During the widespread tornado outbreak of November 21-23, 1992, 11 tornadoes traveled through parts of Georgia. Two were rated F4. We look at one of those destructive tornadoes in this summary. The path length was 20 miles through parts of Cobb and Cherokee Counties in the northern Atlanta suburbs. Read the full summary here!
Highlighting a Tornado Before 1950
from Significant Tornadoes by Thomas Grazulis!
November 22, 1874: Grazulis documents an F4 with a 23 mile path from 5 miles SW of Tuscumbia, AL to near “Brickville.” About one third of Tuscumbia was damaged/destroyed. 12 were killed in the town, some in “mansions.” The twister destroyed a railroad bridge and derailed a train a few minutes later. Some passengers were injured.
There is more weather phenomenon than just tornadoes?
On This Day in OTHER weather history!
On this day in 1890, Charles de Gaulle, French soldier, writer, statesman, and architect of France’s Fifth Republic, was born in Lille, France. He died in 1970. Source: Britannica.
Film & TV
On this day in 1984, Fred Rogers of PBS “Mr Rogers Neighborhood” presents a sweater to Smithsonian Institution! Get more daily history at onthisday.com!
On this day in 1997, INXS singer Michael Hutchence was found dead in his hotel suite in Sydney. He was 37. Hutchence body was found at 11.50am naked behind the door to his room. He had apparently hanged himself with his own belt and the buckle broke away and his body was found kneeling on the floor and facing the door. It had been suggested that his death resulted from an act of auto eroticism, no forensic or other evidence to substantiate that suggestion was found. Get into the groove with more music trivia at thisdayinmusic.com!
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