Tornadoes And Floods On May 13, 1886

On May 13, 1886 the Midwest was ravaged by deadly floods and tornadoes. A massive hailstorm occurred in Spain which killed dozens of people.  That year went on to be the most active hurricane season in US history with seven landfalls, including three in June – something which hasn’t happened in the past 30 years.

14 May 1886, 1 – Chicago Tribune at

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2 Responses to Tornadoes And Floods On May 13, 1886

  1. I remember that well….does anyone else?

  2. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    Also on May 13 (2022)
    As the fall of the US continues……

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