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Weather History

Over the course of 24 hours on April 3-4, 1974, 148 tornadoes touched down in 13 states. The Super Outbreak included 30 tornadoes classified as F4 or F5, the most intense and rare categories on the Fujita Scale. The damage spanned 900 square miles, left 315 people dead and more than 6,000 injured. The Super Outbreak was the most violent and second-most fatal tornado outbreak ever recorded. Click through for images. Above, a tornado blows through Bridgetown, just west of Cincinnati, Ohio. This tornado caused 3 deaths and 210 injuries. ...

Twenty years ago this week, on Nov. 21, 1992, six tornadoes touched down near Houston, Texas, beginning one of the worst tornado outbreaks in American history. Over the course of three days, 95 confirmed tornadoes struck 13 states, causing over $300 million in damage and leaving 641 people injured and 26 people dead.  In contrast, meteorologists believe that 2012 could break the record for fewest tornadoes, thanks to the drought that has plagued much of the country, according to Mother Nature Network. Click through for photos of the aftermath. At left, Dan Dudley helps relatives salvage possessions...

It's a two-part, four-hour look at the devastating drought of the 1930s