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He also experimented with hygrometers used to determine relative humidity , and worked extensively on the collection of climate data, ensuring that the Lewis and Clark Expedition did the same. April 13, The Savannah River near Clyo crests at April 13, Severe thunderstorms moved through parts of southeast Georgia, producing wind damage and hail as large as golf balls in Liberty and Long County. The track of the tornado is 8 miles long and yards wide.

Although there was damage to trees and some structures, fortunately nobody was injured. April 14, The Savannah airport receives 3. April 14, The heaviest hailstone on record of 2. April 15, The Charleston Airport receives it greatest calendar day rainfall in April, when 4.

April 15, Strong offshore wind results in blow-out tides in the Fort Pulaski area. April 15, An F2 tornado is on the ground for 3 miles near Ulmer, SC in Allendale County, destroying twenty acres of watermelons and rolling over a large tractor several times.

April 15, Severe thunderstorms produced 3 separate F1 tornadoes in Colleton County, resulting in 7 injuries. Thunderstorms winds also reached 60 mph in downtown Charleston. April 16, Charleston reported their latest freeze on record, with a temperature of 32 degrees.

There were also reports of up to 3 inches of snow near Lake Moultrie. It destroys a turpentine plant and numerous homes, and unfortunately there were deaths and injuries. April 16, The temperature falls to 32 degrees at the Savannah Airport, the latest date of a freeze at that location. April 16, Strong offshore wind results in blow-out tides along many coastal areas.

April 17, The temperature at the Savannah Airport reaches 95 degrees, which ties it for the hottest in April at that site. April 17, Unusually high tides occur in the Fort Pulaski area resulting in minor coastal flooding.

April 18, Today is the last day of a stretch of straight days where the temperature failed to reach 80 degrees in downtown Charleston; its longest streak on record. April 18, What was a single tornado touches down in at least 9 areas as it moves east-northeast through Georgia. About 30 people were injured, but miraculously, no one was killed.

The tornado, rated an F2 traveled about 16 miles from rural Long County into Liberty County, hitting near the town of Fleming. Four homes were completely destroyed and 1 person was injured. When the tornado was moving through Liberty County, it was traveling more than 40 mph. It had one of the longest tracks of any tornado in Georgia, at close to miles. The time between the first and last appearance of the tornado was about 7 hours.

April 18, Just two days after blow-out tides occurred, an unusually high tide results in flooding over parts of coastal Georgia.

April 19, An F1 tornado injures 2 and damages an house and or practically destroys 7 mobile homes, including one that flipped several times and was thrown into a nearby pond. There are also 2 brief F0 tornadoes that cause minor damage to the east of Metter and in Bulloch County north of Pulaski. April 19, Unusually high tides occur, with flooding in parts of downtown Charleston and erosion along the South Carolina coast.

The renourishment project that earlier occurred at Folly Beach is completely ruined by the high tides and erosion. April 19, An outbreak of severe weather hits parts of the area, with 39 reports of wind damage. April 19, An unseasonably deep upper level trough of low pressure and associated surface low pressure affected the region during the early to mid afternoon hours. Very strong low to mid-level wind fields and ample forcing contributed to the development of a strong squall line of thunderstorms, which produced widespread damaging winds ahead of a surface cold front tracking east through Southeast South Carolina.

There were several dozens of reports of severe weather as a result. April 20, The latest freeze occurs at the Charleston Airport on this date. April 20, But in contrast the highest April temperature at the Charleston Airport occurs on this date when the temperature reaches 95 degrees.

April 20, Two days of rain generates as much as 3 to 5 inches across many areas from Beaufort and Jasper County into much of southeast Georgia. April 21, A waterspout was sighted about 2 to 3 miles off the coast of Isle of Palms. April 21, Large hail fell in various areas of southern South Carolina and southeast Georgia, while strong thunderstorm winds forced a sailboat to run aground at the jetties near the entrance to the Charleston Harbor.

April 22, The temperature of 41 degrees in downtown Charleston that occurred on this date is the coldest temperature at that location so late in the spring season.

April 22, An F1 tornado is on the ground for around 5 miles as it skirts the eastern portions of the Savannah city limits before dissipating as it reaches the Savannah River. There are no reports of injuries or fatalities. George in Dorchester County. April 22, One inch hail fell in parts of Effingham County, Georgia. April 23, Severe weather hits parts of southeast Georgia, including an F1 tornado that touches down at least three times near Hilltonia along its 6 mile path.

There were also winds near 70 mph in a severe storm in parts of Screven County, and an F2 in Tattnall County that demolishes 3 mobiles homes and injures 3 people north of Glennville. April 23, Downtown Charleston reaches its hottest April temperature on record at 94 degrees. April 23, Five swimmers caught in rip currents were rescued at Tybee Island. April 23, A severe thunderstorm produces a wind gust of 67 mph at the south end of Tybee Island. April 23, The second big rain event in just a few days impacts the area, with many places receiving more than 3 inches of rainfall.

The greatest amounts this time were in the Charleston area, where over 4 to 5 inches occurred. April 24, Today is the last day of a stretch of straight days where the temperature failed to reach 80 degrees in the Savannah area; it's longest streak on record.

April 24, The temperature at the Savannah airport reaches 94 degrees, the second highest on record for the month of April in the Savannah area. April 25, An F4 tornado kills at least 40 people and injures at least in southeast Georgia. The tornado had an average path width of yards and a path length of 55 miles. It reached a path width of 1 mile in Bulloch County, where 31 people were killed. April 25, Beaufort, South Carolina reaches their hottest April temperature on record with a reading of 95 degrees.

