Monday, October 31, 2011

[californiadisasters] On This Date In CA Weather History (October 31)

On This Date In California Weather History....

2003: This was the last day that no measurable rain fell in San Diego for 181 consecutive days.
This second longest dry streak on record began on 5.3.

1995: The Bakersfield Weather Service Office issued its last products as forecast responsibility was transferred to the San Joaquin Valley Weather Forecast Office in Hanford.

1987: Heavy rain hit Mt. Wilson with 3.14 inches in 24 hours.
Numerous mudslides occurred in the area.
Three died and 25 were injured in weather-related auto accidents.
2.34 inches fell in Mt. Laguna, 1.28 inches in Alpine, and 1.10 inches in El Cajon causing minor flooding problems.

1974: A funnel cloud was sighted southeast of Castle AFB in Merced.

1949: Fresno had its latest 90-degree day.

It was 34° in Santa Ana, the lowest temperature on record for October.
This also occurred on 10.21.1949 and 10.12.1924.

Source: NWS Hanford & San Diego

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