The most active day in 2019 for tornadoes was May 27 with over 77 confirmed tornadoes from Colorado to Ohio., Restrictions: Must be 38″ tall and accompanied by a responsible party or 48″ tall to ride alone# of Tickets: 5Level: Family. Thunderstorms, dangerous surf coming to Bay Area, 3 dead as Zeta bringing gusty winds, heavy rain to southeast, Hurricane Zeta hits Louisiana with flooding, power outages, Hurricane Warning in effect for Gulf Coast as Zeta closes in, CA sees stunning rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations, health sec says, CA EDD claim made in Scott Peterson's name, DA says, COVID-19 live updates: SF expected to move to purple tier "soon", Jet and Ali Tila on preparing a Thanksgiving meal, COVID-19 vaccine no 'walk in the park,' CDC committee says, Here's how COVID-19 cases are trending in every CA county, Nevada Supreme Court makes Joe Biden's win official, Turkey pardons on the menu at White House ceremony, Brentwood man who hung Biden dummy says he's not racist, Biden signals stark shift with new national security team, World's top rubber glove maker closes factories, COVID-19 holiday risk: The safest and most dangerous activities, WATCH: From Berkeley to Washington, Kamala Harris' journey to the White House, Interactive map: Here's every single movie shot in SF, Bay Area Life; Sundays at 6:30 p.m. on ABC7, Stunning Photos: Pictures show tornado cell amid warning in Shasta County. Then it snowed again on the desert floor in late February. -Andrea's remnant was more fascinating in satellite imagery than it was as a subtropical storm. Kelly R. Larson While monitoring the nation's weather, we often see National Weather Service reports of wind damage to trees, homes and power lines. We don't believe it was either a funnel cloud or tornado, and here's the science. The other area of extreme drought? There were 70 confirmed tornadoes during a March 3 outbreak across Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. On May 22, Jefferson City, Missouri, Mayor Carrie Tergin issued a mandatory evacuation of all parts of the city north of the Missouri River. In Kingfisher, May 2019 was the wettest month (17.14 inches) in 122 years of records. -A frozen river was blown up to prevent flooding. -A South Texas heat index broke a National Weather Service map. 39/46 Dallas firefighters Chaz Ponder (right) and Josh Hamm wait out a second storm in Engine 43 a few hours after a tornado hit parts of northern Dallas on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019. Paths generated from the NCDC data are typically more detailed, but neither archive gives exact path information. Alaska saw its hottest year on record in 2019, climate scientists said. While scary, they pose no threat to anyone on the ground. Aerial video showed one segment of the EF2 damage with at least 100 downed trees surrounding a home. Robert Scott looks through a family bible that he just pulled out of the rubble Sunday, April 14, 2019, from his Seely Drive home outside of Hamilton, Miss. Facebook Twitter Then, the ride tilts at a 20 degree angle, moving the cars up and down. On May 21, Photographer OKWeatherWatch captured images of Kingfisher, Oklahoma, flooded by two creeks. -It was almost 80 degrees on Alaska's arctic coast. All rights reserved. December 17, 2019 1/19 A driver moves around a utility pole knocked down in Alexandria, La., Monday, Dec. 16, 2019, following a severe weather system went through the area. © 2020 Alaska State Fair. The Missouri River remained high and crested two weeks later at the highest level since the record Great Midwest Flood of 1993. The Tornado Outbreak of June 24-27, 2019 was a deadly and catastrophic outbreak that occurred over a span of over 99 and a half hours. In all, 103 tornadoes touched down. On the last day of April, we saw a report of strong winds unlike anything we had seen before. The first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine could be distributed nationwide in just a few weeks. The other violent tornado struck Rochelle, Illinois, also on June 25.