This Week In 1925

This Week In 1925

This week in 1925 was very warm in the Midwestern US. Princeton, Indiana averaged 72F from March 6-14 and peaked at 83 degrees on March 9.

A few days later, the area was hit with the deadliest tornados in US history, which flattened dozens of towns in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee.

19 Mar 1925, Page 1 – Palladium-Item at

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