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Today in weather history

In 2004...

A horrific outbreak of 93 tornadoes invaded the Deep South from Texas to Alabama, of which 48 occurred on the 23rd. The worst tornado of the outbreak was an F4 that roared through La Salle Parish in Central Louisiana, where one was killed, 20 injured, 90 dwellings were heavily damaged or destroyed, and a high school sustained considerable roof damage. One third of the small town of Olla, Louisiana was destroyed, and one woman was killed when her home was leveled.

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