April 25, Severe thunderstorms impacted parts of southeast GA, with numerous reports of trees and powerlines down in several different counties. One of the storms produced a wind gust of 81 mph at the Savannah airport and damaged several aircrafts. Storms also produced a wind gust of 91 mph on an elevated crane and knocked over a shipping crane at the GA Ports Authority.

April 25, A small M0. April 26, There are 4 reported tornadoes that impact parts of the SC Lowcountry in about an hours time. An F0 tornado also occurs south of Givhans in Dorchester County. April 27, An F1 tornado struck the Statesboro Airport, damaging 4 planes and leaving them placed in a circle. April 27, The temperature at the Savannah Airport reaches 95 degrees, which ties it for the hottest in April at that site.

April 27, The temperature at Summerville, South Carolina reaches 96 degrees, the hottest in April for that site. April 28, The river level on the South Santee near Jamestown fell to 1.

April 28, An F0 tornado near Canadys in Colleton County moved a tornado off its foundation, and damaged roofs to a barn and garage. April 28, Downtown Charleston receives 3.

April 28, Strong offshore wind results in blow-out tides in the Fort Pulaski area. April 29, In the southeast part of Texas, the community of Taylor is deluged with 2. April 29, The low temperature of 45 degrees in downtown Charleston is the coldest so late in the spring season. April 30, The Savannah Airport gets dumped on with 5. April 30, The month ends as the warmest April on record for both the Charleston airport and the Savannah airport.

At Charleston the mean monthly temperature was May 2, The coldest recorded May temperatures occur at both the Charleston and Savannah airports. Charleston drops to 36 degrees and Savannah falls to 39 degrees. May 3, Large tornadoes sweep through the Charleston Harbor, when a British fleet of 40 sails were at anchor. It raised a wave 12 feet high, leaving many vessels on their beam ends. Four people drowned. May 3, A 10 mile long F1 tornado moves through Hampton County, traveling from near Estill to an area south of Varnville before dissipating.

Two mobile homes were destroyed in the Beaufort County tornado, while a 48 foot fishing boat sank off Hilton Head Island during severe thunderstorms a short time later. Meanwhile, there are 4 other tornadoes that occurred in southeast GA. An F1 near Excelsior in Candler County, an F2 that tracks 20 miles through Bulloch County from near Register to near the Screven County line which injures 30, destroys 30 homes and also produces golf ball sized hail.

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If you're interested in becoming a Storm Spotter, go to our webpage for more information. More Details May 4, Severe thunderstorms that knocked homes off their foundations in Lee County of SC weakened by the time they reached the local area. However, they did produce winds as high as 30 mph at the Savannah airport and 23 mph at the airport in Charleston.

May 4, A cluster of strong to severe thunderstorms developed over Dorchester County, racing east at 50 mph. Several funnel clouds developed in the cluster, with three of them briefly touching the ground as F0 tornadoes. The first occurred just outside St. One was a high end EF-1 near Garden City outside of Savannah, with maximum winds of mph that injured 5 people. It likely developed as a waterspout on the Wilmington River, before moving onshore and hitting the Savannah Yacht Club on Whitemarsh Island.

The tornado travelled eastward for more than 2 miles, before dissipating near the Goodwill Store on Wilmington Island. May 5, A severe thunderstorm produces golf ball sized hail and heavy rains in Savannah. There is water damage in some buildings and downed trees crushed two cars. May 5, Severe weather impacts the area from the lower Ohio Valley to the Carolinas and Virginia. Storms weakened as they reached the local area, but still did produce a wind gust of 39 mph at the Charleston airport.

May 6, Temperatures across the area reached the mid and upper 90s; including 99 degrees from a Cooperative Observer near Millen. There was also roof damage to homes and an industrial plant, and the tornado displaced pound bales of steel wire at the plant. No Injuries were reported. May 7, A mile wide tornado destroys the town of Natchez, Mississippi about noontime, leaving people dead. This was the worst tornado in the history of the United States that occurred before the establishment of the Weather Bureau.

May 7, The observation site in Savannah receives 2. May 7, A brief F0 tornado touches down near St. Stephen in Berkeley County, SC. May 7, Lifeguards on Isle of Palms report several cuts in the sandbar and gulleys in various places along the beach.

The result is several rip currents, including 1 where a 20 year old drowns after being caught in a rip current just north of the county park. May 8, The record low temperature of 43 degrees for the date at the Savannah airport is its coldest so late in the spring season. May 8, Shortly after midnight an F1 tornado briefly touches down near St. Stephen in Berkeley County, with the portion of a roof taken off and numerous trees snapped off and uprooted. Later that day a brief F0 tornado touches down in the Savannah area and causes minor damage to a local mall.

May 8, A strong onshore flow resulted in several rip currents along coastal GA. Tybee Island Ocean Rescue reported several rip currents that were 25 to 40 feet wide and going out feet from shore along Tybee Beach between 16th and 17th Street.

May 8, The lifeguards at the county park on Isle of Palms reported several rip currents throughout the day, including 5 rescues near the pier. May 9, Severe storms knocked down several trees in a few counties from Berkeley County to Chatham County. May 10, For the third consecutive year on this date, the town of Codell, Kansas is struck by a tornado.

