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Damage & Aftermath, Winds & Rain, Rain Falling, Flowers, Vegetation, Hurricanes, Tropical Storms, Daily weather diary, June Weather Events, Rain
Asset ID: 5462
|Title: Weather Diary 14 June 1956|
Concept: Crop-saving rain.
Detail: Hurricanes are ill winds that sometimes do, in fact, blow
some good. A weak tropical storm moved onshore along the Louisiana,
Alabama, and Mississippi coastline causing only minor property damage.
However, significant rains saved the wilting cotton crop which had
been seriously threatened by a major drought. Rains from tropical
storms and hurricanes often do in fact have significant agricultural
benefits in many parts of the world.