By Robert M. MironThe Madison Torre meteorological phenomenon is a series of events that occurred on the night of December 1, 1892.
In the months prior to this event, there had been a series with a series-like pattern of intense, severe thunderstorms.
The most prominent of these storms was the Madison-Smyrna Thunderstorm, which occurred at around 5:00 p.m.
The Madison-Shyria Thunderstorm lasted for a full hour and a half.
The Thunderstorm also caused a tornado to form, which was not uncommon at the time.
A series of tornadoes occurred around the area of Madison-Troy in the following days, with some of the tornadoes reaching as high as 25 mph.
The tornado that hit the Torres area caused extensive damage and killed more than 50 people, as well as a few thousand trees.
The storm’s intensity was at its highest in the afternoon, at 4:20 p.