May 10, The Cooperative Observer near Millen records a maximum temperature of degrees. A total of four tornadoes were reported, with the first an F0 that occurred northeast of St. A second F0 formed a short time later near Summerville, followed by the F2 that was on the ground for 10 miles, and finally another F0 near St. Stephen in Berkeley County. There were homes damaged 17 destroyed, major damage, and the remainder had minor damage. Areas hardest hit were Frankie Lane and Royale Road, where numerous mobile homes were located.

There was a 90 year old female who was injured severely when her mobile home was flipped and thrown more than 40 feet. She died several hours later. Several eye witnesses reported seeing vortices rotating around the main funnel. This fact was born out by the damage pattern in several areas.

May 11, Today marks the anniversary of the so-called Mothers Day Tornado Outbreak, with reports of 5 tornadoes, wind damage and severe hail in the local area. May 12, Downtown Charleston receives 4. May 12, A world record rain occurs when a mind-boggling 7. Meanwhile locally, it was a dry and warm day with highs in the middle 80s.

May 12, Widespread severe weather occurs during the pre-dawn and early morning hours across southeast GA, including 4 tornadoes. The second was an F1 near Rincon and Springfield that killed 3 and injured 5 others. The next was an F1 near Denmark that kills 6 and injures 5. Miraculously there were 6 family members that escaped serious injury as their trailed blew their trailer ft into a tree and disintegrating it.

In Chatham County on Wilmington Island a boat house and four boats are severely damaged by a severe storm. May 13, Unusually high tides occur in the Fort Pulaski area, resulting in coastal flooding over parts of southeast GA.

May 14, The temperature of 98 degrees at the airport in Savannah is not only a record for the date, but also the hottest so early in the year for that location.

May14, An outbreak of severe weather impacts the area with 48 reports of hail and wind damage. May 14, A small M1. May 15, A severe thunderstorm produced 2 inch hail and also a brief F0 tornado that caused a tied down mobile home to be blown off its foundation in Cross, SC. May 15, Many parts of southeast Georgia were hit with severe storms, producing hail as large as golf balls near the Savannah Airport and also near Garden City, GA.

May 16, Jamestown, South Carolina is deluged by continuous thunderstorms with 7 inches of rain in less than 3 hours. May 16, A waterspout was sighted several miles off the coast of Tybee Island. May 17, Severe thunderstorms produced sporadic wind damage across parts of southeast Georgia. May 18, The temperature of 98 in downtown Charleston is not only a record for the date, but also the hottest so early in the year for that location.

May 18, Mount Saint Helens in the state of Washington erupted, spewing ash and smoke sixty-three thousand feet into the air. Small ash particles were carried to the Atlantic coast. Fortunately no one was injured. May 19, The airport at Savannah receives 4. May 19, The temperature of 43 degrees at the airport in Charleston is not only a record low for the date, but also the coldest so late in the spring season. May 19, The Tybee Island lifeguards reported multiple rip currents and 1 assist of a swimmer caught in a rip current, the result of onshore winds, small but long period swells and the recent perigee.

May 19, The Charleston airport experiences 4. May 20, The temperature in downtown Charleston falls to 45 degrees, making it the coldest May day in recorded history. May 20, Golf ball sized hail damages cars, trucks and considerable crops in Claxton, GA. May 20, A brief F0 tornado touches down on Tybee island, causing damage to trees.

The first near St. Stephen and the second in Bonneau. May 20, A widespread severe weather outbreak hits the area, with a phlethora of reports of hail and wind damage. This includes a report of hail in Smoaks, SC as large as 3 inches in diameter. May 20, Tropical Storm Alberto develops about miles east southeast of Charleston and moves south.

Highest winds were 46 mph at the buoy at Grays Reef. May 20, A M1. May 21, The temperature at the Charleston airport and in downtown Charleston climbs to 99 degrees. The airport temperature is the highest in May, while the downtown temperature ties the May record. May 22, The greatest 1 day rainfall in May occurs at the Charleston airport, when they receive 6. May 22, A M1. May 23, A small F2 tornado touched down at the Savannah Golf Club, and unfortunately injures two people.

May 23, The greatest 1 day rainfall in May for downtown Charleston occurs, when they receive 5. Three crew members went missing and unfortunately were presumed to be dead. May 24, Gabriel Fahrenheit is born in Germany. He made the first reliable thermometers, and the temperature scale he created is named after him.

More Details May 24, Strong thunderstorms produced wind gusts as high as 45 mph at the Savannah airport and 39 mph at the Charleston airport. May 25, A tropical depression moves across southeast Georgia into South Carolina, resulting in heavy rains and flooding. May 25, Today marks the earliest recorded temperature of degrees at the Savannah airport, which later happened in May 25, A small F1 tornado hits the city of Charleston about miles east of the center of Tropical Depression Alma.

May 25, Two girls in Savannah suffered minor injuries when lightning struck nearby and there is widespread flooding of streets and basements in the city. May 25, Today is the last day of a stretch of straight days where the temperature failed to reach 90 degrees in downtown Charleston; it's longest streak on record.

May 25, A 23 year old male drowned due to a possible rip current between Stations 23 and 24 on Sullivans Island. May 25, Strong westerly winds in wake of a cold front produces blow-out tides in Charleston Harbor and the immediate near shore waters. May 25, Today ties the record for the earliest recorded temperature of degrees at the Savannah airport, which also happened in May 26, The Canoochee River near Claxton peaks at This is the second highest since records began, and floods homes in the area.

May 26, A waterspout is sighted 1 mile east of Tybee Island. May 26, Sub-tropical storm Beryl was situated far out in the Atlantic, but its associated swell energy at the beaches resulted in rip currents and 48 rip current related rescues on Tybee Island.

