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The Great Mississippi River Flood of 1927. The river front at Cape Girardeau, MO, on April 20, 1927. The river stage was at 40 feet. From "The Floods of 1927 in the Mississippi Basin," Frankenfeld, H.C., 1927 Monthly Weather Review Supplement No. 29.
2000: Winds of up to 69 mph were experienced in Pike, Calhoun, Jersey, and Greene Counties in Illinois. more on twitter
2000: Winds of up to 69 mph were experienced in Pike, Calhoun, Jersey, and Greene Counties in Illinois.
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