. Omaha, Nebraska was largely destroyed by a tornado.

28 Mar 1913, 2 – Brookville Headlight at Newspapers.com

Storms struck from Oklahoma to New York.

24 Mar 1996, 8 – The Vincennes Sun-Commercial at Newspapers.com

25 Mar 1913, 6 – The Los Angeles Times at Newspapers.com

23 Mar 1913, Page 9 – The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times at Newspapers.com

Easter Sunday brought tornadoes from coast to coast.

The true story of our national calamity of flood, fire and tornado … – Logan Marshall – Google Books

The worst flooding in Ohio history also occurred in 1913.

09 Dec 1913, 3 – The Los Angeles Times at Newspapers.com

28 Mar 1913, 6 – The Baltimore Sun at Newspapers.com

27 Mar 1913, Page 1 – The Washington Post at Newspapers.com

27 Mar 1913, Page 1 – Harrisburg Telegraph at Newspapers.com

24 Mar 1913, 1 – Evening Times-Republican at Newspapers.com

25 Mar 1913, Page 5 – Reading Times at Newspapers.com

The world’s record temperature of 134F was set in California on July 10, 1913.

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From August 1 to September 7, 1913 Nebraska was over 100 degrees every day but one.

This picture was taken near where I bought my first house – in Richmond, Texas. The flood crest was 56 feet on December 11, 1913.

via Real Climate Science

Posted on March 28, 2021 by tonyheller

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March 27, 2021 at 09:09PM