May 26, The temperature at the Savannah airport reaches degrees, making it the hottest recorded temperature on record at that location. May 27, Unusually hot weather impacted the southeast states, with ten cities reporting record highs for the date.

Locally, it reached a record high for the date of 98 degrees at both the Charleston and Savannah airports. Associated swell energy and strengthening onshore winds resulted in numerous reports of rip currents on Tybee Island. May 27, The hottest May temperature on record is observed in downtwown Charleston, when the temperature reaches degrees. May 28, The 48 degree reading at the airport in Savannah and the 45 degree reading at the airport in Charleston are their coldest temperatures so late in the spring season.

May 28, An F1 tornado moved northward through downtown Summerville, causing extensive damage to businesses over a 6 block area. May , Tropical Storm Bonnie impacts the area as it makes landfall as a tropical depression north of Isle of Palms, SC the morning of the 29th, makes a complete counter-clockwise loop before emerging into Bulls Bay, SC early on the 30th.

It then skirts the coast of far northern Charleston County the morning of the 30th, before pulling quickly away to the northeast. While there were wind gusts to as high as 40 mph in a few places, the biggest impacts occurred from torrential rains. Many locations received as much as 4 to 8 inches of rain, with the highest amount of an incredible This resulted in water entering some homes and businesses, and actually shut down parts of I due to the flooding rains.

May 28, The temperature at the Charleston airport reaches degrees, which tied the hottest recorded temperature at that location for the month of May. May 29, An F1 tornado causes damage to homes and trees as it travels almost 7 miles across St. Helena Island, SC. May 29, Tropical Depression Beryl, which hit northeast Florida as a strong tropical storm, then stalled in southern Georgia, turns back to the east and northeast.

It then moves through the entire forecast area before reaching the Atlantic early on May It produces winds over the coast and nearby Atlantic waters of greater than 50 mph. Rain amounts were as high as 5 to 6 inches in Jasper County, with reports of flooding in Jenkins County. At least 70 people needed to be rescued at Tybee Island due to rip currents.

More Details May 29, The temperature at the Charleston airport reaches degrees, which tied the hottest recorded temperature at that location for the month of May. May 30, The temperature at Savannah reaches degrees, tying it for the hottest in May.

May 30, Strong winds accompanied by heavy rain swept through the Savannah area, toppling partially complete concrete walls at a construction site and injuring 3 workers.

May 30, A 4 mile long F1 tornado moves across James Island, SC and damages or destroys several large road signs, uproots trees or snaps them off, and causes minor damage to several homes. Thankfully no injuries were reported. The tornado then passes into Charleston Harbor as a large waterspout.

May 31, A tropical storm makes landfall near Hilton Head Island. May 31, The temperature at the Savannah airport reaches degrees, tying it for the hottest in May. Also, the total rainfall at the Charleston airport from March 1 through May 31 was only 2. This is the lowest total on record for those 3 spring months. May 31, An F0 tornado travels northeast for more than 4 miles from near Cottageville then crosses the Edisto River and dissipates just inside Dorchester County, SC.

May 31, Several waterspouts are sighted off the coast of Tybee Island. May 31, One person drowns in a rip current on Hilton Head Island. May 31, An active day for waterspouts, with sightings 3 miles southeast of Fort Sumter, another near Fort Pulaski and a brief EF-0 tornado on Kiawah Island that may have initially developed as a waterspout before it moved onshore. More Details May 31, The month ends as the wettest May on record at the Savannah airport, with total rainfall for the month of May 31, The month ends as the wettest May on record at the Charleston airport, with a total rainfall for the month of The month ends as the warmest May on record for both the Charleston and Savannah airports, which featured a 7 day stretch of temperatures reaching near or above degrees in many areas during this time.

June 1, The temperature in downtown Charleston reaches degrees, making it the earliest to reach the century mark at that location. June 1, Tybee Island lifeguards reported numerous rip currents resulting in 3 rescues and 9 assists during the day. June 2, The coldest June temperature at the Charleston airport occurs, when the mercury drops to 50 degrees. June 2, Downtown Charleston records a temperature of degrees, tying it for the hottest temperature in recorded history.

Meanwhile, the Savannah airport also reaches degrees, making it the hottest in June for that location. June , A hurricane struck South Carolina with a glancing blow, resulting in trees and fences that were leveled in Charleston.

June 3, In the midst of an early season heat wave that lasted several days, temperatures around the area topped out over degrees. June 4, Waterspouts are sighted off the coast of Kiawah and Edisto Island. June 4, Severe thunderstorms produced numerous reports of wind damage and hail across southeast Georgia.

The hail was as large as the size of baseballs near Hinesville and as large as golf balls near McIntosh in Liberty County. June 4, Multicell thunderstorms developed within an unsatble and sheared environment with a nearby stationary front. There were reports of large hail, some as big as ping pong balls, and trees blown down at scattered locations. June 5, Today is the last day of a stretch of straight days where the temperature failed to reach 90 degrees at the Charleston airport; tying it for the longest streak on record.

June 5, One waterspout is sighted off the coast of Hilton Head Island, and later moves onshore as an F1 tornado that travels 3 miles across the island.

June 5, For the second day in a row severe storms impacted parts of southeast Georgia. Hail was reported as large as golf balls near Riceboro.

June 6, Downtown Charleston gets dumped on with 7. June 6 and 7, Tropical Storm Colin moves through the northeast Gulf of Mexico late on the 6th, across northern Florida after midnight, before emerging in the Atlantic off the coast of Georgia early on the 7th.

