Global Hazards - April 2007


Please note: Material provided in this report is chosen subjectively and included at the discretion of the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). The ability to report on a given event is limited by the amount of information available to NCDC at the time of publication. Inclusion of a particular event does not constitute a greater importance in comparison with an event that has not been incorporated into the discussion. Data included in this report are preliminary unless otherwise stated. Links to supporting information are valid at the time of publication, but they are not maintained or changed after publication.


Global Focus

Radar animation of Eagle Pass Tornado on April 24, 2007
Texas-Mexico Tornado
Global Hazards And Significant Events
April 2007

A severe thunderstorm produced a devastating tornado that affected the Texas-Mexico border on the night of April 24. Additional information can be found below.
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Drought & Heat | Flooding | Storms | Tropical Cyclones | Extratropical Cyclones | Severe Winter Weather
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Drought conditions
Across the United States, extreme drought conditions were observed in areas of Wyoming and Nebraska, as well as northern Minnesota and throughout much of the Desert Southwest and the Southeast region.
Most current Drought Monitor map
U.S. Drought Monitor

Citing This Report

NOAA National Climatic Data Center, State of the Climate: Global Hazards for April 2007, published online May 2007, retrieved on October 23, 2014 from http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/hazards/2007/apr.