Didn't want to miss Veterans Day, yesterday so we combined 2 days.
Now you have twice the choices!
The Great Blue Norther of November 11, 1911
"Many cities broke record highs, going into the 70s and 80s early that afternoon. By nightfall, cities were dealing with temperatures in the teens and single-digits on the Fahrenheit scale. This is the only day in many midwest cities' weather bureau jurisdictions where the record highs and lows were broken for the same day. Some cities experienced tornadoes on Saturday and a blizzard on Sunday. A blizzard even occurred within one hour after an F4 tornado hit Rock County, Wisconsin."
Just another of hundreds of examples of how past weather was even more extreme than some of the extreme weather that we've had recently.