As much as inches of rain fell, there were reports of flash flooding in parts of Hampton and Jasper counties, and roads were closed in parts of downtown Charleston due to elevated tides. The highest winds were 43 knots at Buoy and 53 mph on Sapelo Island. June 6, A waterspout was spotted off the northern end of Tybee Island, and lasted approximately 7 minutes before dissipating.

June 7, A 19 year old male drowns after being caught in what is believed to have been a rip current at Tybee Island, GA. Wind gusts reached near 50 mph along the coast of SC, with moderate erosion along the coast reported from Tybee Island to McClellanville.

A waterspout associated with the fringes of Abby moved onshore as a brief F0 tornado over the northeast part of Isle of Palms, SC. June 7, Severe thunderstorms destroyed several mobile homes in Jedburg, SC, while an F1 tornado skipped along for 4 miles in Dorchester County and causes considerable damage to trees, powerlines and one house. June 7, A funnel cloud that passed over the Carnes Crossroads in Berkeley County, touched down briefly 7 miles southwest of Moncks Corner as a F0 tornado, damaging a mobile home and nearby metal sheds.

June 7, For the second day in a row a waterspout occurs in the Cooper River. June 7, Four to five foot breakers lingering at the beaches from Tropical Storm Colin off the North Carolina coast produced a large rip current on the north end of Isle of Palms between 41st and 42nd Avenue.

Two separate individuals had to be rescued from the rip current. June 9, During the early morning a tropical storm moves across southeast Georgia and extreme southern South Carolina, before emerging in the Atlantic near Edisto Beach. June 9, A waterspout was observed on the northern end of Lake Moultrie, but dissipated before making landfall.

Also, two people were rescued in a rip current at the Folly Beach County Park. July 9, Tybee Ocean Rescue reports numerous rip currents occurring on the main section of the beach, extending offshore 30 to 50 yards.

One six-year old child was rescued before encountering the jetties. June 10, It is believed that Benjamin Franklin narrowly missed electrocution while flying a kite during a thunderstorm to determine if lightning is related to electricity. It causes a 90 percent loss to that years cotton crops. June 10, Two waterspouts are reported off the coast of Kiawah Island.

June 10, A severe thunderstorm produced 1. Unfortunately 7 people were injured near Bloomingdale in Chatham County as multiple vehicles ran into a tree that fell on Bloomingdale Road. June 11, The Charleston area receives record rainfall. Downtown Charleston receives not only its greatest June 1 day rainfall, but also its greatest 1 day rainfall for any month, when The Charleston airport receives 9.

June 11, Low pressure off the southeast coast produced numerous rip currents that required 4 rescues on Tybee Island. June 11, A teenager unfortunately drowns due to a rip tide in Skull Inlet, between the southern end of Fripp Island and the northern end of Pritchards Island.

June 12, An earthquake of intensity V is felt near Savannah. June 12, The morning low temperatures of 49 degrees at both the Savannah and in downtown Charleston is the coldest for the month of June. June 12, The morning low temperature of 50 degrees at the Charleston airport in the coldest for the month of June.

It caused considerable damage to trees and one dormitory, the evacuation of people and more than power power outages. June 12, The remnants of Tropical Storm Allison moved through the southeast states, producing 8 tornadoes in southern South Carolina. Fortunately none of them produced any major damage.

June 12, An F1 tornado that's on the ground for 3 miles causes numerous trees to be snapped or uprooted outside of Allendale and to the west of Seigling, SC. June 12, Four different waterspouts are reported near and off the coast of Folly Beach. June 12, There was a sighting of a short-lived waterspout off the coast of the Isle of Palms County Park. June 12, A waterspout was sighted just off the coast of Kiawah Island before dissipating.

Storm track was 1 mile long with tornado path 30 yards. Tree damage was observed at the MUSC Hospital parking lot as well as numerous cars damaged from flying debris at the hospital and nearby hotel parking lot. The tornado crossed Highway 17 and produced additional tree damage off Lockwood Blvd and damaged police cars at the Charleston Police station motorpool. Finally an F0 tornado touched down near Springfield, causing just minor damage.

June 13, A long lasting waterspout develops off the coast near the Folly Pier. June 13, After more than a week of showers and thunderstorms every day, excessive rainfall finally comes to an end.

On average there is as much as inches of rain across the area since June 4, but some areas received even higher amounts. Some of the higher amounts were June 14, Today is the last day of a stretch of straight days where the temperature failed to reach 90 degrees at the Charleston airport; tying it for the longest streak on record.

June 14, Seven tornadoes occur as the result of Tropical Storm Alberto. This includes an EF-1 in Chatham County. June 15, The minimum temperature at the airport in Savannah falls to only 83 degrees; its highest minimum temperature for the month of June on record. June 15, An F0 tornado briefly touches down in the Pinckney National Wildlife Refuge, causing very little damage.

June 15, The minimum temperature in downtown Charleston falls to only 84 degrees; its highest minimum temperature for the month of June on record. June 16, An F1 tornado moves through a recreational area on Hilton Head Island, destroying a mobile home and injuring four people.

June 16, Severe thunderstorms with wind damage and hail as large as 1. June 16, Northeast flow between knots persisted between a wedge of high pressure north of the region and low pressure over the Atlantic.

Conditions remained favorable through the day for rip currents along the southeast Georgia coast. As a result, Tybee Island lifeguards reported 6 rip current related rescues. June 17, The lowest recorded level occurs on the Canoochee River near Claxton, with a gage reading of 0. The Ohoopee River near Reidsville also records their lowest level, with a gage reading of 0.

