1989: A large area of thunderstorms produced heavy rain across about the western third of Iowa as well as severe weather in the far southwest, where widespread wind damage and one or two brief tornadoes in and around Mineola resulted in reports of windows blown out, roofs damaged, and trees falling on cars. Some of the higher rainfall amounts included 2.81 inches at Carroll, 2.87 inches at Cherokee, 2.95 inches at Audubon, and 3.16 inches at Logan.
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This post was written by Schnack on September 4, 2012