In 1957, strong Santa Ana winds kicked up a 28,000-acre brush fire near Crystal Lake, California.
In 1992, 42 tornadoes moved through the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys. One tornado, rated an F4, crossed the Ohio River twice on its 22-mile-long path over Kentucky and Indiana.
In 1999, 20 inches of snow fell in Fairplay, Colorado and 9 inches fell in Denver. Reduced visibilities caused an 83-car pileup on Interstate 70 west of Denver.