June 17, A waterspout is sighted near the mouth of the Charleston Harbor. June17, A widespread severe weather event unfolded as a severe QLCS marched through the entire forecast area from north to south. Extreme instability with temperatures in the mid and upper 90s and dew points in the 70s, plus the approach of a pre-frontal surface trough and a positively tilted upper level trough caused wind damage reports in every county of the Charleston forecast area.

With over 90 reports of wind damage, this was the most extensive severe weather event in the local area since June 18, A sub-tropical storm moves across the Florida peninsula and passes just offshore of the GA and SC coasts, bringing with it as much as inches of rain in many locations.

June 18, Extremely high tides occur in the Charleston area, resulting in areas of coastal flooding. June 18, An outbreak of severe weather hits parts of the area during the late evening hours. There are 35 reports of wind damage as a result. June 18, A 46 year old man unfortunately drowns in what may have been a rip current at the beach on Tybee Island. There are 18 rip current related rescues that also occurred. June 19, Famed weather historian David Ludlum wrote that a large tornado formed over central New Jersey and hit the town of New Brunswick.

Debris was thrown into Manhattan, New York. Although the tornado unfortunately caused death and destruction, its occurrence proved fortunate for meteorologists that were able to study firsthand the track of such a storm. June 19, An F1 tornado struck a farm near Reidsville, demolishing one building and doing extensive damage to others.

More Details June 19, Two to four inches or rain occurs in a short period of time in the Charleston metro area. This happens unfortunately during the evening rush hour and at high tide. This creates significant flooding of roads and generates an extensive traffic nightmare with road closures and a few vehicles stranded in the rainwater.

June 19, Tybee Ocean Rescue reported numerous rip currents occurring along all portions of the Tybee Island coast with several rescues required. Meanwhile on Folly Beach there were 2 rip currents and 2 rescues that were necessary. June 19, For the second year in a row there are rip currents on Tybee Island, resulting in five rescues by the lifeguards. June 20, A waterspout is sighted 2 miles southeast of downtown Charleston. Five people that were inside were pulled to safety and not injured.

An adjacent business had the roof lifted up and windows blown out, while at the nearby Food Lion supermarket ceiling tiles were blown out of the building. There was also minor damage to the Ben Hazel Primary school and several trees were knocked down in and around the city. June 20, An impressive squall line developed as a strong shortwave interacted with a very unstable atmosphere, resulting in over 3 dozen severe weather reports, most of which were trees that were knocked down in several of our local counties.

June 21, An F1 tornado briefly touches down in Summerville and damages 6 homes. June 21, Extremely high tides occur in the Charleston area, resulting in areas of coastal flooding. June 21, The Charleston Tri-County area receives severe thunderstorms, some producing hail up to 1. There was unfortunately one injury. June 22, A category 1 hurricane hits near Charleston. June 22, An F1 tornado is on the ground for 2 miles as it moves through parts of the city of Hampton, SC.

Fortunately there is only minor roof damage along with numerous trees down. June 22, Significant flooding and beach erosion occurs along the coast of southern South Carolina and southeast Georgia. Tides were unusually high as a result of the Perigean Spring Tide. More Details June 22, Severe thunderstorms during the evening produced wind gusts of 64 mph and 68 mph at the Savannah airport. This would also be the last day in a stretch of about 9 or 10 straight days with the temperature of 95 degrees or higher across much of the area.

June 22, A short wave in the northwest flow aloft, plus the consolidations of upstream convection and ongoing boundaries in and near the area, led to the formation of two cold pooling MCS's. The first in the morning led to around 20 reports of severe weather, mainly due to damaging winds. There was also a 20 foot boat that capsized due to the strong winds and large waves off of Morris Island.

Three men were rescued by the Fire Department. The second MCS in the afternoon and evening produced close to three dozen reports of severe weather, with damaging winds the main hazard in several of the local counties.

June 23, The temperature falls to an all-time record low at the South Pole in Antarctica, when the mercury plummets to minus degrees Fahrenheit. Meanwhile locally on this date, thunderstorms dumped 2. June 23, Tybee Island lifeguards reported 3 rescues and 9 assists due to rip currents. June 23, The Savannah airport receives its greatest 1-day total, when an incredible 6.

June 24, Today is the last day of a stretch of straight days where the temperature failed to reach 90 degrees in the Savannah area; its longest streak on record. June 24, An F1 tornado briefly touches down south of Sylvania, damaging a few homes and a corn crop. June 24, Category 1 Hurricane Bob makes landfall near Fripp Island, producing 5 inches of rain at the Charleston airport. June 25, A tropical storm strengthens into a Category 1 hurricane as it moves north and northeast just off the Georgia and South Carolina coasts.

June 25, Four people are caught in a rip current on Sullivans Island. While 3 of them are rescued, the fourth unfortunately drowns. June 25, There was a magnitude 2. June 26, A waterspout is sighted about 2 miles off the coast of Isle of Palms.

June 26, An 18 year old male drowned when he was cuaght in a rip current on Tybee Island. June 26, A small child is rescued in a rip current near the Folly Beach Pier. Also, near Reevesville in Dorchester County, a severe thunderstorms produces golf ball sized hail. June 26, Severe thunderstorms produced hail as large as tennis balls, or around 2.

June 27, Summerville in South Carolina receives 8. June 27, An F1 tornado touches down in the old village area of Mt. Pleasant, SC, causing damage to several homes and uprooting numerous trees.

