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April 1, 1912 - Weather reports from ships at sea began to be received by the Weather Bureau (today, the National Weather Service) on a regular
March 17, 1952 - The ban on using the word "tornado" was ended. The ban had been in place since 1886. In the 1880s John P. Finley of the U.S. Army
February 10, 1871 - Most of the weather records I reference these days start here. It's the first day of official Weather Bureau records for Indy.