In 1973 – Glenrock, Wyoming, received 41 inches of snow in just 24 hours, and a storm total of 58 inches to establish two state records.
In 1988 – Severe thunderstorms over the southeastern U.S. early in the day spawned a strong (F-3) tornado which destroyed seventeen homes and severely damaged thirty houses near Madison, Florida. Four people were killed; 18 others injured.
In 1996 – One of the most memorable tornado outbreaks in Illinois history occurred on April 19, 1996. 33 tornadoes were reported as supercells moved across the state during the afternoon and evening hours. Winds in excess of 170 mph were associated with some of the stronger tornadoes, one of which ripped through nearby Ogden, Illinois. Video from YouTube – Legend813a