June 27, There are several rescues from rip currents on Tybee Island. More Details June 27, Three waterspouts are sighted a few miles off the southern end of Tybee Island. June 28, Downtown Charleston receives 3. June 28, A waterspout is reported about 5 to 10 miles off the coast of Hilton Head Island.

June 29, A thunderstorm produces nickel sized hail that covers lawns in Savannah. July 29, A severe thunderstorm destroys 5 mobile homes and damages 3 others 12 miles southeast of Reidsville, GA. Six workers living in the mobile homes suffered minor injuries. June 29, The Savannah airport receives a whopping 6.

June 29, A waterspout in the Wilmington River comes close to moving onshore near Thunderbolt outside of Savannah, before dissipating. June 29, There are reports of 2 waterspouts off Edisto Beach, another off the coast of Isle of Palms and yet another off the coast of Seabrook Island. It strikes the schooner "Alligator" and sinks it. June 30, Beaufort receives 7.

The average temperature for the month was More Details June 30, Excessive heat impacted many parts of southern South Carolina and southeast Georgia, with maximum heat indices of degrees. June 30, There was an unfortunate drowning on the north end of Isle of Palms, SC due to what may have been a rip current.

Also, a brief waterspout was sighted just off the coast of Hilton Head Island, while torrential rains produced 1. July 1, A tropical storm produces a tornado near the city of Charleston. July 1, A category 2 hurricane makes landfall near Apalachicola, Florida, then weakens to a tropical storm over southeast Georgia, before moving into the South Carolina midlands.

July 1, The lowest temperature for the day is a sultry 86 degrees in downtown Charleston, which ties it for the highest minimum temperature in recorded history at this location.

July 1, Much of the Charleston forecast area was impacted by the remnants of Tropical Storm Bill as it tracked across northern GA. Fortunately no one was hurt. Meanwhile, an F-1 tornado touched down just southwest of the city of Hampton, SC, damaging a retail store when three of the walls collapsed almost completely.

Several homes were also damaged when trees fell on top of them. The tornado length was 10 miles and the average width was yards. A mobile home suffered roof damage and one car was crushed by a fallen tree. The tornado length was 1 mile and the average width was yards. July 1, For the third day in a row excessive heat occurred across southern South Carolina and southeast Georgia, with maximum heat indices of degrees.

The pattern then changed dramatically as a wide ranging severe thunderstorm event unfolded later that evening, with dozens of reports of wind damage across several counties. July 1, Smoke from huge wildfires in western Canada traveled more than miles and blanketed the area with a dirty looking sky. July 2, Weather historian, David Ludlum reports that an alligator supposedly fell from the sky in a thunderstorm on Anson Street in downtown Charleston.

July 2, A squall line raced through southern SC and southeast GA producing more than 3 dozen reports of wind damage. Riceboro in Liberty County and Beaufort were the hardest hit with numerous trees down in both areas, causing widespread power outages. July 3, A tropical depression moves east northeast through Georgia to off the coast of southeast South Carolina.

July 3, The Charleston airport records 5. July 3, Three people are struck by lightning on Tybee Island and transported to the hospital. Meanwhile, Hurricane Arthur passes by to the east over the Atlantic and produced wind gusts as high as 67 mph at Buoy July 3, For the second day in a row a squall line moves through the area; this time confined to the SC counties and Screven and Jenkins County in GA. Again there are more than 3 dozen reports of wind damage, which included a wind gust to 62 mph at the Charleston Airport.

Widespread power outages were reported in the Charleston metro-area, and there was a waterspout off the south end of Folly Beach. She was believed to be the first African-American woman to gain a degree in meteorology and was the first African-American woman to be a televised meteorologist. July 4 Early Weather Pioneers in the United States: George Washington; a serious weather observer, who took his last weather observation just a few days before he passed away.

He commemorated the end of the Revolutionary War by commissioning a Dove of Peace weather vane for his estate in Mount Vernon, which still stands there today. Thomas Jefferson; an avid weather observer that took weather observations for over 50 years. He worked extensively on the collection of climate data, and compiled a five year study on the comparison of weather in Paris with those in Virginia.

Jefferson envisioned a nationwide network of weather observers as early as , that began when he outlined a plan providing weather instruments to at least one person in every county in Virginia. His plan finally became realized in , when the Department of Agriculture's New Civilian Weather Bureau was established.

Benjamin Franklin; he was the first to observe that storms move in an opposite direction than of the direction of the wind. He accurately theorized about the existence of high and low pressure, and he proposed one of the first correct explanations for the movement of storms in the Northern Hemisphere. He is the first scientist to study and map the Gulf Stream, and he is the inventor of the lightning rod.

Finally, his publication "Poor Richards Almanack" contained weather forecasts for the original colonies. James Madison; considered to be Virginia's earliest Weatherman. From to he compiled over 16, weather observations at Montpelier, and in researchers used that information to determine that the spring rains had come about a month earlier during that period in Colonial Virginia than had previously been known.

One of those researchers indicated that the weather records of Madison and Jefferson met the highest scientific standards of the time. John Lining; an early weather pioneer whose home is still in downtown Charleston on the corner of King and Broad Streets. He began recording temperature observations as early as , and he researched the possible connection between disease and the weather.

He along with Benjamin Franklin promoted the use of lightning rods for protection of buildings during thunderstorms. July 4, Thomas Jefferson paid for his first thermometer. According to his weather log, the first Independence Day in Philadelphia was clear and 68 degrees at 6 am, then cloudy with a temperature of 76 degrees at 1 pm.

