Massive Tornadic Storm Just Misses Dallas; Extreme Heat in South Florida, Cuba
Posted: 8:09 AM EDT on April 27, 2015
Near-record atmospheric moisture for late April teamed up with an extremely strong jet stream to produce a fearsome night of severe weather over north Texas, mainly south of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Fort Lauderdale International Airport broke its all-time April heat record with 96°F, while Miami tied its April record with the same reading.
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The Miami April of 1988 was considerably warm. On this date of that year, Miami recorded a high of 92 degrees, marking a record eighth day of 90 degree heat in April. To the north, however, the Washington D.C. area received snowfall even with temperatures well into the 40s and 50s when it began snowing.
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