July 4, The greatest 1 minute rainfall in recorded world history occurs at Unionville, Maryland, when an incredible 1. A total of 2. Compare that to the highest 1 day totals locally for July 4th of 3. July 4, The lifeguards at Tybee Island reported several rip currents, with 2 rescues and 16 assists needed.

July 4, Numerous reports and pictures indicated that a brief waterspout occurred along the Little Ogeechee River just south of Coffee Bluff Marina in Chatham County. There is also another waterspout sighted off the coast of Wassaw Island. July 4, A severe thunderstorm produced structural damage to a strip mall on Highway 52 in the Moncks Corner area. There was roof damage to the DMV building, a church steeple was blown off nearby, with dmagae to area billboards. July 5, The coolest July temperature ever recorded occurs at the Charleston airport, when the temperature falls to 58 degrees.

July 5, A severe thunderstorm destroys or heavily damages 20 boats on Hilton Head Island. July 5, One person drowned due to a rip current at Hilton Head Island, while a second person was hospitalized due to swallowing ocean water after being caught in a rip current at Tybee Island. July 6, The temperature reaches degrees at Beaufort and degrees in downtown Charleston.

Both of these temperatures are tied for the hottest in July at their respective location. July 6, A waterspout was sighted about 3 miles southeast and just offshore of the Hilton Head airport. A second waterspout was also spotted just off the coast of James Island. July 7, Several National Guardsmen were stunned and one suffered serious injury when lightning hit nearby. July 7, An onshore flow and elevated swell resulted in numerous rip currents and 16 rip current related rescues on Tybee island.

July 8, Downtown Charleston receives 5. The tropical cyclone produced heavy rainfall which led to considerable flooding and at least 1 death. More Details July 8, Today marks the latest occurrence of the first 90 degree day in downtown Charleston. July 9, Savannah receives 4.

July 9, An onshore flow and elevated swell resulted in numerous rip currents and 5 rip current related rescues on Tybee island. July 10, At precisely midnight the scientific genius and visionary inventor Nikola Tesla was born in Croatia. Some of his notable accomplishments included his discovery of ball lightning and his production of artificial lightning.

He is also the first scientist in the world who wanted to utilize the ionosphere for the benefit of humanity, by transmitting electrical energy without wires over long distances. July 10, The greatest 1 day amount of rainfall in July occurs at the Savannah airport, when 5. July 10, The Savannah pilot boat reports a thunderstorm wind gust to near hurricane force in the Atlantic near Buoy Tango. July 10, The lifeguards reported multiple rip currents throughout the day, and mostly on the southern portion of Tybee Island.

The rip currents were mainly 50 to 75 feet wide, with the largest up to feet wide. Multiple rescues were necessary throughout the day. July 11, An outbreak of severe weather occurs across parts of the area, with 48 reports of wind damage. This includes roof damage and several windows broken at a home in Pinopolis, SC.

There is also a tornadic waterspout that is sighted over the southeast part of Lake Moultrie. July 11, Severe thunderstorms produced wind damage and hail as large as 1. Over the nearby Atlantic waters there was a wind gust to almost 70 mph at Grays Reef. Later that night and in Allendale County, SC torrential rains washed a few vehicles off the road and flooded a home near Seigling. July 11, A waterspout is sighted by lifeguards just offshore and to the northeast of the county park on the Isle of Palms.

July 12, The temperature for the day at Savannah ranged from a minimum of 86 degrees to a maximum of degrees. The minimum temperature was the highest in recorded history, the maximum tied for the highest ever, while the average temperature of July 12, A boy swimming with others in the Wilmington River near Thunderbolt, GA gets caught in strong currents before getting rescued by a man in a boat.

July 12, An F1 tornado caused heavy damage just outside the southwest part of Savannah. July 12, Today is the last day of a stretch of 5 straight days where the temperature hit degrees or greater in the Savannah area; it's longest streak on record. July 12, Although Hurricane Bertha remained offshore, it still produced winds as high as 60 mph at Folly Beach, 59 mph at Buoy , 58 mph in downtown Charleston and 45 mph at the Charleston airport. More Details July 12, There were reports of 2 waterspouts just off the coast of Tybee Island in the late afternoon.

Also, torrential rains occur in Allendale County, SC with a report of 6. July 12, Multiple short-lived waterspouts were seen in St.

Helena Sound. Four rescues occurred due to the rip currents. July 13, Extremely hot weather across the area, with a temperature at Newington, Georgia of degrees, degrees in Savannah and at Walterboro. July 13, A waterspout was observed in the Broad River near Beaufort. There were also 2 brief F0 tornadoes that touched down near Pritchardsville and near Beaufort.

July 13, Long period swell reaching the beaches along with a persistent onshore flow, resulted in numerous rip currents at Tybee Island, resulting in at least 20 rescues. July 13, Flash flooding occurs in parts of Dorchester County, with water up to 2 or 3 feet deep in several locations.

Meanwhile, intense rains near Midway in Liberty County, Georgia produced over 3 inches of rain in an hour. July 13, A variety of weather on this date. First a waterspout briefly moved onshore of Hunting Island as a tornado, before moving back over the water and dissipating in the mid morning.

Later that day another waterspout was observed for about 5 minutes just off the Forest Beach area of Hilton Head Island. Also on that day and in the afternoon, the lifeguards on Isle of Palms reported a very strong rip current north of the pier at the county park.

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